Global Notes: Questions Surround Murder Of Pakistani Singer

A Pakistani painter gives final touches to a mural of slain Sufi singer Amjad Sabri to pay homage to him, in Karachi, Pakistan. Sabri, a well-known Pakistani Sufi singer who was shot dead in the port city of Karachi in an attack on last week claimed by Islamic extremists.
A Pakistani painter gives final touches to a mural of slain Sufi singer Amjad Sabri to pay homage to him, in Karachi, Pakistan. Sabri, a well-known Pakistani Sufi singer who was shot dead in the port city of Karachi in an attack on last week claimed by Islamic extremists. Shakil Adil / AP Photo
A Pakistani painter gives final touches to a mural of slain Sufi singer Amjad Sabri to pay homage to him, in Karachi, Pakistan. Sabri, a well-known Pakistani Sufi singer who was shot dead in the port city of Karachi in an attack on last week claimed by Islamic extremists.
A Pakistani painter gives final touches to a mural of slain Sufi singer Amjad Sabri to pay homage to him, in Karachi, Pakistan. Sabri, a well-known Pakistani Sufi singer who was shot dead in the port city of Karachi in an attack on last week claimed by Islamic extremists. Shakil Adil / AP Photo

Global Notes: Questions Surround Murder Of Pakistani Singer

On this week’s Global Notes we remember Pakistani Sufi qawwali singer Amjad Sabri with with Morning Shift and Radio M host Tony Sarabia. Sabri was gunned down last week in Karachi.

The singer began learning the qawwali tradition from his father when he was nine years old, performing on stage for the first time three years later. We listen to some of his music