سیاوش شمس قهفرخی
Shams in 1991
|Born||26 January 1963|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, record producer|
|Labels|| Caltex Records |
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Siavash Shams (Persian : سیاوش شمس) (also known as Siavash Sahneh due to his hit song Sahneh[ citation needed ]) (born 26 January 1963) is an Iranian singer, songwriter, record producer. He rose to fame in 1985 after his songs Sahneh (meaning "stage") and Dokhtar Irooni (meaning "Iranian girl") became hits. His first two albums Hamsayehaa and Sahneh are immensely popular. His then later albums Pedar and Faryad also had hits.
After a while of silence and gap from his single "Dorough", Siavash has recorded a great, upbeat dance song that he's been wanting to release called "Mohtaj"
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