Gooni Gooni Pa Pa has passed 25 years without a title. On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the Bangladeshi band has enthralled the music fans of Dhaka with one popular song after another.
The final concert of Untitled’s year-long silver jubilee celebration was held in Dhaka on Thursday (September 8) night. The popular band performed with the Mumbai-based Symphony Orchestra in concert.
A special concert was organized at Dhaka’s International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) on Thursday from 6 pm to 10:30 pm in collaboration with marketing communication agency Brandmith Experiential.
Several popular rock stars of Bangladesh joined the band, including Bappa Majumder from Dalchut, George Lincoln D’Costa from Artcell, Raf Al Hasan Rafa from Avoidrafa, Rahul Anand from Jala Song, Syed Ziaur Rahman Turya and Iqbal Asif Jewel from Miles.
Besides, Palash Noor from Wharfage, Bakhtiar Hossain from Bay of Bengal, Prabar Ripon from Sonar Bangla Circus and Grasshopper Choir among others performed some of the band’s famous songs along with Untitled at the concert.
Untitled started his journey in the world of music with his first album “Jahaji” in 1996. After that, one by one, “Valobasa Megh”, “Cafeteria”, “Birds”, “Bandhu Window”, “Abar Hasimukh”, “Ichhe Ghuri”, “Bullet or Poem”, “Silent Adhaar”, “Ei Abelaya”, “Bangladesh” The band became popular with the music audience with albums like
Saiful Islam, a banker who attended the concert with his friends, said, “For me and my friends, Untitled is a nod to nostalgia. During our university days we used to sing along to the songs of these bands. Today we are really happy that the band has come this far with success.”
The band’s founder and bass guitarist Ziaur Rahman Zia thanked everyone in attendance for giving Untitled a lot of love and support throughout the year.
Addressing the audience present at the concert, Ziaur Rahman Zia said, “You have made Tittaheen a legendary band in Bangladesh. We are fortunate and proud to have you all with us today. I’m sure the band will continue to be close to your hearts long after we’re gone.”
Untitled could not celebrate its silver jubilee due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, this year the Bangladeshi band celebrated its 25th anniversary with several concerts in the country and abroad. They also released videos and new songs as part of the year-long silver jubilee celebrations.