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|Birth name||Abdollah Behravanfar|
|Born||1975 (age 45–46)|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, guitar player, harmonica player|
|Associated acts||Mohsen Namjoo|
Abdi Behravanfar (Persian : عبدی بهروانفر, born June 1975) is an Iranian singer-songwriter inRock ,country blues and Folk Blues style . He is founder of MUD band in Mashhad . He plays Guitar, Harmonica and Dotar( Persian folk lute)[ verification needed ].He learned Dotar with Bakshi Almajughi in Ghouchan a city in north of Khorassan.
Behravanfar has produced nearly 40 Songs, in 5 studio albums and the others as singles. The two albums "Shalamroud" and "Kokheo & Kalakhet" released by two production companies in the United States.The first one by Bamahang production and the second album released by Zirzamin production. In 2012 "White Dwarf" and in 2013 "Sorrow", released by CD Baby. He also has performed as a film-score player for short films.
He produced and released the album of master Bakhshi Almajughi in 2017; also produced a documentary about Bakshi Almajughi.
Abdi( Abdollah) Behravanfar was born in Mashhad, Iran in June 1975. At age of 12 listening to "Roll on" a song created by Alabama country band he found himself interested in playing guitar. When he was 22 he went to Tehran he bought a Guitar and started learning new lessons in playing the instrument. After returning to Mashhad he formed MUD band.
He was mostly influenced by music legends such as Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison in Rock music; Son House, Muddy Waters and Sonny Boy Williamson in Blues Neil Young and Ian Anderson and Khorasani Folk. [ verification needed ]
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