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Shahram Shabpareh

Shahram shabpareh
شهرام شب پره
Background information
Birth name Shahram Shabpareh
Also known as Shahram
Born (1948-03-11) March 11, 1948 (age 66)
Tehran, Iran
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer, Songwriter, Actor
Years active 1965–present
Labels Taraneh Records
Caltex Records
Avang Records
Pars Video
MZM Records
Tapesh Records
Website Official Site

Shahram Shabpareh (Persian: شهرام شب پره‎), (born March 11, 1948 in Tehran[1]) is an Iranian pop singer and songwriter.


He started his career as a drum player in the early 1960s when he was only 13. In the mid 1960s at the age of 17, he formed a band of his own named "Rebells".[1]

After the Islamic revolution in 1979, Shahram, who had migrated to California a few years earlier, did not have the opportunity to return to his homeland. Since then, he has been living in the United States.

After a career spanning 40 years, he is a popular artist in the Iranian society.[2]


  • Tar Ta Guitar (2012)
  • Tapesh (2008)
  • Fire (2005)
  • Donya (2001)
  • Didar (1999)
  • Rhythm of the Night (1998)
  • Do Rahi (1996)
  • Story (1995)
  • Summer of 94 (1994)
  • Summer of 92 (1992)
  • Shagerd-e-Aval (1991)
  • Khejalati (1988)
  • Baghe Alefba (1987)
  • Shaparak (1986)
  • Madreseh (1985)
  • Telesm (1984)
  • Khodaya Che Konam? (1983)
  • Iran Iran (1982)
  • Mosafer (1981)
  • Hich Koja Iran Nemisheh (1980)
  • Deyar (1979)
  • Gorg o Bareh (1978)
  • Rock & Roll (1977)


  • Booye Gandom (1977)
  • Mahiha Dar Khak Mimirand (1977)
  • Alafhaye Harz (1976)
  • Shabe Ghariban (1975)
  • Aroose Dejle


External links

  • Shahram Shabpareh at Allmusic
  • Sharam Shabpareh's official homepage
  • Shahram Shabpareh's official fan page
  • Internet Movie Database

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