Ayaan Ali Khan
Ayaan Ali Bangash was conceived 5 September 1979 as the child of sarod player Amjad Ali Khan and Subhalakshmi Barua Khan, a traditional artist. His original name was Bangash and he was brought into the world in essentially the fifth era of artists; the Bangash ancestry professes to have designed the sarod. Khan has a more established sibling, Amaan, and they were shown music by their dad since early on and later started to perform with their dad on show visits.
Ayaan Ali Bangash has performed with his dad and sibling since the last part of the 1980s and performed at Carnegie Hall in 1997. He delivered his performance debut collection of old style music in 1999. Khan facilitated the music ability show Sa Re Ga Ma on Zee TV with his sibling for a considerable length of time in the mid 2000s. In 2002, Khan and his sibling composed a book about their dad, Abba: God’s Greatest Gift To Us. Moksha, a 2005 collection made in with Amaan and Amjad Ali Khan and delivered by Real World Records, was selected for Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album. The siblings delivered Reincarnation, a collection of world combination music, in 2006, and a topical collection, Mystic Dunes, in 2007, and visited universally. They were granted a Lycra Style Award from MTV India in 2006. Khan and his sibling additionally sing, remembering for the 2007 accolade collection Remembering Mahatma Gandhi. Khan joined his family to perform for the Parliament of India in 2007. In 2009, in the wake of working under a film contract that precluded public appearances for a year, the siblings got back to making music when the creation by Bollywood chief J. P. Dutta was dropped. They delivered a Sufi music collection called Rang in 2012. They additionally delivered another collection called Headwaters in October 2013.
Early life and career
In 2008, Ayaan Ali Bangash wedded Neema Sharma, little girl of Indian movie maker, entertainer, and chief Romesh Sharma. On August 1, 2012, Neema Ali Bangash brought forth twin young men, Zohaan Ali Bangash and Abeer Ali Bangash.
Raga Bageshwari (1999)
Raga Shree (2002)
Harmonies of Devotion (2005)
Ayaan and Amaan Ali Bangash
Raga Puriya Kalyan, Rageshwari (2002)
Surprises (2006) – with Matthew Barley (cello)
Spiritualist Dunes (2006)
Amjad, Ayaan, and Amaan Ali Bangash
Sarod Ghar (2000)
The Legendary Lineage
Sarod Maestro Amjad Ali Khan – With Sons (2001)
Sarod for Harmony – Live at Carnegie Hall (2002)
Sarod Trilogy (2006)
Recollecting Mahatma Gandhi (2007)