Amir Ali, violinist
Vibrato-AE Violin (BAR-AEVR) in Red-Berry Burst
Bio: Amir Ali founded MoRockin in 1998, leading the band in vocals and violin. MoRockin, which offers a unique high-energy vibe, blending North African, Middle Eastern and other world beats with electronic instruments, is currently performing at Walt Disney World Florida, representing Morocco.
Ali has performed at many national and international events, conventions, theme parks and world music festivals. Ali has recorded with SONY, Warner Brothers, Walt Disney, Caliber Records and Universal Studios. Ali has toured and recorded with famous artists such as Emilio Estephane, Steve Bailey, Leeboys, KC Porter, Elan, Cheb Khaled, Hatim Ammor and more. Ali can be heard on the album by Grammy Award winner and master bassist, Victor Wooten, as well as on the next album by director of the album KASHMIR of Led Zepplin Hossam Ramzy.
Ali's music is a regular on Moroccon National Radio, and he has debuted on TV shows around the country. Ali has also performed in Moroccan films with producer and actor, Bachir Skirej. In Washington D.C., Moroccan TV created a documentary about Ali, airing on major Moroccan and Middle Eastern TV stations. Ali has released two albums with MoRockin, Sand's of Time and One World, and released a solo album, Mina, accompanied by a music video. He also has an album collaboration with long time friend ABDOU CHERIF.
In January 2007, Amir came back from Morocco a major album promotion, signed a distribution deal with a major label and gave live performances on television and private shows with Hatim Ammor, Abdou Cherif and Said Chraibi.
To learn more about Ali, please visit his pages on Facebook or www.morockin.com.