Black Cats (band)

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Black Cats band
OriginLos Angeles, California, United States
Tehran, Iran (1960-1979)
GenresPersian Pop
Years active1960 - Present
LabelsCaltex Records, Taraneh Records, Avang Music
Associated actsPyruz, Sami Beigi, Kamran & Hooman, Edvin, Eddie Attar, Kamyar, Milad J
MembersShahbal Shabpareh
Hazhar Saleh
Past membersFarhad Mehrad (1967-?)
Ebi (1967-1979)
Shahram Shabpareh (1964-1979)
Pyruz & David (1992–1999)
Kamran & Hooman (1999–2004)
Kamyar & Hakim (2004-2008)
Sami & Eddie Attar (2008-2009)
Edvin (2013-2016)
Jordan Daem (2018-2019)
Milad J (2019-2020)

Black Cats is Los Angeles based Persian pop group founded and produced by Shahbal Shabpareh. The group was originally formed in 1960s Tehran as a rock outfit with members Hassan Shamaizadeh, Shahram Shabpareh, Farhad Mehrad, Shahbal Shabpareh[1][2] before being reborn in 1990s Los Angeles as a pop group. While band members and singers changed frequently over the next two decades, Shabpareh has consistently remained the group's manager and producer.[3][4][5]


Title Year Label
Pool 1992 Taraneh Records
Fever 1993 Caltex Records
Afsoone Gorbehaye Siah (Spell of the Cats) 1996 Caltex Records
Cinderella 1999 Caltex Records
The PopFather 2003 Caltex Records
Scream of the Cats 2006 Caltex Records
Dimbology 2009 Caltex Records
Rise of the Cats 2019 Avang Music


  1. "Starting with Shabpareh – Iranican". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2016-01-06. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "Farhad Mehrad's Official Website". Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  3. "Black Cats". Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  4. "The Black Cats-Shahbal Shabpareh". Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  5. "Black Cats Biography - زندگینامه". Retrieved 2016-01-06.

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