Abdi Behravanfar(Persian: عبدي بهروانفر) (born 1975) is an Iranian guitar player and he plays harmonica in country blues style with Fleming Khoshghadami. In 2000 he formed a band named Mud Band with 5 other members. They performed 4 concerts in blues rock and folk rock styles.Read More
Behravanfar made music for 4 short films,the one called "Gone Far Away" won the prize for the best music in JAVAN festival film in Iran. He also collaborated with Mohsen Namjoo on his Toranj album.
He recorded 15 songs before moving to Armenia in 2007 to study jazz in conservatory. Consequently he experienced playing at bars and cafés, even at metros and sidewalks; furthermore 6 concerts were held in Yerevan.
Back to Mashhad when recording his debut album named “Shalamrood”, he was learning Dotar with Ali Gholamrezayee Almajughi and it was accompanied with learning the ancient folk tales of Iran which caused his closeness toward Maghami and folk music,and it had its effect on his second album” Kokheo&Kalakhet” that has released 2009.
In may 2008 he released his debut Solo album Shalamrood by Bamahang Productions.In 2009 he released the album named ''Kokheo&Kalakhet " by Zirzamin production .