Amjad Sabri’s last Kalam crying today Sehri
امجد صابری کا آج سحری میں پڑھا آخری کلام جسے پڑھتے ہوئے وہ زار و قطار رونے لگے
The Sabri Brothers (Punjabi, Urdu: صابری برادران) is a music band from Pakistan performing Sufi qawwali music, closely connected to the Chishti Order. The band was initially founded and led by the late Ghulam Farid Sabri, whose periodic repeat use of “Allah” during songs has become a Sabri signature, and his younger brother late Maqbool Ahmed Sabri. After the brothers’ death,[when?] the band was led by Ghulam Farid’s son Amjad Fareed Sabri who continued the qawwali tradition.
The Sabri Brothers are considered the first exponents of qawwali music to the West, when they performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall in 1975. Many people consider the Sabris instrumentally more adventurous, rougher and more soulful than Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Sabri Brothers have given a number of soulful qawwali performances globally, and their stature in Pakistan is colossal.
On 22 June 2016, Amjad Fareed Sabri was killed in a targeted killing in Karachi.