A Treat for Indie Music Lovers

Published: 02nd February 2015 06:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd February 2015 06:17 AM   |  A+A-

QUEEN’S ROAD: United 4 Music, a four participant performance by Anweshaa, Zubeen Garg, Kartik Das Baul and Supratik will be held in the city on Saturday.

Artistes:

A.jpgZubeen Garg music director and composer from Jorhat, Assam, has acquired a cult fame in Assam as an indigenous rockstar. He plays dhols, guitar, dotora, mandolin, keyboard and various percussion instruments.

Kartik Das Baul is a Baul singer from Gushkara in West Bengal. Starting with the Other Festival in December 2001, in Chennai, Kartik collaborated with Oikyotaan and infused different forms of Baul music into their repertoire. He is a well established performer who has worked with various world music organisations in Japan, Berlin and the US for their festivals.

AWESHNAA.jpgAnweshaa made her presence felt in the Indian music when she was 13 years old through the reality show Amul STAR Voice of India, Chhote Ustaad. She has also made her debut in commercial playback singing in a Hindi movie Golmaal Returns. Anweshaa has sung the song Tha Karke, which is said to be the most expensive song to ever be shot in Bollywood.

KARTHI.jpgSupratik is from the band Aurko and is the organiser of Alive India concerts.

The event will be held at The Courtyard, Phoenix Marketcity, Whitefield Main Road, on February 7, 6.30 pm onwards.

Tickets start at `300 and are available on www.bookmyshow.com. For more details call D B Dutta on 9845305675.

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