Awaz Band’s Haroon Rashid Finally Ties Knot

Haroon Rashid from Awaz Band of the 90s has finally tied the knot in an intimate ceremony amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He has finally said goodbye to his bachelor life.

We have observed that during these quarantine days, a number of celebrities have got married in simple ceremonies.

However, we are surprised to know that our all-time favorite Haroon Rashid from Awaz Band has got married in June 2020.

Haroon Rashid - Haroon Rashid from Awaz Band of 90s has finally tied knot in an intimate ceremony amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He has finally said goodbye to his bachelor life. We have observed that during these quarantine days, a number of celebrities have got married in simple ceremonies. However, we are surprised to know that our all-time favourite Haroon Rashid from Awaz Band has got married in June 2020. According to the details, Haroon’s bride name is Farwa and the couple got married in an intimate nikkah ceremony among close friends and family. The couple was looking so adorable in matching white outfits. The nikkah took place at Bani Gala in Islamabad. Haroon Rashid was dressed up in Amir Adnan to begin with the new chapter of his life. About Haroon Haroon Rashid is a British-born Pakistani singer-songwriter, music producer, composer, director and social activist. Formerly a member of the pop band Awaz in the 1990s, Haroon has sold millions of singles and albums worldwide and has performed at large venues such as the Wembley Arena. He is 47 years old. Haroon Rashid’s Career Haroon's first career solo album, Haroon Ki Awaz, which he produced, engineered and recorded himself, was released in October 2000. In 2001 and 2002, he toured the UK and US. In 2001, Haroon received the "Outstanding Contribution to Asian Music" award from the BBC Asia Awards show. Haroon released his third solo album Haroon Ka Nasha in March 2007 again composed, recorded, produced, engineered and mixed by himself at his personal studio. Throughout his music career, Haroon has regularly produced songs and videos with socially conscious messages such as the anti-corruption hit Mr. Fraudiay and Ghoom Ghoom which provided a message of interfaith. He has sold over five million albums worldwide. He is also an audio engineer, having set up his own recording studio. Haroon has campaigned for peace and tolerance and highlighted corruption through his music. In 2007, he received the Ambassador for Peace award in Denmark from the Youth for Human Rights Organization. He is the co-founder of the All Music Performers Pakistan Society (AMPPS), which focuses on rights for musicians. Haroon served as a board member of the Pakistan Copyright Board, working closely with the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan (IPOP) and WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) to help set up Pakistan's first royalty collection organization.

According to the details, Haroon’s bride’s name is Farwa and the couple got married in an intimate nikkah ceremony held at Bani Gala in Islamabad among close friends and family.

The couple was looking so adorable in matching white outfits.

About Haroon Rashid

Haroon Rashid is a British-born Pakistani singer-songwriter, music producer, composer, director, and social activist.

Formerly a member of the pop band Awaz in the 1990s, Haroon has sold millions of singles and albums worldwide and has performed at large venues such as the Wembley Arena. He is 47 years old.

Haroon Rashid’s Career

Haroon’s first career solo album, Haroon Ki Awaz, which he produced, engineered and recorded himself, was released in October 2000.

In 2001 and 2002, he toured the UK and the US. In 2001, Haroon received the “Outstanding Contribution to Asian Music” award from the BBC Asia Awards show.

Haroon released his third solo album Haroon Ka Nasha in March 2007 again composed, recorded, produced, engineered, and mixed by himself at his personal studio.

Throughout his music career, Haroon has regularly produced songs and videos with socially conscious messages such as the anti-corruption hit Mr. Fraudiay and Ghoom Ghoom which provided a message of interfaith.

He has sold over five million albums worldwide. He is also an audio engineer, having set up his own recording studio.

Haroon has campaigned for peace and tolerance and highlighted corruption through his music.

In 2007, he received the Ambassador for Peace award in Denmark from the Youth for Human Rights Organization.

He is the co-founder of the All Music Performers Pakistan Society (AMPPS), which focuses on rights for musicians.

Haroon served as a board member of the Pakistan Copyright Board, working closely with the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan (IPOP) and WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) to help set up Pakistan’s first royalty collection organization.