Thursday, 09 April, 2020

For the first time; Underground Iranian Singer to Perform in Public

For the first time, an underground ‪Iranian‬ ‪pop‬ singer to perform in public, Yahoo News Reported.
‪‎Xaniar‬ Khosravi, whose work has until now been confined to the Internet and illicit venues, announced on Facebook that he would perform a concert in Tehran on April 24
“Khosravi has previously released his work online, unofficially, or in other words, underground,” the report said, referring to his first album, titled “28” noting that he was now “officially allowed to perform for his audience”.
“I am happy to see you all,” the singer said on Facebook, referring to those who managed to snap up tickets for his unexpected and oversubscribed gig, which left many admirers disappointed.
“I am so sad I couldn’t get a ticket. I wanna die,” one unlucky fan wrote on the singer’s Facebook page.
Under Iran’s law, musicians must be approved by the culture ministry, which checks whether a song’s lyrics and music can be deemed in line with the country’s moral values.
But many bands release albums without seeking permission.

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