Sukhawat Ali Khan 

Hindi / Punjabi / Urdu Vocals 

Sukhawat (pronounced sue-ka-vat) was born in Pakistan. Ali Kahn's father was the great Ustad Salamat Ali Khan.
In the 1960's and 1970's, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan and Nazakat Ali Khan, Sukhawat's father and uncle respectively, were known throughout Europe and the rest of the world as the famous "Ali Brothers," rivaling Ravi Shankar's popularity in the United States in the genre.

By the age of ten, Sukhawat had become a regular featured singer at a local radio station. In keeping with his family's long tradition of musical innovation, Sukhawat performs five traditional styles of Indian music: North Indian and Pakistani classical (including ragas)Sufi Qawwali (devotional, spiritual, not of a particular religious origin) Indian Folk (upbeat, celebratory, dance music)Geet (romantic, dance style) and Gazal (sonnets, ballads, lyrical)