Fady Harb, was born and bred in Beirut, Lebanon with roots in Gharifa, Chouf. As a child, Fady had a remarkable passion for music and those around him noticed his various artistic interests. However, Fady became aware of his talent and decided to take performing more seriously in his teen years.
Fady joined the Faculty of Law in the Lebanese University, and graduated in 2001 with a degree of Bachelor in Law. Later he enrolled in the National Conservatory of Music, where he took concentrated courses in playing the Oud instrument  under the supervision of the renowned musical instructor “Aida Shalhoub”, who helped him shape his path in the musical arts field. This helped to further promote his talent and his performance .
The year 2002 was decisive in his artistic career as he joined the popular music completion TV show “Studio El Fann” for the well-known director “Mr. Simon Asmar”. It was broadcasted by the Lebanese Broadcasting Channel (LBC) and Fady won the Silver Medal for the category of the Arab Folklore Song .
In 2005 he launched his first Single “Homma Youmein” in the Egyptian dialect written by the Egyptian poet “Ameer Taeema” and with tunes inspired from the Greek culture. The song was shot in a video clip and was directed by “Tony Kahwaji”. This song’s catchy tune with the blend of Egyptian and Greek styles gained a huge popularity and was a big hit for a long period of time.
After the great unwavering success of “Homma Youmein”, Fady released a re-mix of the popular folklore song “Maryam Mariamty” and was orchestrated and arranged by “Jean Mary Riyashy”.
In 2010, Fady released his first album; a collection of 11 songs with a variety of music, rhythms and a mix of Egyptian and Lebanese lyrics; working with top poets and composers in the Arab world. The album was titled: “Mish Bass Bhibbik” – a song directed by “Elie el Semaan” in an astonishing video clip; written by “Nizzar Francis”, composed by “Samir Sfeir” and mixed by “Kareem Abd el Wahhab”.
The album also included other beautiful songs such as “Homma Yomen”, “Khayef Aleyki”, “Ana Eshet Leek”, “Yom Wala Yomen”, “Men Haki Ehlam”, “Sodfa Holwa”, “Leila Men El Gharam”, “Sa2alooh” and “Sa2alooh Mix”, “Mariam Mariamty”.
In 2013, Fady released his song “3a2el Baytouti” which quickly rose to the top of the charts. With this melody, Fady had made a smooth transformation to a classic dance style which had gained an excellent momentum in the region. The video clip was shot and directed by “Elie el Semaan”, written by the poet “Fares Eskandar”, composed by “Salim Salameh”, and arranged by “Fadi Gigi”.
Post his success with "3ael Baytouti";  in 2015 Fady made a bigger hit with “Shu Baki” song which has achieved a wide spread and assured Fady’s triumph within his fans and the region. The video clip was shot and directed by “Elie el Semaan”; in collaboration with the poet and music composer “Fares Eskandar” and arranged by “Omar Sabbagh”.
 Before the end of 2016, Fady flew to Italy to shoot his  song “Wala Mabsoot”  with director “Elie el Semaan”, in collaboration with the poet and music composer “Salim Assaf” and arranged by “Dany Saad and Charbel Romanos” .
Shortly after that at the beginning of 2017, on the occasion of Valentine’s day, Fady surprised his fans and released a new song “Bit2amni Belhobb” in collaboration with the poet and music composer “Faris Eskander” and arranged by “Omar Sabbagh”,The song was a great success and unanimously considered as one of the top songs for the new year. This song had a very positive impact and was a good omen for Fady, who started his year with many concerts and parties in Beirut, Dubai and many other Arab and European cities. He started also booking concerts, parties, and weddings for the Summer season. In addition to that, he signed a contract of agreement with his new Business Manager Mr. Karim Abi Yaghi.
Throughout his career, Fady was able to develop a special mark and a unique identity that reached the hearts of the public. Today and more than ever, he had become the focus of various Lebanese, Egyptian and Arabic media, who had begun to care and follow his talent and news, and supporting him on all levels.
Fady’s songs of love and life are set to resonate with everyone listening. With his special stage presence, unique appearance and incredible charisma, Fady leaves a very positive impression wherever he goes. Once in the spotlight, he captures his audience and fully engages with everyone around him, and this is the main drive for his success. Currently, he is in high demand for concerts, parties and festivals all over the Arab World.
 Fady Harb without variation is a true star.