Iranian music stars died at age 58

Here are 8 famous musicians from Iran died at 58:

Abū al-Wafā' Būzjānī

Abū al-Wafā' Būzjānī (June 10, 0940 Buzhgan-July 1, 0998 Baghdad) a.k.a. Abul Wafa was an Iranian scientist, mathematician and astronomer.

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Farhad Mehrad

Farhad Mehrad (January 20, 1944 Tehran-August 31, 2002 Paris) also known as Farhad was an Iranian guitarist, pianist, songwriter, composer and singer.

His albums: Snow, Sleep while awake, Unity, Farhad, Volume 4: Alba, Friday, Palash, The Grey Week, Mirror, Goftegooyi Ba To and Sabz O Sefid O Khat Khati. Genres he performed include Folk music, Pop music and Rock music.

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Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou

Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou (December 22, 1930 Urmia-July 13, 1989 Vienna) a.k.a. Ebdulrehman Qasimlo was an Iranian politician.

He died as a result of firearm.

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Farrokhroo Parsa

Farrokhroo Parsa (March 22, 1922 Qom-May 8, 1980 Tehran) a.k.a. Dr. Farrokhroo Parsa or Farokhroo Parsa was an Iranian physician and politician.

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Hamid Mosadegh

Hamid Mosadegh (January 31, 1940 Shahreza-November 28, 1998 Tehran) was an Iranian personality.

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Fatimeh Pahlavi

Fatimeh Pahlavi (October 30, 1928 Tehran-June 2, 1987 London) was an Iranian personality. Her children are called Rana Hillyer, Kambiz Khatami, Ramin Khatami, Pari Khatami, Darius Pahlavi Hillyer and Kayvon Pahlavi Hillyer.

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Nader Shah Afshar

Nader Shah Afshar (October 22, 1688 Khorasan Province-June 19, 1747 Fathabad) a.k.a. Nadir Shah was an Iranian personality.

He died caused by assassination.

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Alireza Soleimani

Alireza Soleimani (February 2, 1956 Tehran-May 21, 2014 Tehran) was an Iranian wrestler.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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