Sadeghi’s European concerts will include memorable pieces from his earlier albums plus a number of tracks from his new album ‘It Means Pain’ which is set for release in winter
Iranian pop singer, songwriter and composer Reza Sadeghi will take his European concert tour to Sweden, Germany and the UK in February 2017.
Sadeghi will perform in Hamburg, Germany, on February 17 with his new band led by composer and drummer Behnam Abtahi, after which he will head to Stockholm on the following day, Feb. 18, Honaronline reported.
He will return to Germany and perform for music enthusiasts on Feb. 25, this time in Dusseldorf, and then leave for England where he will sing for his fans on Feb. 26 in London.
Born in Bandar Abbas, in southern Iran, Sadeghi, 37, is one of the most popular singers of pop music in the country.
He got famous with his hit song ‘Black is the Color of Love’. His first official album came into the market in 2006 and so far he has released seven albums officially including ‘Black Shirt’, ‘World, Hold On’ and ‘That’s It’ among others.
His last album ‘Just listen’ came out last year. He has recorded numerous singles and unofficial albums which are available online as well.
Sadeghi’s European concerts will include memorable pieces from his earlier albums plus a number of tracks from his new album ‘It Means Pain’ which is set for release in winter.
Besides singing, Sadeghi also plays the guitar in his concerts while seated, but as he is physically challenged, he must use a cane when standing.
Earlier this year, he explained about his disability for the first time in a TV show hosted by the famous comedian Mehran Modiri. As an infant (one year and a half), a doctor hit a nerve while injecting on his leg which caused not only damage to his leg but his entire nervous system. At first he was completely paralyzed but he eventually gained the use of almost all his muscles except for those in his legs.
Sadeghi has performed concerts in different cities around Iran as well as abroad including the US and Germany.
Before setting off to Europe, he will perform in Tehran on December 28 at the Milad Hall of Tehran International Fair Grounds.