If you haven’t attent the Sooper Junoon concert then missed the best night of 2018
For over 10 years it appeared to be incomprehensible however as is commonly said in showbiz ‘never say never’. Junoon at long last rejoined for a show and allowed Karachi a night to recollect until the end of time. Those of you who are living under a stone or presently couldn’t seem to effortlessness the world with their introduction to the world amid the 90’s, Junoon is known as South Asia’s greatest musical crew and that is genuinely saying something.
Be that as it may, as an aficionado of the musical crew from the 90’s, it was relatively dreamlike for me. I sang along to their ageless tunes, I moved and head-slammed, I nearly cried as I was overpowered by their music, encompassed by a large number of fans experiencing similar feelings. It was epic. I need to offer it to Peek Freans Sooper for sorting out it and assembling everything. For those of you who missed it, here are the means by which it went.
Salman Ahmed, Ali Azmat and Brian ‘O’ Connel appearance took the event to another level.
As soon as the voice-over ended, the band immediately started performing ‘Junoon
An then Sayonee’ and ‘Saein’ that lit up the entire crowd.
Now, the whole gathering of people regardless of age was totally entranced by Salman Ahmed’s hallucinogenic guitar tone went with customary tabla sound. You had 40-year-olds chiming in the word to word thinking back about their childhood on one hand. On the other, you had the millennial break out into ‘
And how can we forget the Tribute
junoon gave to Junaid Jamshed
Salman Ahmed halfway through the occasion educated the group regarding his last passionate experience with Junaid Jamshed. He discussed how Junaid only multi-day before his shocking death sat down to talk with him and disclosed to him how he yearned for a Junoon get-together. Following the discourse, the band performed Dil Pakistan wherein Salman Ahmed did the vocals. The band devoted the track to Junaid Jamshed and his family that was additionally present in the group..
Salman Ahmed got emotional in front of an audience while reviewing his last discussion with the late performer Junaid Jamshed.
Ahmed uncovered that the prior night heading out to Chitral, the Vital Signs frontman had rung him and they represented two hours. “He discussed everything under the sun and simply continued talking,” he recollected. The guitarist was moved and astounded at JJ’s tirelessness to talk.
“I was like, ‘You’re just going to Chitral’ but he kept on going on and on.”
It was then that JJ told Ahmad he really wishes for Junoon to reunite.
“He said, ‘Salman, I really wish you and Ali could get back together’,”