Shohreh Solati celebrate her daughter pregnancy
Shohreh Solati born on January 4, 1959, to a well-to-do family of artists and entertainers, Shohreh developed an interest in music early on – singing at seven years of age. She later went on to study at the Conservatory of Music, where she received training in singing and the clarinet. Her first album titled Dokhtar-e-Mashreghi (Persian for “Eastern Girl”) was successful, garnering some notability. Magazines directed toward the youth in the 1970s also gave exposure to the singer. Shortly before the Revolution in 1979, Shohreh left to perform in a series of concerts in the United States and, due to restrictions imposed on entertainers by the new leadership, she was not able to return.