Biography

Mansour (Persian: منصور ‎, born 28 July 1971) is a contemporary artist born in Tehran, Iran. Persian musical artist. From a new generation of rising singers of the exiled Iranian community based in Southern California, he is now ranked as one of the top male singers of the Iranian music scene. Beside Iran, he also has a fan base in [Afghanistan], Tajikistan and to a limited extent Iraq, Uzbekistan and Russia.
Despite the Iranian government’s restrictions on pop music, he has nevertheless been able to eclipse other singers in gaining a wide recognition in the country.Equally popular among both men and women, his songs now serve various ceremonial openings of events, such as soccer games, weddings and private parties. Due to the lively nature of his music that has engaged and absorbed the youth of Iran, he is now permanently banned from returning or performing for any reason in that country.

Studio albums
With Taraneh Records
1996: Tasvir Akhar
1997: Daricheh
2001: Zendegi (Life)
2002: Divooneh (Crazy)
2005: Farari (Fugitive)
2007: Ghashangeh (Beautiful)
With Caltex Records
1994: Ferferehayeh Bibaad
1998: Ghayegh Kaghazi
2000: Faghat Bekhatareh To (Only For You)
With Century Records USA
2009: Janjaali
Singles
2009: Nedaye Eshgh
2010: Mikhaam Bahat Beraghsam
2010: Zendegi Chist
2011: Bari Bakh
2011: Beshkan
2012: Eshgh Nemikhabeh
Live albums
With MZM Records
1996: Mansour Live In Concert
2010: Mansour Live in Concert Club Nokia (Audio CD)

Edited by lonely_nino on 24 May 2012, 19:13

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