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AAVAAR

AAVAAR

AAVAAR


Aavaar is an Iranian rock band from Tehran, Iran. Mehrdad Palizban (Vocal, Guitar) founded "aavaar" (literally: rubble, debris) with Sina Khodayeefar (Bass) and Hossein Shahsavand (Drums) in 1999. The band entered the Iranian Rock scene by taking part in the first underground Rock festival in the country (Tehran Avenue Underground). Aavaar's first success was "Asemoon" (the sky), the soundtrack for the motion picture, "Nafas-e-Amigh". "Asemoon", composed by M. Read more on Last.fm
Aavaar is an Iranian rock band from Tehran, Iran. Mehrdad Palizban (Vocal, Guitar) founded "aavaar" (literally: rubble, debris) with Sina Khodayeefar (Bass) and Hossein Shahsavand (Drums) in 1999. The band entered the Iranian Rock scene by taking part in the first underground Rock festival in the country (Tehran Avenue Underground). Aavaar's first success was "Asemoon" (the sky), the soundtrack for the motion picture, "Nafas-e-Amigh". "Asemoon", composed by M. Palizban, was nominated for Best Music in Tandis-e-Hafiz and Critics' Choice awards by Donya-ye-Tasvir and Film magazines respectively.

Due to numerous problems, including compulsory military service for the members, "Aavaar" went silent for 3 years. But in 2005, M. Palizban and Sina Khodayeefar joined hands with Pouya Ehsaee (Guitar) and Behnam Biabangardi (Drums) to restart "Aavaar's" activities once again. After difficult and frequent preparations and follow-up Aavaar performed in Conservatory of Tehran.

This was met with a lot of positive enthusiasm and the band's activities entered a new era that moment onwards. Aavaar's next public appearance was on May 23, 2006, at the "Yousef Islam" (Cat Stevens) Rock festival. Despite numerous problems, Aavaar's excellent performance was acclaimed by the audience. At this stage, Sina Khodayeefar's personal problems prevented him to continue and instead, Sohrab Motabar acted as Aavaar's new well-performing bassist. Aavar is continuing the hard work, promising more exciting and bigger performances along with the publication of its first album, named "Aavaar".

Members have chosen the name Nu-Farsi as the genre of their group. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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