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She learned music from her father and started singing at the age of six. Other than exploring different styles of music like Punjabi and Indian classical, Western classical and world music, she is also known for her Sufi songs.
The Birth Pangs of Dya Singh's World Music GURMUKH SINGH
Dya Singh’s quest for distinctly Sikh world-music which appeals to the universal music ear, continues. Meeting Craig Pruess and working with him has given a further musical dimension to this work in progress.
The Dispeller of Sorrow, The Purveyor of Hope CD Review by SANGAT SINGH
The young follow Dya Singh, the minstrel, around as they would the Pied Piper of lore, to get his autograph, talk to him, or just throw a high-five with him.
New Music From Cornershop
by SHARIN BHATTI
Ready with the release of their eight album, Urban Turban, Cornershop’s songwriting force Tjinder Singh talks about its Punjabi influences and elements.
Sikh-Canadian Bags Second Prestigious Juno Award NEWS REPORT
Kiran Ahluwalia's Aam Zameen : Common Ground was awarded Canada's prestigious JUNO Award for BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR at the 2012 Juno ceremonies held in Ottawa recently.
Rabbi Returns: Rabbi Shergill Releases New Album - "III" by SOMYA LAKHANI
The album stays true to Shergill’s style and soul; just like his two previous albums, this too is a reflection of issues that are close to his heart.
Hargobind 'Hargo' Singh Becomes The Last Artist To Work With Notorious But Talented Music-Producer Phil Spector by CAMERON MATTHEWS
"I just dropped my son off outside the house of a guy who's about to be on trial for murder ..."
Bursts of Song and Music Help Revive Bhai Baldeep Singh's Qila Sarai by VANDANA SHUKLA
She plays the taus, until recently an almost extinct stringed instrument, originally played by the Sikh Gurus. Geographical distance from her cultural moorings does not deter her.
A New Album From Satinder Singh Sartaaj by JASKIRAN KAPOOR
"Sartaaj Live: Lafza da Haan da" is his third album after Sartaaj and Cheeray Vaala Sartaaj, and this one pays tribute to his alma mater, Panjab University.
The Bard Divine by Dr. BALBIR SINGH, Translated from Punjabi & Edited by SANGAT SINGH
Describing Guru Nanak’s visit to Baghdad, Bhai Gurdas wrote how his divine song had an electric effect on the residents of the city where music had been banned.