Ali Azmat has never meant to be stopping at any one point. Not with his music, not with his life. He has been an unstoppable force all through his life. He was part of the first and only performance staged on the floor of the United Nation General Assembly.
He has been on an unstoppable and never-ending run of success ever since he held the guitar for the first time. His life started with touring different cities on Pakistan. As soon as he got recognition on national arena, he started exploring international arena. Ali received a warm welcome wherever he went. He remained restless and continued to explore the world on his own; yet held his roots in his beloved country – Pakistan.
He has been invited to perform in many countries around the globe. Ali has toured regularly and extensively throughout Europe, America, Canada, Middle East, India and China. He has represented Pakistan in many international music festivals.
Apart from music, Ali’s adventures continue in his personal life. Ali has never been bothered by his fans. He loves them as much his own music. When looking for some time of his own, he picks his guitar, kicks his bike and explore the nature as free spirit.
Music, adventure and fan club are what Ali is all about.
Pakistani rock icon Ali Azmat began his career as lead singer for the iconic Pakistani rock band Junoon (dubbed the U2 of South Asia by the New York Times). A solo artist since 2003, he is now reinventing the South Asian music scene, exhilarating audiences everywhere with his passionate and poetic fusion of east/west musical traditions.Born in Pakistan,Ali began singing professionally when he was very young. He was only seventeen when, his original song, “Dosti,” propelled him to stardom. Dosti means “friendship,” and in 1999 Junoon was invited to India by the Indian Prime Minister, to sing “Dosti” as a gesture of peace between India and Pakistan. In October 2001, he sang it again, this time on the floor of the United Nations.