Dariush Eghbali

Dariush Eghbali

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Dariush Eghbali
Dariush concert Kuala lumpur 2009.jpg
Background information
Native name داریوش اقبالی
Born February 4, 1951 (age 67)
Tehran, Iran[1]
Genres Persian poprockSymphonic Doom Music
Occupation(s) Artist, social activist, humanitarian
Website dariush2000.com
ayeneh.org
dariusheghbali.com

Dariush Eghbali (Persianداریوش اقبالی‎) better known by his stage name Dariush is an Iranian singer. best known for his warm and poignant bass voice heard in both ballads and socio-political songs.[2] He is also a social activist who has been promoting education, awareness and prevention with regards to social maladies.

Biography

Early life

Dariush was born in Tehran, on February 4, 1951. His musical talent was first recognized at an early age of nine, when he appeared on stage at his school. Hassan Khayatbashi introduced him to the public at the age of twenty through Iranian national television. He immediately became popular with his legendary song “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me”. (Persian: به من نگو دوست دارم be man nagu duset dāram[3] His contemporary and unique style opened up a new era in Iranian music.

Career

His work consists of over 208 songs in over 27 albums. He has also performed in 2 Iranian movies.

Dariush’s song Dastaye To (Your Hands) was named as the Most enduring song in Iranian Music history by Manoto TV.

Philanthropy

Dariush is a member of Amnesty International. Having had the experience of drug abuse himself in the past,[4] he is heavily involved in bringing awareness and support to the world of addiction.[4] Through the establishment of the Iran Recovery Center and Ayeneh Foundation, a non profit organization with over fifteen years of public service, as well as through educational websites, educational seminars and conferences around the world, he has been devoted to the promotion of education, awareness and knowledge with regards to human rights and a drug-free lifestyle. One of the educational websites he has gifted to his countrymen is http://www.behboudichat.com which is intended to provide an opportunity to all those who do not have access to meetings to participate in the live meetings that are scheduled throughout the week all around the world in Persian.

His contributions have been recognized by the Self-Help And Recovery Exchange, which selected him to receive the Ron Simmons & Rev, Ronald L. Wright Award, for his outstanding contribution to support group participation by minority communities, the Iranian Student Group and UCLA, and many other international organizations worldwide.

Filmography

  • Yaran (Mates) (1974)
  • Faryad Zire Ab (Scream Under Water) (1977)

Discography

Studio albums

  • Be Man Nagoo Dooset Daram (1971 )
  • Cheshme Man (1973)
  • Mosabbeb (1975)
  • Shaghayegh (1976)
  • Faryad Zire Ab (1977)
  • Jangal (1978)
  • Sale 2000 (1978)
  • Salam Ey Khake Khobe Mehrabani (1980)
  • Nadim (1982)
  • Parandeye Mohajer (1983)
  • Emrooz (1984)
  • Khamoosh Namirid (1987)
  • Khake Khasteh (1989)
  • Nazanin (1990)
  • Noon o Panir o Sabzi (1990) (With Ebi)
  • Zendooni (1991)
  • Aman Az (1992)
  • Sofreh Seen (1993) (With Hatef)
  • Ahay Mardome Donya(1993)
  • Bachehaye Iran (1995)
  • Ashofteh Bazar (1996)
  • Gole Bita (1999)
  • The Beloved is Here: Rumi (2003)
  • Dobareh Misazamat Vatan (2003)
  • Rahe Man (2005)
  • Mojezeh Khamoosh (2008)
  • Donyaye In Roozaye Man (2010)
  • Ensan (2011)
  • The Beloved is Here II: Hafez (2012)
  • Sefr (2016)

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