Shahram Shabpareh

Shahram Shabpareh (Persian: شهرام شب‌پره) is an Iranian Pop singer and songwriter.[1][2]

Shahram Shabpareh
شهرام شب‌پره
Shahram Shabpareh in March 2018
Shahram Shabpareh in March 2018
Background information
Birth nameShahram Shabpareh
Also known asThe King of Persian Pop Music
Born (1948-02-06) 6 February 1948 (age 74)
Tehran, Iran
GenresPop
Dance
Rock
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, composer , actor
InstrumentsGuitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, piano, drums
Years active1964–present
LabelsTaraneh Records
Caltex Records
Avang Records
Pars Video
MZM Records
Tapesh Records
Websiteinstagram.com/shahrame_shabpareh/

CareerEdit

He started his career as a drum player in the early 1960s when he was 13. In the mid 1960s at the age of 17, he formed a band of his own named "Rebels".[3][4]

After the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Shahram, who had migrated to California a few years earlier, did not have the opportunity to return to his homeland. Since then, he has been living in the United States.[4]

With a career spanning 50 years, he is a popular artist in Iranian society[5] and his concerts are well-received by Iranians all over the world.[6][7][8][9] He is a judge on Persian Talent Show.

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

 
Shahram Shabpareh in a Persian New Year Concert, Arena Oberhausen, March 2014
  • Taar Taa Geetaar (2012) Avang Music[10]
  • Tapesh (2008)
  • Fire (2005)
  • Donya (2001)
  • Didar (1999)
  • Rhythm of the Night (1998)
  • Do Rahi (1995)
  • Story (1995)
  • Summer of 94 (1994)
  • Summer of 92 (1992)
  • Shagerde Aval ℗ 1992 Taraneh Enterprises Inc
  • Khejalati (1988)
  • Bagheh Alephba ℗ 1987 Pars Video
  • Shaparak (1986)
  • Madreseh (Pariyah) ℗ 1985 Pars Video
  • Telesm (1984)
  • Khodaya Che Konam? (1983)
  • Iran Iran (1982)
  • Mosafer (1981)
  • Hich Koja Iran Nemisheh (1980)
  • Deyar (1980)
  • Gorg Va Bareh ℗ 1999 Taraneh Enterprises Inc
  • Rock & Roll (1977)

FilmographyEdit

  • Booye Gandom (1977)
  • Mahiha Dar Khak Mimirand (1977)
  • Alafhaye Harz (1976)
  • Shabe Ghariban (1975)
  • Aroose Dejleh (1974)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh on Bolour Banafsh". bbcpersian.com. 11 April 2012. Retrieved 11 April 2012.
  2. ^ "Famed Persian musicians to perform in AlUla event". Saudigazette. 26 February 2020. Retrieved 17 December 2020.
  3. ^ Shahram Shabpareh biography
  4. ^ a b "È l'8 di gennaio: riusciremo anche quest'anno a fare entrare Ascanio?". Wired (in Italian). 8 January 2020. Retrieved 17 December 2020.
  5. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh music, videos, stats, and photos".
  6. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh in Las Vegas". bbcpersian.com. Retrieved 6 January 2007.
  7. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh live in Concert". bbcpersian.com. Retrieved 3 January 2006.
  8. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh on his album tour". bbcpersian.com. Retrieved 29 July 2005.
  9. ^ "Shahram Shabpareh on his album tour (2)". bbcpersian.com. Retrieved 29 July 2005.
  10. ^ "Coming Soon New Video 'Nazi Jan, Chador Zari' By Shahram Shabpareh". Radio Javan. Retrieved 17 December 2020.

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