Pashto Music Comes to New York

 

By Mohsin Zaheer

via Voices of NY 

Sparlay Rawail, a lead guitarist and percussion player for the Pashtun musical group “Khumariyaan,” believes that music is a universal language. He said that he, along with his other band members have not only had a good experience in communicating with American audiences through music but also believe that they have left a good impression about the Pashtun culture.

To read in full, go to the origional article at Voices of NY - http://www.voicesofny.org/2014/10/pashto-music-comes-new-york/

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