Fereydoon Foroughi

صدای جاودانه فریدون فروغی طنین انداز
تالار موسیقی ایران آنلاین

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Fereydoon Foroughi (Persian: فریدون فروغی‎‎; 29 January 1951 – 5 October 2001) was the fourth and last child of his family and was born in Tehran. He contributed greatly to Iranian music and arts and his unique voice and style soon caught on with the people. In addition to his studies in acting, playing the guitar, piano and organ he also composed music. His style was inspired by jazz and blues. He started his professional work in 1971 with the film "Adamak" by Khosrow Haritash. "Adamak" was done by Touraj Shaabankhani and the vocals were by Foroughi.
Background information
Native name فریدون فروغی
Birth name Fereydoon Foroughi
Also known as Fereydoon
Born January 29, 1951
Tehran, Iran
Died October 5, 2001 (aged 50)
Tehran, Iran
Genres Pop, Blues
Occupation(s)

Singer
Songwriter
Harmonist, Guitarist, Pianist,

Tar, Drum
Years active 1968–1979
Labels Taraneh Enterprises Inc
 
 
 
     
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