Salar Rajabnik is a product of time spent in lots of seemingly contrasting places. Born in the Atlanta area, he was immersed in the world of southern American music early on. The strong Persian cultural influence of his father, an Iranian immigrant, was just as evident at a young age. From the beginning this unexpected amalgamation of cultures began to create the foundation that would define him as a musician and person.
While his influences seem conflicting on the surface level, the underlying and unifying principles are strong. Salar has always been about playing with heart, soul, and honesty.
After years of playing in bands and as both a live and studio musician, Salar relocated to Nashville and formed a backing band, Moon Age, in 2014. Salar’s upcoming solo album, Black & White World, is set to release in 2017.