Armik Dashchi (Armik) is an Iranian-Armenian New Flamenco guitarist, composer, and producer. New flamenco guitarist displayed an interest in music while still a young child. When he was just seven years old, he pawned his watch for a classical guitar, which he hid, and practiced on in the basement. In 1960-1970, he mostly played jazz. He also contributed to the recordings of Iran’s most famous performers, including Googoosh (Faegheh Atashin), one of the most well-known Iranian singers during the 1970s. He also performed on many recordings of Dariush. During that time, Armik also gave guitar lessons. Many of the recordings from the album ”Rain Dancer” were picked up by radio stations that played entirely instrumental music. His second album was published in 1995 and received an equally positive response. The album reached gold status in Australia, where he is still very popular. Each part of the album is a creative composition. He continues to impress the audience with his works. The impressively written and unbelievably influential 11 masterpieces are fresh takes on Armik’s musical journeys.
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