Ferhat Tunç

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Ferhat Tunç
Birth name Ferhat Tunç Yoslun
Born (1964-03-14) 14 March 1964 (age 52)
Ovacık, Tunceli, Turkey
Genres Turkish folk music, Kurdish folk music, Zazaki folk music, Alevite folk music, Protest song
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Writer
Instruments Bağlama, Singing
Website www.ferhattunc.net

Ferhat Tunç is a Zaza-Kurdish musician from Turkey.

Ferhat Tunç in Oslo, August 2012

The Zaza-Kurdish, Alevi muslim, Turkish national singer Ferhat Tunç was born in 1964 in the city of Tunceli, in Turkey's eastern province of Tunceli.

His album Dersim - Kirmanciye Laments of 2012 reached number 9 of World Music Charts Europe in July 2012 and number 10 in August.[1]

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  1. ^ Johannes Theurer (list compiler) (1 August 2012). "World Music Charts Europe August 2012". Worldmusic Workshop of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). Retrieved 1 August 2012.