Salman Ahmad confirms classic Junoon comeback

Guitarist stated that 2018 will witness the band's reunion


Entertainment Desk February 05, 2018
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KARACHI: Speculations regarding Junoon's reunion have been rife for ages now. Guitarist Salman Ahmad has, at several incidences in the past, hinted at a possible reunion of the original band which included Ali Azmat and Brian O'Connell.



The musician earlier revealed that he will be paying tribute to the greatest Pakistani bands of all time such as Junoon and Vital Signs. He said, "In 2018, I am producing a unique Broadway-style show which will pay tribute to three legends, Nazia and Zoheb Hassan, Junoon and Vital Signs. I’ve already been in talks with Zoheb, JJ’s sons, Momina Mustehsan, Asim Azhar, Irtaash and a few others."

Adding further, the ace guitarist said that he has been speaking to Azmat, O'Connel, Rohail Hyaat and Shahi Hasan to come together.

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But now, speaking to the The Express Tribune, Ahmad has just confirmed that the lineup is now ready. "The classic Junoon line up is ready to take off in 2018," he said. "We're doing it for the fans who deserve to see unity and hope once again."

Ahmad further quoted, "This reunion is celebrating 25 years of Junoon and the 20th anniversary of our album Azadi."



Needless to say, we can’t wait to see what 2018's Junoon has in store for us.

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COMMENTS (7)

Shiraz Hassan | 3 years ago | Reply Well ! I Wish it 'd have happend years back when in my youth :(
Haji Atiya | 3 years ago | Reply @F: Why ? We just love seeing him play with that dopey racoon cap he wears.
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