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Viguen moved to the United States in and settled in California. Vigen’s innovative and upbeat style of music had a great influence on paving the way for a new genre of Iranian music, influenced by Western European and Latin American styles. During World War II , the family moved to the northern city of Tabriz where local Azerbaijani nationalists declared the area a separatist republic, with the help of the occupying Soviet forces. He was also one of the first Iranian entertainers to perform with a guitar. More than songs were recorded during his long career. Azat Or Archive in Western Armenian. Retrieved from ” https:
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Views Read Edit View history. Sputnik Armenia in Armenian. Vigen was of Iranian-Armenian ethnicity and during the golden age of Persian pop early s until the Islamic Revolutionmany Iranian performers and celebrities—among them DelkashPouran, and Elaheh —yearned to be associated with him. Karo DerderianViguen’s older brother was a well known Iranian poet and wrote the lyrics for Viguen’s signature song, “Lala’ee” Lullaby.
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Azat Or Archive in Western Armenian. He later on founded “Vigen film” to produce his own movies but did not pursue the enterprise. He celebrated the 50th anniversary of his career at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles in February Vigen Derderian World news”.
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Viguen was born into an Iranian-Armenian family of eight children in the western Iranian city of Hamadan. Vigen’s cinematic debut came in when he was discovered by the prominent Armenian-Iranian director Samuel Khachikian for a role in his film “Chaharrahe Havades” Crossroads of Incidents.
Lalai (لالایی) (English translation)
Retrieved from ” https: Equated to Elvis Presley by some fans in Iran, Viguen’s debonair looks and his tall and athletic physique added to his appeal as Iran’s first male pop star – particularly among young Iranian women at a time when ideas of emancipation and liberalism were taking hold in the s and 60s. Viguen moved to the United States in and settled in California.
He would return to Iran yearly to do concerts and perform in Vegas-styled nightclubs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Vigen’s innovative and upbeat style of music had a great influence on paving the way for a new genre of Iranian music, influenced by Western European and Latin American styles. This page was last edited on 8 Septemberat His musical and performing talents soon captured the attention of many prominent Iranian lyricists and composers such as Parveez Vakili and Kareem Fakkour, and together they created some of Iran’s most memorable songs.
His second wife was named Nadia and they had one daughter named, Evelyn Vigen, and one son named Edwin Derderian. After the Islamic Revolution ofhe was exiled to the United States because pop music was no longer allowed in Iran.
During World War IIthe family moved to the northern city of Tabriz where local Azerbaijani nationalists declared the area a separatist republic, with the help of the occupying Soviet forces.
Archived from the original on 13 July Retrieved 7 September He was also one of the first Iranian entertainers to perform with a guitar.