Palvan Hamidov was born 1974. When he was five years old, he became interested in the game on the Dutar and singing. He was trained by his father and from the famous Turkmen musician Anna Annamuradov and the Turkmen Bakshi Master Djapar Bayramgulyev. During his career he has successfully participated in numerous local, state and international competitions, festivals and other events. In 2007 he was awarded the title of "Venerable Artist of Turkmenistan" and in 2009 the title "People's Artist of Turkmenistan" excellent. Since 2007 he has been director of the National Cultural Center.
Palvan Hamidov dedicated his songs among others to the poet Mahtumkuli Fragi, a Turkmen Sufi and poet, philosopher and humanist (ca. 1730 - ca. 1800). He is called as "Shakespeare of the East' and has fundamentally changed the Turkmen poetic language and brought them closer to the language of ordinary people. He is considered the national poet of Turkmenistan and had great influence on the political self-determination of his people. To date, many of his poems have been preserved, dedicated to the belief in peace and friendship and love.
Palvan Hamidov is accompanied by two other excellent musicians.