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Marazban Erucshah Wadia Enthralls with Music and Song

Our dear friend and eminent Parsi historian and author Marzban Giara sends us the following update Watch the  80 years young Marazban Eruchshah Wadia sing and dance to some of the songs composed by him. He is the President of Davier anjuman. Davier has a dadgah fire and a dharamshala. The first song is  Haalo, haalo Davier Gam jaiye. Marazban is a behdin pasban and has served at various dadgah fires. He still plays cricket and takes part in the...
Tags: Music, Life, Parsi, Navsari, Marzban Giara, Mumbai Marathon, Marazban Erucshah Wadia, Marazban Eruchshah Wadia, Davier, Umbargaon, WZO Senior Citizens Centre, Bapsy Marzban Giara, Ervad Adi Mirza


Want to Get Into Jazz? Listen to These 10 Albums First

Jazz music has an interesting history and a fascinating, multi-layered ethos. But even without knowing all that context and background, people instinctively feel that it’s just plain cool. Given that most of us would like to be little more cool, a lot of folks would like to get more into jazz music. But, they don’t really know where to begin.  If you Google “jazz music for beginners,” up will come myriad lists of jazz albums and tracks for the would-be aficionado to sample. But here’s the prob...
Tags: Google, Music, Life, Toronto, Travel & leisure, Canada, Jazz, Hobbies, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gillespie, Charles, Louis Armstrong, Duke, Bay Area, Miles


How to Choose a Couch For a Heavy Person

Buying a quality couch is never a simple task. When you need one for a heavy person there are additional challenges. The wrong choice will simply not be comfortable and is unlikely to last very long. There are a few important factors one has to consider when thinking about how to choose a couch for an overweight person. We will take you through the most important things to think about so that you can make an informed decision and buy the best option based on your needs. For more detailed informa...
Tags: Life, Jazz, Around The House


4 Ways on How To Get Ahead in Your Legal Career

There’s no denying that the legal field is one of the best career choices out there. While the business world is ever-changing, the fundamentals remain the same — and there’s little doubt the law is an integral part of virtually all processes. Yet, while pursuing a legal career is a good option, it’s also true that competition for the best positions can be fierce. In this blog, we’re going to take a look at some tried and tested methods for getting ahead in your career. Get Talking Networking ...
Tags: Career, Life, Jazz


Morehouse Polo Team Certified by US Polo Association

The Morehouse College Polo Club has received official notice from the United States Polo Association of their membership into the organization, making it the first Historically Black College & University (HBCU) to have a polo team. “We would like to officially welcome Morehouse College to the I/I Family! Morehouse is in Atlanta, and will be playing out of The Atlanta Regional Polo Center with Jolie Listonand Frankie Questel,” said Amy Fraser, Director Intercollegiate/Interscholastic Polo, in a...
Tags: Life, Atlanta, Georgia, Jazz, Cherry, Wilson, Morehouse, Morehouse College, US Polo Association, Morehouse Polo Team, Morehouse College Polo Club, United States Polo Association, Historically Black College University HBCU, Jolie Listonand Frankie Questel, Amy Fraser, Morehouse Polo Club Co


5 Reasons Why It Pays to Hire The Right Kind of Lawyer

Nobody really wants to spend money on hiring a lawyer. But, every now and again, things go wrong and you need legal advice and support. Someone who can explain your rights and help you to navigate the system. When you hire the right person, they can greatly improve your chances of securing justice and compensation. But, whether you are looking for a slip and fall lawyer or a vehicle accident attorney, you do need to be careful. It is always a clever idea to take your time and shop around to fi...
Tags: Life, Jazz


Psychological Tricks To Help You Bounce Back From Any Knock

We all like to believe that we’re robust people, able to deal with the worst that the world can throw at us. But we never really know how resilient we are until we’re embroiled in a situation that puts us on the back foot. There are all kinds of things that can knock your life off track, including redundancy, unemployment, divorce, and injury. The good news though is that there is a range of psychological tricks you can use to help speed your recovery and get back to a semblance of a normal li...
Tags: Life, Jazz, Kalavruzos Mumola Hartman Lento


