Salman Ahmed to pay a tribute to Vital Signs, Junoon, Nazia and Zoheb Hassan
Aansoo: A documentary on late Junaid Jamshed 12:02 PM | 1 Dec, 2017
LAHORE - With the legendary singer turned religious scholar Junaid Jamshed's first anniversary this month, a ...
It's one of life's great ironies that JJ will be instrumental in bringing together celebrated artists on a BIG musical platform in 2018.— salman ahmad (@sufisal) December 5, 2017
In a recent interview with Express Tribune, Salman elaborated it as, "In 2018, I am producing a unique Broadway-style show which will pay tribute to three legends, Nazia and Zoheb Hassan, Junoon and Vital Signs. I’ve already been in talks with Zoheb, JJ’s sons, Momina Mustehsan, Asim Azhar, Irtaash and a few others."
Salman further said that the show will 'showcase the rich musical heritage of Pakistani superstars.'
Salman also hinted towards a Junoon reunion quoting that he is currently speaking to "Ali Azmat, Rohail Hyatt, Brian O’Connell and Shahi Hasan to come together for ‘unity’ and make 2018 a year of celebration."
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