Shahrum Kashani

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Shahrum Kashani
شهرام کاشانی
Genres Pop, dance
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsKeyboard
Years active1991–present
Labels Caltex Records(1991–2000)
Taraneh Records(2000–)
Avang Music(2016–2018)

Shahrum Kashani (Persian : شهرام کاشانی) is an Iranian pop singer. [1] He has released 8 albums with notable hits.

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Discography

Caltex Records releases

Taraneh Records Releases

Videography

DVD Releases

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References

  1. Bahmani, Behrouz (October 8, 2006). "Behrouz Bahmani, Shahram Kashani's new album, Game Over". iranian.com. Retrieved March 23, 2013.