Friday, December 22, 2006

Iranian-Born Singer Cures AIDS, ADD?

LAS VEGAS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Music not only soothes the savage beast, but it may also cure AIDS and Attention Deficit Disorder.

That is, if it’s music made by an Iranian-born singer named Nassiri.

He’s traveled around the world promoting the concept of universal peace through music and a lot of sick people have apparently been receptive to his message.

For instance, he says a South African disc jockey told him his music cured her of AIDS and he’s heard responses from other people who said his songs helped them with Attention Deficit Disorder.

Although curing diseases is one of the highest compliments you can give a musician, Nassiri remains humble and claims that “all good music heals.”

Nassiri is currently traveling the world to promote something called a “Cinematic Peace Initiative.” That’s where he goes to various countries around the world and hires local film crews to record children lip synching to his new song, “Love Has No Color.”

He’s been to 12 countries so far and hopes to film videos in eight more before he releases an album next year.

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