The Musical Journey Of Strings Ended After 33 Years
Leading Pakistani band Strings has announced the end of its musical journey after 33 years.
Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia announced the popular band Strings' end from the band's official Instagram account.
"This post is a bit different from regular posts. We've decided that today, March 25, 2021, is when we're ending Strings," the band's account posted.
"The last 33 years have been great for both of us. There are very few opportunities to work like this, and we are very grateful to our fans who made it possible. We hope they will also appreciate it."
"Even though the band is now technically gone, it has become an unbreakable bond that will keep us together no matter where life takes us", he said.
According to Stringsonline.net, the internationally renowned pop-rock band initially formed by four college students, Bilal Maqsood (singer and guitarist), Faisal Kapadia (singer), Rafiq Wazir Ali (synthesizer), and Kareem Bashir Bhoy (bass guitarist). ) It was established in 1988.
However, two members left the band in 1992, after which Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia returned in 2000.
The Strings, which has dominated the music industry for three decades, has released albums such as Sar Kiye Yeh Pahar, Najane Kyun, Koi Aanay Wala Hai, Aakhri Alvida, and super hit songs like Dhaani, and Duur.
The band also gained fame for their classic songs and memorable live performances, and their work was appreciated throughout the ages.