Pammi Bai

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Pammi Bai is a singer/bhangra dancer from Jakhepal in the district of Sangrur, Punjab, India.[1]

Discography[edit]

  1. Ankhi Sher Punjab De (with Late Smt. Narinder Biba Ji)
  2. Amrit Baaja Wale Da (with Late Smt. Surinder Kaur Ji)
  3. Jawani Awaazaan Maardi
  4. Majje Malwe Duabe (Non-Stop Boliyan)
  5. Dance With Pammi Bai
  6. Nach Nach Pauni Dhammal
  7. Giddha Malwaian Da
  8. Nachde Punjabi
  9. Putt Punjabi - Son of Punjab (2006)
  10. Dhol Te Dhamaalan (2007)[2]
  11. Punjaban (2008-09)
  12. Punjabiyan Di Balle Balle (2011)
  13. Jugni (2013)
  14. Now ready to be released Single Tracks (One Song Music By Popsy U.K., One Song Music By Randy Canada, One Song Music By Kuljit and Raju Shankar)

Top songs[edit]

  1. "Aaari haye ve Aari" (Album: Nach-Nach Pauni Dhamaal [HMV])
  2. "Do Cheeza Jatt Mangda" (Album: Nach-Nach Pauni Dhamaal [HMV])
  3. "Allah Jaane" (Album: Nach-Nach Pauni Dhamaal [HMV])
  4. "Bholu" (Album: Gidha Malwayia Da [T-Series])
  5. "Boliyan" (Album: Gidha Malwayia Da [T-Series])
  6. "Jatt Punjabi" (Album: Nachde Punjabi [Fine Touch])
  7. "Pagg Patiala Shahi" (Album: Putt Punjabi - Son of Punjab [Frankfinn])
  8. "Jee Ni Jaan Nu Karda Rangli Duniya to" (Album: Bari-Barsi [HMV])
  9. "Yaar Driver" (Album: Gidha Malwayia Da [T-Series])
  10. "Jatti" (Album: Nachde Punjabi)
  11. "Punjaban" (Album: Punjaban [T-Series])
  12. "Lalkaare" (Album: Putt Punjabi - Son of Punjab [Frankfinn])
  13. "Punjabiya Di Balle Balle" (Album: Punjabiya Di Balle Balle [Vanjhali Records])
  14. "Mirza" (Album: Punjabiya Di Balle Balle [Vanjhali Records])
  15. "Jugni" (Album: Jugni [Live Folk Studio])
  16. "Arhi" (Album: Jugni [Live Folk Studio])

Music videos[edit]

  • "Do Cheeza Jat"
  • "Pagg Patiala"
  • "Jatt Punjabi"
  • "Allah Jaane"
  • "Aari"
  • "Gaddi Jatt Di"
  • "Mirza"
  • "Jugni"
  • "and more than 50 videos on YouTube also the live shows on U.S.A, Canada and others"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chaudhry, Amrita (5 June 2007). "Singer Pammi Bai recently returned from a tour of 14 American cities". Express India. Retrieved 2 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Dhol Te Dhamaalan". Allmusic. Retrieved 2 December 2010.