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  • Miles 40th year anniversary

    Miles announces grand celebration for 40th anniversary

    Formed in 1979 by Farid Rashid, Miles embarked on a musical journey that played a prominent role to shape the band music scene in Bangladesh. As this year marks their fourth decade as musical marvels in the entertainment industry, Miles, in association with Windmill Advertising Limited, held a press conference at The Daily Star Centre yesterday.
  • In loving memory of Shahnaz Rahmatullah and Subir Nandi

    Shahnaz Rahmatullah and Subir Nandi, two prominent names of the music industry, gifted us with some brilliant melodies during their illustrious careers. Tragically, both of these musical legends left us recently.
  • ‘Stalin’ staged at BSA

    Centre for Asian Theatre (CAT) staged their latest production, ‘Stalin’, at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) recently, after its premiere on June 10. The hall entrance wore a bright shade of red, while long red fabric banners, bearing the hammer and sickle symbols, hung from the ceiling all across the arena.
  • Coffee House: A warm welcome for Dia’s debut

    Taz Akhter Dia was passionate about music from an early age. Having trained in music, including classical for a year, she left for USA in order to pursue her career. Despite her busy schedule, she always longed to lend her voice for Bangla songs. Fortunately enough, her recent trip to Bangladesh landed her with an opportunity to do just that. Dia made her debut in the Bangladeshi music industry recently, with the song Coffee House.
  • Prerona’s ‘Mon Projapoti’ takes flight

    Born in a family that nurtures music with devotion, Prerona is the daughter of renowned lyricist Kabir Bakul and melodious musician Dinat Jahan Munni. Prerona’s covers of various artistes, international and local, garnered her quite the popularity across social media. Her younger sister Protikkha is also following in her footsteps, performing with proficiency.
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