Neena Hamaid is one the member of the Abbasuddin’s revolutionary work with folk music and its revitalization.
Agee Janinaire Doyal is one of most popular Bangla Folk
For our readers interest here it is included the full team.She is better known by her song amar sonar moina pakhi live at saltlake.
Abdul Karim: from Sylhet
Abdur Rahman Bayati: from Jessore
Binoy Bansi Das: rhythm-specialist from Chittagong
Bijoy Sarker: from Jessore, deceased
Farida Parveen: unrivalled in Lalon Geeti, known for three decades, carried out huge projects on modernising and popularising Lalon geeti
Ferdousi Rahman: immensely popular for three decades, heir to rich tradition established by her father, Abbasuddin,
Horolal Rai: deceased
Kanai Lal Shil: dotara player, deceased
Kangalini Sufia: singer from Chittagong
Khoda Box Shai: from Kustia
Kutubul Alam: gombhira singer from Rajshahi
Neena Hamid: contemporary
Saydur Rahman Bayati: from Manikganj
Rowshan Bayati: from Jessore
Way to Bangla Folk song :-
Her forefather hailed from Cooch Behar, which is home to the bhawaiya songs and he was also the younger brother of legendary artist Abbasuddin.Yet, his family, meaning the younger generation have long forgotten the treasures that brought us pride and glory. Starting with Abbasuddin who paved the way for folk songs to be recorded in the national media, hands were joined in with Jasimuddin who discovered the treasures from Southern Bengal and added to the trousseau. Artists like Abdul Alim and members of the Abbasuddin family carried on the tradition, yet in recent times folk songs have not received their due share of eminence.