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LRB announces Balam as its new vocalist

LRB announces Balam as its new vocalist

During an event under the tagline "The legacy continues," renowned vocalist Balam Jahangir was announced as the new frontman of LRB. Balam is a veteran in the Bangladeshi rock music scene, having been a vocalist for Warfaze alongside a successful solo career.

Popular singer Balam joined LRB, one of the most popular bands in the country, Friday when the band celebrated its twenty-eight-year journey in the entertainment industry. This year, the celebration was done in mourning mode without the band’s founder, lead vocalist and guitarist Ayub Bachchu (AB) who died Oct 18 last year.

As it is true that no other musicians can fill up the void which was created due to the death of legendary guitarist-songwriter-composer-singer in the country’s music industry, yet the band LRB (Love Runs Blind) wants to keep the legacy of AB to continue.

Following the appointment of Balam, the band announced his name in a celebration programme which took place in a restaurant in the capital on Friday (Apr 5).

About his joining the band, Balam said, “LRB is a big name in the music industry and everybody will remember the band and its work. Bachchu Bhai (Ayub Bachchu) was a legend in the country’s music arena. But strongly, I urge everyone to not to think of me as Bachchu Bhai’s replacement. I myself cannot reach the height of Ayub Bachchu. I will always try to support LRB and I wish everyone’s blessing for me.”

In 1991, AB left Souls after his stint in the band for 10 long years and formed LRB with the eagerness to create something revolutionary.