40 musicians from seven different countries come together to sing Pakistani song about hope
Forty musicians from seven countries have come together to sing one Pakistani song about hope ‘We Are One/ Aae Khuda’. The credit for bringing them together goes to Pakistani guitarist and music producer Kashan Admani.
International musicians include Grammy award-winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, Grammy nominee Simon Philips and Stu Hamm from USA, multi-award winning Russian guitar player Roman Miroshnichenko, British singer/Songwriter Lili Casely, India’s Dr. Palash Sen, soloist Matt Laurent from Canada, Brazil’s Luiza Prochet. Joining them is also Gumbi Ortiz from Florida, who’s also spent time as Junoon’s drummer.
While Pakistani artists who featured in the song are Najam Sheraz, , Faakhir, Farooq Ahmed of Aaroh band, Natasha Khan, Natasha Baig, Dino Ali, Admani and Khaled Anam.
“At the time when the world population is living in isolation and social distancing because of COVID-19, this joint venture will give a message of hope, togetherness, spirituality, and social harmony,” Kashan Admani said.
He said they wanted to bring true optimism to the entire humanity. “There is hope over despair, light over darkness, life over death, and this is what we want to remind the global population of at this time,” he maintained.