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Iranian / Persian Pop music

Main article: Iranian pop music or Persian pop music Iranian / Persian Pop music Main article: Iranian pop music or Persian pop music Iran developed its own pop music by the 1970s, using indigenous instruments and forms and adding electric guitar and other imported characteristics; the most popular musician of this period was Googoosh. ...


Iran developed its own pop music by the 1970s, using indigenous instruments and forms and adding electric guitar and other imported characteristics; the most popular musician of this period was Googoosh. Pop music didn't last long, though, and was banned after the 1979 revolution. Many Iranians took to foreign countries, especially Los Angeles in the United States, and Iranian-in-exile pop stars include Sattar, Morteza, Hodi, Hayadeh, Homeirah, Mahasti and Dariush. This article provides extensive lists of events and significant personalities of the 1970s. ... An electric guitar is a type of guitar with a solid or semi-solid body that utilizes electromagnetic pickups to convert the vibration of the steel-cored strings into electrical current. ... Legendary Persian Diva Googoosh Googoosh (گوگوش in Persian), born Faeghe Atashin (فائقه آتشین in Farsi) on February 7, 1951 in Tehran, is an Iranian (Persian) pop singer and actress. ... The City of Los Angeles (from Spanish Los Ángeles , meaning the angels), also known as L.A., is the second-largest city in the United States in terms of population, as well as one of the worlds most important economic, cultural, and entertainment centers. ... Sattar is an Persian singer living in exile since 1978 in Los Angeles. ... Morteza (مرتضی in Persian) is an Iranian pop singer currently based in California. ... Hayedeh was one of the most famous and loved contemporary Iranian singers. ... This article is in need of attention. ...


There are also many newcommers in Persian/Iranian Music who have made huge impression. Below are a list:


Andy, Moein, Mansour, Sandy, Leyla Foroohar, Farshid Amin, Shahrzad Sepanlou, Kamran Delan, Arash, Shadmehr Aghili, Jamshid, Cameron Cartio, Mohammad, Kamran & Hooman, Fereydoun, Hi-5, Shaghayegh, Shahriar and much more.. Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Mansour is a district in Iraq. ... Sandy is the name of several places: Sandy, Bedfordshire, England Sandy, Carmarthenshire, Wales Sandy, Oregon, United States of America Sandy, Pennsylvania, United States of America Sandy, Utah, United States of America (There are also Big Sandy, Tennessee, Sandy Spring, Maryland and places named Sandy Hook. ... When Shahrzad Sepanlou ShahrzadMusic. ... Kamran Delan (KÁMRÁN DELÁN) - www. ... At the end of war between Iran and Turan, Turan has advanced to near Damâvand (Damavand) mountain area. ... Shadmehr Aghili Shadmehr Aghili (in Persian: شادمهر عقیلی) is an Iranian pop singer and musician who left Iran in 2002 and continue his career in Canada. ... The Persian name Jamshid has been carried by several rulers, semi-legendary and fully historical, some more famous than others. ... Cameron Cartio was born April 9th 1978 in Tehran, Iran. ... Muhammad (Arabic محمد, also transliterated Mohammad, Mohammed, and formerly Mahomet, following the Latin) is revered by Muslims as the final prophet of God. ... Hi-5 is an Australian childrens television program first shown on the Nine Network in 1999 and now shown in 59 countries. ... Shahriar may refer to: Shahriar, an Iranian city to the southwest of Tehran Mohammad Hossein Shahriar, an Iranian poet This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...


 
 

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