Ebi is coming all the way from Iran to play four explosive shows for his fans in the States. So, get Ebi tickets from here if you want to see him perform live. Also known as the, ‘Master of Voice,’ Ebi is undeniably one of biggest Iranian singers in the world. Over the course of his legendary career he has released more than thirty albums and almost one hundred singles. His powerful voice has helped him become one of the two iconic male superstars in the Persian speaking world. The other one being Dariush.
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The maestro of Persian pop music, Ebi is a world renowned singer-songwriter who is popular all around the globe for putting out meaningful songs like, Khalije Fars, Beshkan and Negaranet Misham. He is now all set to perform a handful of shows across the United States. So, if you want to watch him live in his element, then grab a pair of Ebi tickets today.
Ebi was born as Ebrahim Hamedi on June 19, 1949 in Tehran, Iran. He is the eldest of four sisters and one brother. Being always interested in music, he decided to become a singer and soon started a group with his friends and named it, Sun Boys. They then started to perform gigs around their hometown but soon, Ebi quit. He then met the brothers, Shahbal and Shahram Shabpareh who recruited him to their band, Black Cats. After joining the group, he asked the founders of Black Cats to add his friends, Amir, Jamhoor Esfahani and Mahan Esfahani from Sun Boys to the band and they did.
Together as Black Cats, Ebi started to perform at the Kochini Club which was one of the most popular night clubs of Tehran before 1979. The group slowly started to develop a solid following and generated a lot of buzz which helped the band’s popularity to grow rapidly. Though the group was enjoying great success, Ebi felt the need to go on his own. He decided to leave the Black Cats in favor of starting his own solo career.
The Solo Journey
Ebi kicked off his career as a solo artist by releasing his first single, Attash (Thirst). The track became popular among Persian fans and even featured on the movie of the same name. Following the release of this track, he slowly began to work on developing his own signature style to become a star the newly developed Iranian Pop music could depend on. He then put out his second song, Chara? (Why?) before Ebi came out with his third single, Shab (Night) which made him a huge star. This song was penned down by one of the elite songwriters of Iran, Ardalan Sarfaraz.
Ebi then met Ms. Mary Yeghyazarian during the mid ‘70s who was working at the Ministry of Arts and Culture at the time and was in charge of new talent discovery and development. He was further trained by her and became one of Yeghyazarian’s favorite students due to his ability to learn quickly. Ebi then churned out two studio albums, ‘Tapesh’ and ‘Nazi Naz Kon’ in 1974 and 1977 respectively before the Islamic Revolution in Iran began.
The Islamic Revolution
Following the release of, ‘Nazi Naz Kon,’ Ebi went on a U.S. tour to support the album. Two years later, the Islamic Revolution started in his hometown of Iran and he decided to stay in the United States in order to continue his singing career. Ebi continued to put out new material while residing in the U.S. and released four albums during the 80s, ‘Shab Zadeh,’ ‘Kouhe Yakh,’ ‘Khalij’ and ‘Gharibeh.’ His music was eventually banned in Iran but that didn’t cause his popularity to fade in his birth country. His fame also expanded around the world.
Ebi went on to record many successful albums throughout the ‘90s and 2000s including, ‘Atal Matal,’ ‘Atre To,’ ‘Ba To’ and ‘Tolou Kon.’ He has also worked with many famous poets and composers like, Farid Zoland, Ardalan Sarfaraz and Estafdiar Monfared Zadeh.
Catch Him On tTour
Ebi’s last album, ‘Jane Javani,’ came out in 2014. The record featured eleven songs on the track-list including, Boghz, Behet Goftam, Ye Mardi and Fasle Bigharari. He is now back on the road and will be trekking through cities like, Washington, Los Angeles and Toronto. So, to watch him hit the stage in your city live, simply get your Ebi tickets.
Ebi Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Ebi tickets is $262. The date and location for this event is 17-Nov-18 at Stafford Centre, Stafford. The minimum get-in price for Ebi tickets is $236.
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