With Coke Studio 2010, Tina Sani not only makes her first appearance in the series but also returns to a recording studio after a hiatus of 16 years. Sani’s distinction has been her contemporary outlook to ghazal-singing, which has been refreshing all the way. Be it the haunting “Bahaar Aye”, the melodious “Koi Baat Karo”, the poignant “Chotti si Ghalat Fehmi”, the lively and soulful “Kharee Neem kay Neechay” or Iqbal Bano’s inimitable and haunting “Dasht-e-Tanhai”, Sani’s refined and measured experiments have made even the harshest critic concede her flair.
When pop ruled the airwaves, these men made the nation rock and groove to their thunderous drumming and electrifying guitar-playing. Regarded as Pakistan’s premier rock band, Karavan with some shuffles now comprises of guitar guru Asad Ahmed, powerhouse vocalist Tanseer Dar, groovy bassist Sameer Ahmed and popular drummer Alan Smith. With four albums under their belt, they are gearing up for the release of their latest album Saraa Jahaan.