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Pakistani harmoniums addicted to 100-year-old German reeds

100-year-old reeds a hot favourite on the desi music scene

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December 6, 2018


Happy Birthday Alamgir

By: Omair Alavi The King of Pop in Pakistan – Alamgir – celebrates his 62nd Birthday and no one can be happier than his fans. For those who don’t know, Alamgir sang a few film songs earlier in his career before turning full throttle to pop singing and inspiring generations of musicians and singers. Let’s take…

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August 11, 2017


Syrian musicians on unexpected ‘exile tour’ through Europe

ZAGREB: Like tens of thousands of their fellow countrymen fleeing war, members of a Syrian rock group exiled in Lebanon undertook a perilous journey to reach Europe. But their trek, which has already taken them through five countries, has led to an unexpected “exile concert tour”, on the way to their hoped-for final destination of…

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September 24, 2015


Atif Aslam and Sonu Nigam join hands

Pakistani vocalist Atif Aslam and Bollywood playback singer Sonu Nigam have joined hands for an epic music concert in Dubai. Talking to SAMAA, Indian singer lauded Pakistani musicians for their good work.

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September 10, 2015


Rock musicians in high spirit in Karachi show

A musical evening was organized at a private hotel in Karachi where rock musicians set the scene on fire. Khurram Fahad reports.

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January 7, 2015


Pakistan’s cinema musicians in tatters

People pertaining to Pakistan’s cinema industry are now forced to live from hand to mouth following the collapose of cinema in Pakistan. Ejaz Mirza reports from Lahore.

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November 27, 2012


Experimental musicians use body as instrument

BERLIN: Peter Kirn makes music with an unusual instrument – his own body.The Kentucky native pinches two electrically charged pennies connected to a laptop via two short green wires.The rudimentary contraption is held together by bits of solder and hot glue which allow him to measure the electrical currents of his body and synthesize them…

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July 20, 2012


Musicians attacked at wedding

JALALABAD: Taliban fighters beat musicians, shaved their heads and left them tied to trees overnight because they performed at an Afghan wedding, a village tribal chief said on Monday, a sign of the fighters’ growing influence. While in power from 1996-2001, the Taliban banned music as un-Islamic. The militants have returned to areas in the…

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June 16, 2009

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