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Abid Parveen

Abida Parveen (Urdu: عابدہ پروین; born 20 February 1954),[2] is a Pakistani Sufi Muslim singer, composer and musician. Her singing and music has earned her many accolades, and she has been dubbed as the ‘Queen of Sufi music’. She is also a painter and entrepreneur.
Parveen is also interested in the arts. She owns the Abida Parveen Gallery which features jewellery, paintings, her music CDs, awards section and garments and accessories and is run by her daughters.[26] She also has her own music recording studio in it.
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Ali Pervez Mehdi

This soulful singer is son of renowned Pakistani artist, the late Ustaad Pervez Mehdi. Trained by his father and grandfather Bashir Hussain Rahi in classical music, Ali started performing at the age of 16, and since then has toured the world as a singer, composer and lyricist with a deep understanding of arrangement.

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Arif Lohar

JArif Lohar is a Punjabi folk singer from Pakistan. He usually sings accompanied by a native musical instrument resembling tongs. His folk music is representative of the traditional folk heritage of the Punjab. He is the son of the renowned folk singer Alam Lohar.

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Ataullah Esakhilvi

Ataullah Esakhilvi

Ataullah Khan Esakhelvi, popularly known as the “Ambassador of Pain”, is a light-hearted, soft-spoken, modest Pakistani Singer from the tribal area of Esakhel, Mianwali. Popular among young and old alike, his singing especially appeals to the sensitive, who delve deep into the fathoms of his romantic lyrics.Ataullah Khan Esakhelvi was Born on 19 August 1951 in Isakhel in the Punjab province’s district of Mianwali. As his name suggests he belongs to the Niazi tribe, which is a pashtun tribe. His forefathers descents from Kabul, Afghanistan.This very successful singer once worked as a bus conductor and truck driver.

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Damia Farooq

The Rizwan-Muazzam (Urdu: رضوان ـ معظم‎) Qawwali Group is a Pakistani Qawwali group.Their grandfather Mubarak Ali Khan was an uncle of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and taught Nusrat the art of qawwali vocal music.

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Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal

Fareed Ayaz & Abu Mohammad

Fareed Ayaz, qawwal al-Hussaini Ghulam Fariduddin Ayaz al-Hussaini belongs to the best known gharana of Qawwali, namely: ‘Qawwal Bachon ka Gharana’ of Delhi. This , approzimately 705 years old, was started by Saamat bin lbrahim, the principal student of Hazrat Amir Khusrau. This eminent Gahanna has produced famous Ustads like the late Ustad Tarns Khan, court musician and tutor in classical music Itabrader Shah . In the present generation of this Garahana are Fareed Ayaz al-Hussein and party, nationally and internationally acclaimed as one of the best Qawalls of the sub-continent.
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Juggy D

Juggy D has been performing since the age of 14. He made his breakthrough alongside Jay Sean. Juggy D has also appeared on numerous crossover singles with musicians such as Madonna, Ricky Martin, Mary J. Blige and Craig David.

Juggy D has collaborated with Veronica Mehta and Rishi Rich in the Bollywood movie Hum Tum. He, Mehta, and Jay Sean also have guest appearances in the Hindi film Kyaa Kool Hai Hum. They sing the Jay Sean song “One Night,” featuring added vocals from Veronica. He also is one of the first people to experiment with Bhangraton.[citation needed] Juggy D’s debut album, Juggy D, was released in 2004 and became the first Punjabi language album to enter the UK national charts. A version of the song “Sohniye” from the album is also featured in the 2004 Bollywood film Shukriya: Till Death Do Us Apart.

Juggy D’s single “Come Closer” features the guest vocals of Jin Au-Yeung, a Chinese American rapper from the Ruff Ryders stable.

Juggy D collaborated with Bhangra group, DCS on the song “Oh Jaan Meri Yah”, which can be found on DCS’s album, Desi Culture Shock. He has also collaborated with Timbaland and made an unreleased track called “Cop That Shit”. He has performed at South Florida’s India Fest 07.

In 2006, Juggy D won “Best Act” at the UK Asian Music Awards.

Leo Twins

Haroon and Sharoon Leo (born July 27, 1993), professionally known as Leo Twins, are Pakistani musicians and multi-instrumentalists. Leo Twins started their career in popular TV show Nescafé Basement.The twin brothers have been a regular part of the house band in Nescafe Basement produced by Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan.

Manj Musik

Manjeet Singh Ral (Punjabi: ਮਨਜੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਰਾਲ, born 24 January 1985), better known by his stage-name Manj Musik, is a British Indian composer, singer and Filmi scorer. He was one of the music composer for the bhangra music group RDB, which was formed with his two brothers Surjeet Singh (SurjRDB) and Kuldeep Ral in 2000.

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Parisa Farooq

The Rizwan-Muazzam (Urdu: رضوان ـ معظم‎) Qawwali Group is a Pakistani Qawwali group.Their grandfather Mubarak Ali Khan was an uncle of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and taught Nusrat the art of qawwali vocal music.

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Rizwan-Muazzam

The Rizwan-Muazzam (Urdu: رضوان ـ معظم‎) Qawwali Group is a Pakistani Qawwali group.Their grandfather Mubarak Ali Khan was an uncle of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and taught Nusrat the art of qawwali vocal music.

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Sara Raza Khan
Sara Raza Khan is a Pakistani singer; in 2009 she started her singing career from an Indian show “SA RE GA MA PA” challenge. She sang beautiful songs for India and Pakistan both. She took part in singing shows of India and Pakistan. Sara was the best singer of Pakistani singing program “Bright Star”.
Sara Raza was the participant of Pakistani and Indian show “Sur Kshetra” but she had to leave the program, due to some personal problems. She sang a beautiful song for the drama “Mere Qatil Mere Dildar” and won Hum Award for the best singer. Singer learnt singing from Abdul Rauf and classical singing for Alhamra Art Council.
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Shafqat Amanat Ali

Shafqat Amanat Ali (Urdu: شفقت امانت علی) (born in 1965)is the son of Ustad Amanat Ali Khan, making him part of the 9 generation old Patiala Gharana. He has been a student of Pakistani classical music since age four, his grandmother being his first teacher. His main influences in music come from his father and his uncle Ustad Fateh Ali Khan sahab as well as Roshanara Begum, to name a few. He is younger brother of late singer Asad Amanat Ali Khan. He is well educated and got his bachelors degree from Government College,Lahore (now GC University) in 1988.He was role of honour from the Music Society of Government College,Lahore.

Shafqat Amanat Ali was also the lead vocalist of a Pakistani pop band known as Fuzon. He belongs to the Patiala gharana of classical music. The gharana is famous for its concentration on intricate taan-patterns and sargams. With his family, he has been part of the Pakistani classical musical tradition for eight generations now. Contact Shafqat Amanat Ali

Shahbaz Fayyaz Qawwal

It starts with an endless passion for music, for voices, for discovery, for people, for life. Introduction: It is said to have a hand behind every success, however, the guide line and blessed vision of our Murshad Paak(pious religious saint) SYED SALMAN NIAZ AHMAD AALI SHAH SARKAR brought all together about our successes,popularity and whatever we just are. We not only do belong to Baddomalhi due to our father’s roots but also we proud to be Baddomalhi as an official Qawals of this holy land. Although performing either classical singing, Tabla or Harmonium our father Ustaad Shabbir Hussain Khan earned a great name this versatility. thus we really feel proud for that.

Zain Ali & Zohaib Ali

Zain Ali and Zohaib Ali are brothers and the grandsons of Ustad Haji Rehmat Ali Khan who performed for 40 years with Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan on 2nd Harmonium with him.