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Deep Shrestha

Deep Shrestha

Deep Shrestha


Born in Dharan in 1950, Deep Shrestha composed his first song, Ma Patharko Deuta Haina, when he was 14. Comes from a musical family as his father was an ustaad and played the violin and the flute. He became familiar with other musicians at an early age through his father. He studied Bio-Science after he passed his SLC, and he thought that he would continue with it later on. But missed his exams (thrice!) because he was performing, before he realising that he was headed nowhere but to become a musician. Read more on Last.fm
Born in Dharan in 1950, Deep Shrestha composed his first song, Ma Patharko Deuta Haina, when he was 14. Comes from a musical family as his father was an ustaad and played the violin and the flute. He became familiar with other musicians at an early age through his father. He studied Bio-Science after he passed his SLC, and he thought that he would continue with it later on. But missed his exams (thrice!) because he was performing, before he realising that he was headed nowhere but to become a musician. He met his wife, who's also a singer, while touring. They sing duets sometimes and practice together. If he had to pick his favourite among his own tracks it would be Sunideu Sano Charako Katha, for which he wrote the lyrics and composition.

But, sadly, the song wasn't that big a hit. The singers he likes the most are Narayan Gopal, Prem Dhoj, Fatteman, Gopal Yonjan, Shanti Jha, Meera Rana and Karuna Lama. He thinks that Sugam Pokhrel, Nima Rumba, Rajesh Sapkota and Uday Sotang are some of the new singers, who are really talented. 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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