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Alison Sudol to sing a Sufi inspired melody on ‘Pakistan Hamara’

Posted by: Monitoring Desk, Uploaded: 4th September 2010



Pakistani rockstar Salman Ahmad to collaborate with American singer Alison Sudol for Pakistan flood victims song.

Alison Sudol, is known professionally as A Fine Frenzy. She is an American alternative singer and songwriter and pianist.

The project established her as one of the most talented young singers and songwriters around; it received rave reviews, was widely exposed through songs being licensed to numerous television shows including the television series House, and reached Number One on Billboard’s “Heatseeker” charts.

She has recently collaborated with the rockstar Salman Ahmad on Pakistan flood victims song. According to Salman, she sang a Sufi inspired melody with him on “Pakistan Hamara” (yes, its name has been changed from Khwab).

“Her desi accent is excellent!”, says Salman.

Sudol is far from being some kind of romantic Luddite. In fact, she was active on Twitter long before it became a cultural phenomenon—to the point that she now has over a million and a half followers, making her one of the top ten artists on the service, alongside folks like Britney Spears and John Mayer.

Salman further added that Peter Gabriel will be bringing his genius to the song on September 6th. “Will try and send a picture from the studio”, says Salman.

From the featured musicians, this project seems like an exciting one for which we all will be waiting for any further updates. Till than watch this space.

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Story first published: 4th September 2010




 
 
 

 
 


 

 






 
 

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