Ahmad Azad, originally known as Amirshahriyar Khomaki (born April 6, 1971 in the village of Khomak (Helmand), Zabol) is a singer, composer, poet, songwriter, musician, journalist, writer, presenter and radio and television programmer.
Ahmad Azad studied electrical engineering, flight engineering, piloting, a doctorate in metaphysics, and social psychology and clinical hypnosis at prestigious American universities.
Ahmad Azad lived in the village of Khomak until he was a primary school student, and then moved to Isfahan with his father and family for his father’s job reasons. He spent his elementary and high school years in Isfahan and then went abroad in 1978 and before the revolution.
Ahmad Azad became acquainted with music from his childhood and through his grandfather. He started teaching salfage with Houshang Beheshti and learning the rows and instruments of Iranian music with Taj Esfahani. After leaving Iran and while studying electrical engineering, he started learning the basics of music with Loghman Adhami and Mehdi Takestani.
When Siavash Zandegani came to the United States, he collaborated with him and performed a concert, as well as singing and rehearsing the vocal lines of Iranian music, including the vocal lines of Davati, Mirza Abdullah, Mahmoud Karimi, and other masters. Ahmad Azad has also used the lectures of Professor Habibullah Khan Badiei and Jalil Zaland and Professor Iraj.
Ahmad Azad is married and married. His wife’s name is Mastaneh Azad.