This year marks a departure from the tradition of celebrating Band Music Fest. The significance of December 1 holds a special place for band enthusiasts, typically celebrated by the annual commemoration known as “Band Music Day”. Following this celebration, the Bangladesh Musical Bands Association (BAMBA) in collaboration with Channel i usually hosts the highly anticipated “Band Music Fest”. However, this musical extravaganza has been deferred due to the impending national parliamentary elections.
Known for his iconic songs and exceptional talents, Ayub Bachchu is a name that still resonates within the hearts of millions of people in our country. On the occasion of the 61st birthday of the legendary rock guitarist, we remember and honour one of Bangladesh’s most revered musical geniuses.
Sixteen prominent bands of the country entertained the audience at the Army Stadium yesterday, with ecstatic performances taking them back to the nostalgic days of the nineties.
Bangladesh Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader says deceased rock singer Ayub Bacchu believed in the spirit of War of Liberation and he used to start all his concerts by playing national anthem on guitar.
The pop star whose popularity spans around three generations dies. People started loving Ayub Bachchu’s songs in cassettes and now cherish them in YouTube with the same craze.
Popular singer Mehreen is releasing a new song on the social media, on the occasion of International Women's Day. The video of the song – written, composed and arranged by noted guitarist Ayub Bacchu, was made by Monju Ahmed.