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Faraz Anwar

Faraz Anwar

Faraz Anwar


15th July, 1977) is a Pakistani Progressive Metal guitarist known for his solo instrumental work and his band Mizraab. In 6th grade he decided to pick-up guitar playing after seeing a video of guitar vitruoso Yngwie Malmsteen on TV. Faraz got his education from St. Paul and St. Andrews, but left after his matriculation because he wanted to pursue a career in music. Faraz Anwar started off his career in 1990 as a session guitarist playing for many different musicians. So far he has played with more than 50+ different artists from Pakistan. Read more on Last.fm
15th July, 1977) is a Pakistani Progressive Metal guitarist known for his solo instrumental work and his band Mizraab. In 6th grade he decided to pick-up guitar playing after seeing a video of guitar vitruoso Yngwie Malmsteen on TV. Faraz got his education from St. Paul and St.

Andrews, but left after his matriculation because he wanted to pursue a career in music. Faraz Anwar started off his career in 1990 as a session guitarist playing for many different musicians. So far he has played with more than 50+ different artists from Pakistan. Achievements: * Scholarship from Berklee in 1996 * Berklee Outstanding Musicial Achievement Award 96 * First Guitar Player and Second Pakistani Musician to release an album Internationally. * "King of Guitars in Pakistan" quoted by Allan Holdsworth * Only musician who has played for more than 50 different artists in Pakistan. http://www.farazanwar.com http://www.farazanwarfan.tk http://www.abstractpointofview.com 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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