Ehsan Khajeh Amiri is an Iranian pop music singer. He is the son of celebrated Persian traditional music singer Iraj. He sang Iran national football team's official song for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.He has a son named Arshan, born in March 2013.
|Native name:||احسان خواجه امیری|
|Born:||Oct 29, 1984, Tehran, Iran|
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About Ehsan Khajeh Amiri
Iranian singer known for such pop albums as Salame Akhar, Baraye Avalin Bar, and Asheghaneha. He performed the anthem of the Iranian football team during the FIFA World Cup competition of 2014.
He released his debut album, Mano Baba (Me and Papa), in 2004.
Several of his singles, including "Emshab Shabe Mahtabe" ("The Moon is Shining Tonight") were prominently featured in Iranian films.
He grew up as the son of Iraj, otherwise known as Hossein Khajeh Amiri, a traditional music singer in Iran. At his father's behest, he decided to pursue a career in music.
Amiri and fellow singer Sami Yousuf were both born in Tehran, Iran.
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