The demise of well-known singer Taz Stereo Nation has shocked followers and members of the music enterprise.
BBC Asia first the information of his demise, and the community paid respect to him on Twitter.
With cross-cultural Asian fusion music, the late singer made an area for himself within the music world.
Who was Taz Stereo Nation?
Tarsame Singh Saini, higher often known as Taz Stereo Nation, was a British singer of Indian heritage.
He was the lead singer of Stereo Nation, a band that was based in 1996.
In 1989, his debut album Hit the Deck spent 36 weeks on the high of the UK Asian pop chart.
Taz’s music was famous for fusing conventional Asian melodies with a pop sensibility from the West. Pyar Ho Gaya, Nachenge Saari Raat, and Gallan Gorian are a few of his most well-known items.
He additionally appeared in movies similar to Salsa and Don’t Stop Dreaming.
Singer recovers from Coma
While the reason for Taz Nation’s demise has but to be confirmed, he was beforehand revealed to have awoken from a coma.
“Dear All, Taz sir is no longer in a coma,” an announcement from Taz Stereo’s household acknowledged. Every day, he reveals indicators of progress.
“During this terrible time, the family has thanked everyone for their support and prayers.” The household will inform us all when there’s extra excellent news.”
On March 23, this yr, the above comment was made public. There had been no extra updates on the singer’s situation.
Tarsame Singh Saini’s followers and buddies mourns his demise
Several individuals flocked to Twitter shortly after studying of Taz’s demise to pay tribute to his excellent work and contributions to the music business.
“Deeply heartbroken to learn about the loss of Pop Singer (and) my brother Taz Stereo Nation, aka Johny Zee,” singer Sukshinder Shinda posted. May Waheguru Ji present the departed soul peace and the bereaved household power.”
“I was astonished and heartbroken to learn about Taz Stereo Nation’s death. We had a lot of fun as his buddy and lawyer, and we never gave up when things became rough. Addison Aaron International Lawyers tweeted, “To God, we belong, to God we return.”
One fan stated on Twitter, “I grew up listening to a pioneer in the music industry.”
Anyone remembers Stereo Nation? We grew up grooving to the songs. Pyaar hogaya, Nachaan gey saari raat had been form of like our anthems again within the day! May your soul discover relaxation Taz pic.twitter.com/MZLwfqVuxk
— FT (@altareeno) April 30, 2022
— Hardeep Dhadwal (@hdhadwalmufc) April 29, 2022
Just heard the heartbreaking information about @tazstereonation
From my 1st ever tour alongside him in 1999 to now was all the time a gentleman
Made pop bhangra that all of us hear now many years in the past & took it to the lots a pioneer
Your legacy lives on in your music my brother
Waheguru 🙏 pic.twitter.com/37zov0G5D5
— Jassi Sidhu (@Jassisidhu) April 29, 2022