Psy says 'no chance' of another Gangnam Style success

"Gangnam Style" star Psy acknowledged Monday that he could never repeat the phenomenal global success of his 2012 hit, but said he was perfectly happy being "just another" K-pop artist.

Madonna pays moving tribute to Paris victims

While many musicians, including U2 and Foo Fighters, have canceled tour dates in the wake of the devastating terror attacks on Paris Friday, Madonna carried on with her Stockholm show on Saturday, and broke down in tears as she explained why.

Sabina Yasmin and Kabari in Ami Achhi Thakbo

ATN Bangla will air noted singer Sabina Yasmin's special musical programme “Ami Achhi Thakbo” during Eid. Popular actress Sarah Begum Kabari will also be present at the programme as guest alongside Sabina Yasmin.

Sanya Sabrin in duet song with Ferdous Wahid

Promising singer Sanya Sabrin will give her vocal for a duet song with legendary singer Ferdous Wahid. Ferdous Wahid has coordinated music of a song of Sanya Sabrin’s third solo album. He has also written its lyrics. Title of the song is Jwala. Ferdous Wahid informed that recording of the song will be done within this week.

No intention to offend anyone: AR Rahman on blasphemy controversy

Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman said that his "decision" to compose the music for the movie "Muhammad: The Messenger of God", "was in good faith” with no intentions to offend any religious group.

Ailing Lucky Akhand goes to Bangkok tonight

Noted singer-composer Lucky Akhand will be taken to Thailand tonight for better treatment as his condition has deteriorated.

Sourav Ganguly to be face of TV show Egiye Bangla

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly will be the face of an upcoming Bengali business reality show Egiye Bangla (Bengal is ahead), which aims to tap young entrepreneurs of the state.

Sahana returns with - Ja Bolo Tai Bolo - Rabindra Sangeet album set for Dhaka launch

Sahana Bajpaie, who made waves with her first Rabindra Sangeet album “Notun Kore Pabo Boley” in 2007, may have long left Bangladesh, but she still has a special place in the hearts of many back here. Eight years later, that voice of innocence and exuberance is returning, as the artiste just released her new album of Rabindra Sangeet, titled “Ja Bolo Tai Bolo”. Although the album came out under an Indian label (Major 7th) in Kolkata, India yesterday, her Bangladeshi fans may not have to sigh in sadness of not getting a copy, or wait too long for one.

We are in a transitional state in music: Akhi Almagir

Akhi Almagir, a popular adhunik singer, is recognised for her stage performances both within and outside our country. She has been singing for over a decade and her mesmerising voice has carried her to the peak of her career. Apart from her musical talent she was a TV host, a model and won the National Film Award as a child artiste. Recently, in a chat with The Daily Star, she told us about how modern songs are hitting a new high.

Raga-based melodies at Praner Khela

Raga-based Bangla songs are a priceless creation of our musical culture. The rich trend emerged from the union of classical khayal forms and pro-poetry music composition.

Musical Evening Celebrating Nazrul on August 31

Marking the 39th death anniversary of our National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam, Star Melodies of The Daily Star is organising a musical event “Pubali Poboney Banshi Bajey” at 6:30pm on August 31 at its AS Mahmud Hall. Nazrul Sangeet singers Salahuddin Ahmed, Sharmin Sathi Islam, Anindita Chowdhury and Nishat Ahmed Zishan are the featured artistes of the event.

Samina to celebrate birthday in different way

In her long time music career, National Film Award winning singer Samina Chowdhury is going to face a different type of experience. Today is her birthday. She will celebrate her birthday in different way. Basically on her birthday Samina Chowdhury doesn’t take any working schedule. She wants to give time to her family members. She prefers to give time to them.But this year she will break its continuation.

Bangladesh participates in Awa Odori Dance Festival in Japan

A 16 member dance team participated in the Awa Odori Festival on August 13 and 14 in Tokushima, Japan. The dance form dates back to 1587 and now the festival is the seasonal delight of Tokushima when the entire city resounds with music and dance. The Bangladesh team was led by noted cultural personality, Ramendu Majumdar and the choreography was done by Kabirul Islam Ratan.

Sunny Leone surprised with Priyanka Chopra`s craze in US

Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra who is gearing up for her debut in international TV series Quantico amazed Sunny Leone with her popularity.

Nancy On Music Club

Popular singer Nancy will sing live in Banglavision's phono-live musical programme “Music Club”.

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