Ayub Bachchu(Bengali pronunciation: [ae̯ub batʃtʃu]; 16 August 1962 – 18 October 2018) was a Bangladeshi rock guitarist, composer, singer and songwriter, who was the founder of the Bangladeshi rock band LRB and earned success as the lead singer and the lead guitarist of the band. Born in Patiya, Bachchu came to Chittagong with his family in the early 1970s. His first band name is “Spider” (its the first band of chittagong). He joined a band named “Spider” in 1974. He played with “Spider” band as a main lead guitarist from year 1974 to 1977. Than he formed his first band “Ugly Boys” in 1977, while studying in high school and joined in rock band Feelings (Now known as Nagar Baul) as the guitarist the same year. He played in the band from 1977 to 1980. In 1980, he joined the band Souls where he played for ten years and appeared in four studio albums including Super Souls (1982), College Er Corridore (1985), Manush Matir Kachakachi (1987) and East and West (1988). In 1991, he left the band to form his own band LRB, where he was the vocalist and guitarist for 27 years, until his death in 2018. He released the first ever double album: LRB I and LRB II in 1992, with the band. LRB’s third studio album Shukh, which featured “Cholo Bodle Jai“, one of the greatest rock songs in Bangladesh.