Adnan Sabir, an East Village singer/songwriter, arrived in New York from Karachi by way of West Haven, Connecticut. His music, much like his journey, is a reflection of his diversity and a personal evolution. Whether strumming a guitar or plucking a banjo, his vocal stylings are evocative of a bygone era. He recalls the "memorable melodies" of India and Pakistan from his childhood. They remain in him still. The rich mix of influences allows the singer to craft simple, catchy pieces both haunting and pleasant (notably on songs like "Up," "Daddy" and "Jackson Heights Matinee"). His earlier recordings are getting airplay on the local NYC radio station 87.7 FM. He is currently hard at work on his first full-length CD and performs in the New York City area frequently seen performing amongst the group (some say family) of singer/songwriters known as the Big City Folk.