Parabashi Project is the brainchild of our very own Rusho Mahtab (aka skinny_roo, x-Elephant Road) and Tushar Ahmed ( x-In Dhaka, x-Winning) . Their first album ‘Durey Kothai’ is in post-production awaiting release. The album contains 11 rock and soft rock numbers!
About The Project :
Parabashi Project is a studio recording project by two bangladeshi musicians, Tushar Ahmmed and Rusho Mahtab. Having conceived the idea in the summer of 2009, the duo started recording in late fall, 2009. While geographically apart (Tushar and Rusho live approx. 90 miles from each other), they used the internet (as invented by Al Gore) heavily for collaboration. Their debut album, 'Durey Kothai' is slated to be released in Bangladesh in the summer of 2010.
About Tushar Ahmmed :
Tushar has been mesmerizing audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with his voice for over two decades. Before moving to the United States in 1993, Tushar was the lead vocalist for the popular rock band 'In Dhaka'. His singing can also be heard on the hugely popular debut album from 'Warfaze'.
While attending college in Winona, Tushar hooked up with fellow musicians from Bangladesh and was soon performing at cultural events all across the United States. Him and his current band, 'Jagoron', continue to promote bengali music throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Tushar currently lives in Eagan, Minnesota.
About Rusho Mahtab :
Rusho Mahtab has been playing (one instrument or another) on and off for more than twenty years. In his hometown of Chittagong, he played with a number of popular bands and artists. In 1991 Rusho moved to Minnesota and has been playing with various bands and artists ever since. In 2000, He released his debut instrumental album, 'Song for The Missing Sons' for the North American Audience.
Rusho currently lives in Rochester, Minnesota.
Tracklists will be updated soon.....