Iran will not hear Western pop music

Iran will not hear Western pop musicIranian authorities deny the information that the Irish pop singer Chris de Burgh (Chris de Burgh) will give a concert in Tehran. About the concert, to be held in the fall, previously reported by the world media."The Department of music has not yet received any official request for the concert in Tehran Irish singer Chris de Burg. Therefore, no permit statement is not issued", - reported in the Ministry of culture and Islamic guidance of Iran.It was assumed that de Burgh - the author of the famous pop song "Lady in Red" - will perform with a local band "Arjan" 12-seat stadium. This would be a unique event: Western pop musicians gave concerts in Iran since the Islamic revolution of 1979. Rock music is in the country under the de facto ban.In February this year, I had another unprecedented concert with great political resonance: the new York Philharmonic orchestra performed in Pyongyang. After that went even talks that the DPRK can come and Eric Clapton (Eric Clapton), but he eventually said it has no plans to do that. Source: Iran will not hear Western pop music.

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