The death of Taz Stereo Nation, a well-known vocalist, has devastated music fans and industry insiders. The news of his death was originally reported by BBC Asia, which paid tribute to him on Twitter. The late singer carved out a niche in the music world with his cross-cultural Asian fusion music.
Taz Stereo Nation, who was he?
Tarsame Singh Saini, better known by his stage name Taz Stereo Nation, was an Indian-born British singer. He was the lead singer for the band Stereo Nation, which was formed in 1996.
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Hit the Deck, his debut album, spent 36 weeks at the top of the UK Asian music chart in 1989. Taz’s music was known for combining traditional Asian melodies with a Western pop sensibility. Some of his most well-known works include Pyar Ho Gaya, Nachenge Saari Raat, and Gallan Gorian. Salsa and Don’t Stop Dreaming were two of his other flicks.
Singer wakes up from his coma
Taz Nation’s death has yet to be determined, but he was previously revealed to have awoken from a coma.
“Dear All, Taz sir is no longer in a coma,” Taz Stereo’s family said in a statement. He shows signs of improvement every day.
“The family has thanked everyone for their support and prayers at this difficult time.” When there is more positive news, the family will let us know.”
The aforesaid remark was made public on March 23 of this year. There was no further word about the singer’s health.
Tarsame Singh Saini’s followers and friends are saddened by his passing.
Following Taz’s death, many individuals took to Twitter to pay respect to his remarkable work and contributions to the music industry.
Sukshinder Shinda tweeted, “Deeply heartbroken to read about the passing of Pop Singer (and) my brother Taz Stereo Nation, aka Johny Zee.” May Waheguru Ji grant peace to the departed soul and strength to the bereaved family.”
— Hardeep Dhadwal (@hdhadwalmufc) April 29, 2022
“When I heard about Taz Stereo Nation’s death, I was stunned and heartbroken. As his friend and lawyer, we had a lot of fun and never gave up when things became tough.