3 Tips for Getting Things Together When a Situation Is Spiraling Out Of Control

From time to time, things go wrong, and circumstances arise that can completely throw us off track and mess up our best plans and intentions. Of course, you can’t exactly plan and organize your life so that nothing ever goes wrong, or so that things never spiral out of control. But, there are definitely certain things you can do that can help to interrupt a downward spiral and get things back on track. Here are a few tips for getting things together when a situation is spiraling out of control...
Tags: Life, Jazz


Dealing With a Messy Divorce? How to Move on From a Messy Divorce

One of the most difficult and traumatic experiences in life can be a breakup or divorce. Whatever the reason for the split — and whether you wanted it or not — the breakdown of a relationship can upset your entire world and trigger all kinds of painful and unsettling emotions. You can experience all sorts of confusion and rifts during and after a messy divorce. You might have trouble with tasks such as finding the perfect lawyer to get you through – the folks over at Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Lon...
Tags: Life, Divorce, Jazz, Daddy Talk, Perry Bundy Plyler Long LLP


Shanaya Patel: ALONE

Parsi Khabar has featured Shanaya Patel before, and today we are happy to share the launch of her new single ALONE. You can stream Shanaya’s single: https://lnkfi.re/ShanayaPatel About Shanaya As someone who has been singing from the time she could talk, rising singer/songwriter, Shanaya Patel, from Toronto, is on a path of bringing her music mainstream. Shanaya wrote her first song at 11 years old, where she really began her musical journey.  She performs professionally across Toronto and h...
Tags: Music, Life, Toronto, Mtv, North America, Frank Sinatra, Burlington, Julia Michaels, Parsi Khabar, Shanaya, Shanaya Patel, Dundas Square Shanaya, People 's Health Jazz Market, New Orleans Shanaya, Ella Fitzgerald Etta James


Freddie Mercury’s ‘trick’ that helped him win over Live Aid crowd

Rock band Queen’s performance at Live Aid in 1985 has often been hailed as one of the greatest gigs seen at Wembley Stadium. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has heaped praise on Queen’s late lead vocalist Freddie Mercury for winning over the crowd at Live Aid with a simple “trick”. Rock band Queen’s performance at Live Aid in 1985 has often been hailed as one of the greatest gigs seen at Wembley Stadium. While the 2018 film “Bohemian Rhapsody” pointed at the band secretly turning up the volum...
Tags: Music, Life, Wembley Stadium, Dave Grohl, Wembley, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Grohl, Freddie, FreddieMercuryClub Grohl


What’s a Zoroastrian? I’m One! | Dr. Zubin Damania on Zoroastrianism

Parsi Khabar readers will remember us featuring ZDOGG MD a while ago. Well, aapro Dr. Zubin Damania….aka ZDOGG MD has come up with a new video Zubin writes…. From Freddy Mercury to ZDoggMD, the Zoroastrians have been kicking a$$ since 550 BC. Here’s one doctor’s take on what the heck Zoroastrianism is. WARNING: this is based mostly on what my parents taught me and may therefore be ENTIRELY bullsh*t Your support makes what we do possible! More links about Zubin YouTube: https://www.youtu...
Tags: Music, Life, Freddy Mercury, Parsi Khabar, Zubin Damania, Zubin


Top 4 Tips To Grow Old in Style

Everyone gets old – it’s just a fact. And although it can initially feel difficult to cope with the prospect, it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. Getting older is also an exciting time – filled with many incredible opportunities. Not only will you now be able to do certain things – such as driving, drinking, etc. but you’ll also have the freedom to travel more regularly and make other big decisions by yourself – such as get married or buy a house. Life moves by so fast and you want to ma...
Tags: Marriage, Life, Relationships, Jazz


5 Great Reasons To Change Your Career

Tired of your job? Why not give something else a try? It’s becoming easier than ever to change your career and plenty of people are giving it a shot. Whether you wish you’d followed a different path, or your circumstances have changed, it’s never too late to make a change. Sometimes all you need is a little push to find a new job or give something different a try. Look at these 5 great reasons to change your career. 1. You’re unhappy It’s not unusual to feel unhappy in your job. Some people ...
Tags: Career, Life, Healthcare, Jazz, Career Change


