Lakhwinder Wadali is a sensational Punjabi singer and composer, who is ease at singing folk songs, ghazals, bhangra and even devotional music. His ancestors were deeply rooted to Sufi Qawali music and hence he had adapted himself to this kind of singing since his childhood. Wadali’s dad, Ustad Puran Chand Wadali and relative, Ustad Pyare Lal Wadali, had formed Sufi Qawali duo and was perhaps the best musicians of the Patiala Gharana.
Even his grandfather was a very acclaimed and highly sought-after singer of his time. This singer was trained well by his father who later groomed him as a promising singer. Today, on account of his father's training, the singer has given a fresh twist to Punjabi music. Apart from his musical family background, the singer also holds a Master degree in music. He also pursued a doctorate in classical music (vocal).
For his vast musical knowledge, Lakhwinder could update the contemporary bhangra trend to keep his music new and diverse for audiences. Known for preserving Sufi culture throughout his musical career, the singer has recorded private albums and even taken up his musical journey though many international concerts. He has performed in many stage shows that were organized in Canada, Pakistan, Dubai, etc. The singer wants to groom singing talents within youths and has taken up initiatives in his village to teach music to those who would remain passionate to Sufi singing. Besides singing, he also acted in a Punjabi film ‘Akhiyan Udeekdiyan’ in 2009 and done playback singing for films too.
He rose to fame with songs like ‘De Deedar’, ‘Ishqe Daa Jaam’, ‘Velle’, and ‘Tu Bas Tu’, etc. This Punjabi singer is an ardent fan of Baljit Singh Padam, better known by his stage name Dr. Zeus, a Punjabi singer and music producer. Lakhwinder had performed the famous Jugalbandi in a musical concert with
Master Saleem( playback singer in
Heyy Babyy and
Love Aaj Kal) in 2014 which was an eloquent experience for live classical music audiences in his hometown Punjab.