Tahsan and the Sufis perform at IGCCCultural Correspondent
Popular singer Tahsan entertained a full-hall audience at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre in Gulshan on Friday.
The singer, with his recently formed band named Tahsan and the Sufis, presented original songs and also covered a few popular English romantic numbers at the programme.
Tahsan began the show presenting his famous original song Irsha.
With his signature style, the singer entertained the audience presenting one after another popular romantic songs such as Ke Agey, Megher Porey, Prematal, Ami Esechhi, Ekhono and Pratyabartan.
The audience also enjoyed very popular English romantic songs as Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight and John Denver’s Leaving on a Jet Plane and Annie’s Song covered by Tahsan on the Valentine’s Day evening.
Tahsan, who learnt music at Shishu Academy and then in Chhayanaut, formed his first band Black in 1999.
In 2004, Tahsan released his debut solo album titled Kathopakathan, which became a huge success.
In the subsequent years, Tahsan has released several other solo albums such as Kritodasher Nirban in 2005, Ichche in 2006, Nei in 2007 and Protyabarton in 2011.
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