3 Amazing and Simple Ways To Better Yourself

If there is one thing in life, we should all strive to do, it’s better ourselves. It matters not whether you improve in your personal life or your professional life; self-improvement is one of the primary keys to happiness. In this post, we are hoping to part with some wisdom that will be basic at its core, but hopefully, it will lead you towards the future and life you have always wanted. Why Do We Need to Improve? Well, the simple fact is that the world is moving forward, and every single da...
Tags: Life, Jazz, Usc, Simple Ways To Better Yourself


6 Reasons Why Your Family Might Need A Lawyer

You might think that lawyers are only there to help you when you get into trouble with the law or you have business dealings to manage, so you probably haven’t considered hiring one before. But there are actually a lot of different situations where you and your family could benefit from hiring a lawyer. If you don’t seek legal advice when you need it, you could find yourself in a tough situation. These are some of the situations when you and your family may need to speak to a lawyer. Injuries ...
Tags: Family, Life, Jazz, Estate Planning When


3 Adrenaline-Fueled Hobbies You Should Try This Year

The January Blues is a real thing! Every year starts off in the same way, you feel a little bit down and depressed after all the excitement of the festive season. It seems like as soon as the Christmas tree goes down, then all your spirits drop. As a result, you need a bit of a pick-me-up. Why don’t you inject some more excitement and adrenaline into your year by taking up a new hobby or two? I’m not thinking along the lines of your typical boring hobbies. Instead, here are some action-packed id...
Tags: Outdoors, Entertainment, Life, Jazz, Jason Momoa, Rock Climbing, Karting, Axe Throwing


Itzhak Perlman Appears on Sesame Street and Poignantly Shows Kids How to Play the Violin and Push Through Life’s Limits (1981)

I always champion anything that will improve the lives of people with disabilities and put it on the front burner. - Itzhak Perlman At its best, the Internet expands our horizons, introducing us to new interests and perspectives, forging connections and creating empathy. The educational children's series Sesame Street was doing all that decades earlier. Witness this brief clip from 1981, starring violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman and a six-year-old student from the Manhattan School of Music...
Tags: Health, Google, Music, Television, Education, Obama, College, Life, White House, K-12, Beethoven, Wall Street Journal, Facebook Twitter, Bach, Perlman, Itzhak Perlman


River by Navroze Godrej

Navroze Godrej recently put out his first solo music single. The song titled River is a beautifully composed ballad with Navroze’s soulful and free voice enhanced by some fantastic music. River by Navroze Godrej
Tags: Music, Life, Navroze, Navroze Godrej


The Lost Pleasures of Group Singing

To look through the photographic archives of bygone eras is to notice the prevalence of a common scene: people singing in groups. People singing in pews at church and with their families at home; people singing in bars and barracks, campgrounds and community gatherings. Such scenes have largely faded from our cultural photobook. Maybe you sang with your classmates as a child (though even this experience has been curtailed along with cuts to school music programs). But when was the last time yo...
Tags: Music, Washington, Life, Friendship, Daniel Pink, David Simmons, National Association for Music Education, NAFME, Congressional Chorus


Blues Musician Plays a Soul-Stirring Version of “Amazing Grace” at His Mother’s Funeral

The Dust to Digital Facebook page sets the scene: "Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram, play[s] an amazing and touching version of "Amazing Grace" at the funeral of his mother, Princess Pride, today. She was a great supporter of her son, and would have turned 50 tomorrow." Amazing and touching indeed. Make sure you play it all of the way through. And when you start the video, manually move up the volume icon at the bottom right of the video. In case it's not already clear, Kingfish is a professional ...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Life, Facebook Twitter, Kingfish, Christone Kingfish Ingram, Digital Facebook


Guys like Liam Payne need to stop writing songs about bisexual people

This article was previously published on Medium under a different headline. Monosexuals (people attracted to one gender), it’s time to talk about the songs you’ve been writing about bi people. More specifically, it’s time to admit that you need to stop writing songs about us. You’ve proven too many times that you are simply not up to the task. As far as I can tell, people who aren’t bi have only even written two types of songs about bi people: AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div...
Tags: Music, UK, Life, Lifestyle, Miami, Liam Payne, Tinie Tempah, Bisexual, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah, Ibiza, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Latifah, Payne, Said


Traditional Inuit Thoat Singing and the Modern World Collide in This Astonishing Video

