List Of Iranian Male Singers

Music in Iran has a long history. Almost all ethnic groups have their own folk music.This is a list of Iranian singers and musical groups.

Mohammad-Reza Shajarian

Mohammad-Reza Shajarian

Mohammad Reza Shajarian (Mashhad, Oct. 1, 1319) is a musician, composer, singer from Iran.
The site of the Asian Association has named him the most prominent Iranian noble musician, Vancouver newspaper, one of the world’s leading music artists and National Public Radio (NPR) in 2010, as one of the world’s top 50 high-quality audio. Shajarian in Iran, nicknamed Khosrow, is singing in Iran.

Homayoun Shajarian

Homayoun Shajarian

Homayoun Shajarian (May 3, 1354 Tehran) is a singer of Iranian folk music and musician Tonbak and Kamancheh. He is the son of Mohammad Reza Shajarian and brother of Mojgan Shajarian and brother of Parviz Meshkatyan.

Hossein Khajeh Amiri

Hossein Khajeh Amiri

Hossein Khajehamiri, renowned for Iraj (born 11th of January in 1313) in Khalidabad, Natanz, Isfahan Province, is an Iranian singer.He is the father of Ehsan Khajehamiri (singer and composer) and Elika Khwaja Amiri (musician).
He is the singer of Iran and his voice is one of the few sounds of Shizhang, a voice that is capable of executing anything from the voice of a human being.

Shahram Nazeri

Shahram Nazeri

Shahram Nazeri Kermanshahi (born January 29, 1328 in Kermanshah) is an Iranian singer, musician and composer. Shahram Nazeri has used Mowlana’s poetry in most of his works, and in the course of 30 years of artistic activity he has been able to create a new style of music that blends into the epic and mystical literature of Iran.

Iraj Bastami

Iraj Bastami

Iraj Bastami (December 1, 1966 Bam – January 5, 2003 Bam) was a singer of traditional Iranian music.

He was a student of Mohammad Reza Shajarian, and after seeing his song, he met Parviz Meshkatian and presented his first works by composing Parviz Meshkatian.

Original Iranian music experts bring him along with Mohammad Reza Shajarian, Shahram Nazeri and Alireza Eftekhari, four distinguished figures of music after the Islamic Revolution of Iran.

Gholam-Hossein Banan

Gholam-Hossein Banan

Gholam Hossein Banan (born April 15, 1290 in Tehran – died in Tehran on March 13, 1984) is an Iranian singer who has been involved in Iranian national music since 1306 to 1347.

He is a member of the Music Council of Radio, a music professor at Tehran Music Conservatory and founder of the Music Society of Iran.

Faramarz Aslani

Faramarz Aslani

Faramarz Aslani (born 1331) is a composer, guitar player and three-member, songwriter and singer of Iranian pop music.

He is a graduate of the journalism department at the University of London. He writes his songs and music more and plays it with his own special style of guitar and vocal.

Ebrahim Hamedi(Ebi)

Ebrahim Hamedi(ebi)

Ebrahim Hamedi (born June 29, 1328 in Tehran), nicknamed Abby, is an Iranian pop singer. He is a member of Iran’s tanners. He has works in various musical styles: rock, bass, folk music, pop, dance, house and trance.

Dariush Eghbali

Dariush Eghbali

Dariush Eghbali (born January 15, 1329 in Tehran) is a singer, actor and activist of Iran’s Dariush, who works in the field of Iranian rock and pop music. His voice is bass. Darius is a member of Amnesty International.

Mohammad Esfahani

Mohammad Esfahani

Mohammad Mehdi Vaezi, known as Mohammad Esfahani (born July 14, 1945 in Tehran), is a doctor, singer and composer of Iranian pop and traditional music.

He was born in Tehran, originally from Esfahani family.He taught Iranian music with the help of Mohammad Reza Shajarian and Ali Jahandar.

Salar Aghili

Salar Aghili

Salar Aghili (born 2 December 1977), known by his full-name Mir Salar Moslemi Aghili is a classical and Persian traditional singer.His spouse, Harir Shariat–Zadeh is a Persian musician as well who plays Piano and Daf.

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