Legendary singer-composer Lucky Akhand passes away
Observer Online Report
Legendary singer-composer Lucky Akhand has passed away at a hospital in the capital on Friday evening.
After a prolonged illness, he breathed his last at Mitford Hospital at 5:30pm, confirmed Ershadul Haque Tinku, a close aide of Lucky Akhand.
bdnews24.com adds: Akhand was a rage in the 1980s, when he doubled up as a singer, lyricist, composer and music director.
His first album 'Lucky Akhand' was released by record label Sargam in 1984.
"Eiye Neel Monihar", "Amay Deko Na", "Ritiniti Jani Na", "Age Jodi Jantam" and "Sumona" are some songs of this album that earned him a huge fan following.
After his brother Happy Akhand died in 1987, Lucky withdrew himself from music.
Then, after a decade, he hit the stage again, in 1998 with two albums "Porichoy Kobe Hobe" and "Bitrishna Jibone Amar".
He had been a regular in many live music sessions on television ever since.