Let’s just get this out of the way… Musically speaking, Inuit throat singing—or katajjaq—is not going to be everyone’s cup of tea. For all those who find this traditional form mesmerizing, there are others who get antsy with no lyrics or easily discernible melody on which to hang their hat, or who experience the bleak sound of the Arctic wind coupled with the singers’ preliminary breathing as a horror movie soundtrack. If, as a member of one of the latter camps, you feel inclined to bail af...
Tags: Travel, Google, Music, NYC, College, Life, Brian Eno, Mozart, Facebook Twitter, Wapikoni Mobile, Video - Arts & Culture, Mongolia Plays Heavy Metal, Video - Politics/Society, Katajjaq, Evie Mark, Eva Kaukai


3 Simple Changes That Will Make Your Weekend Routine Easier

  Working full-time can be very stressful and most people prefer to take the weekends off. Many people end up washing clothes and engaging in other routine chores on the weekend, but it’s important to take some time to enjoy you. If you work hard all week, then you should have time to go to a bar or restaurant. Some people don’t take a little bit of time to relax end up feeling crippled by stress. We have a lot of tools and technology available to make our lives easier, and people should utili...
Tags: Apple, Life, Jazz, Bosch


What influential locals are reading right now: Brandi Carlile

Fresh off three 2020 Grammy nominations — to double her three gilded gramophones from the 2019 ceremony — Maple Valley-based musician Brandi Carlile shares her literary pick.
Tags: Books, Music, News, Entertainment, Life, Brandi Carlile, Maple Valley


Review: Sleater-Kinney end their American tour in Seattle, a place ‘we call home’

With personnel changes and a newly pop-inflected sound, Sleater-Kinney's been under scrutiny. But at their latest performance in Seattle, the band's political convictions and devoted fanbase hadn't changed a bit.
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, Life, Seattle, Sleater Kinney


What’s there to do in Seattle this weekend? New bars, emotional movies and more

Take some time out with these events before Thanksgiving. Or, if you're stuck inside getting everything ready for Turkey Day, here are some at-home activity ideas.
Tags: Outdoors, Books, Music, Movies, News, Entertainment, Life, Events, Food & Drink, Seattle, Nightlife, TV/Streaming


Parallel Lines by Zarir Marfatia

26-year old Zarir Marfatia has always been driven by both creative and analytical interests. Struggling to choose between the two, he finally decided to pursue a parallel career path doing both. Qualified as a lawyer, working at a FinTech startup (FinTech is a portmanteau of two of the hottest industries currently, Finance and Technology) – Zarir’s latest foray has been into the world of music composition. Two months ago, Zarir released his first original single, Parallel Lines, which is availa...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Music, Life, Netflix, Fintech, Apple Music Spotify Amazon, Zarir, Yeh Ballet, Zarir Marfatia, Blackstratblues Nikhil D'Souza, Ankur Tewari


Ancient prayers for modern times: Ariana Vafadari

Further meets Persian-French opera singer Ariana Vafadari, who takes enigmatic Zoroastrian prayers from 3700 BC and transforms them into haunting operatic pieces that speak to 21st-century festival goers. As a young girl, growing up in Iran, Ariana Vafadari would listen to her father singing the ancient philosophical poems, or “Gathas,” that lie at the center of one of the world’s oldest religions, Zoroastrianism. Years later, as a mezzo soprano opera singer in Paris, she sang these same Gathas ...
Tags: Music, California, France, Life, Iran, Paris, Oslo, Occidental, Bombay Beach Biennale, Gathas, Vafadari, Ariana Vafadari, Zarathusthra, States India, Issa Murad, Oriental Occidental


Parsi Musician Releases First Single With All Proceeds Donated To Charity

“Run the Race Again” – A Brand New Instrumental Single by Nenshad Bardoliwalla Available NOW! ALL proceeds will go to charity! Apple Music / iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/run-the-race-again/1484762319 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5CIiGqQVOKBFZaoldPZVdy The Quick Story Behind “Run The Race Again” My parents relented and bought me my first guitar at a garage sale in 1984, after I begged them to get it for me and promised that I would take lessons. Since then, it was always ...
Tags: Music, Life, Girls Clubs of America, Girls Clubs of America So



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