'Speak Out Don't Beseech', Says the Band

Published: 10th December 2015 05:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2015 05:19 AM   |  A+A-


With lyrics like ‘Be everything/Be the power’, the Massive Vibe Live! band hopes to inspire every listener to take charge of their lives. The band will perform at Doffpub and Lounge on Saturday and Xtreme Sports Bar on December 18. CE catches up with the band.

Tell us about Massive Vibe Live!

When Massive Vibe Live! performs on stage, their music has a message that empowers the audience. We are on a tour. Apart from India, we will be performing at the UK, Sweden, and the USA. We have started the world tour in India with our debut album Electric & Alive. Our tour in India will be on until April 2016.

How did the band come together?

Queen Be! is the producer and lyricist of Massive Vibe Live! and she brought all of us together. She has also helped each of the band members develop their unique musical talent.

Why did you choose India as one of the countries to visit as part of the show?

On our first tour in India in the beginning of this year (2015), we were received with such great warmth and openness that it was clear to us that we had to come again and launch the international tour here.

What is the message you are trying to convey?

The lyrics of our songs pushes a person to empower himself or herself.

What do you like about

performing in this city?

At Bengaluru, we get an amazing audience and the music scene here is truly vibrant.

What are your strengths?

Complete dedication to the benefit of all opens inconceivable capacity in each human being. All of us in the band experience this on a daily basis. We feel great courage to speak up for the truth and the power human beings have, and to share music with a message in a fun and cheerful way.

What makes your band stand out from others?

We are driven by our passion for social profit, we focus all our energy solely on what will benefit all. People leave the concert empowered.

Band Members

Lead singer: John Wright, (UK)

Guitar and vocals: Henry Dingle (UK)

Percussions and masks: Samuel Hallett (UK)

Dance: Nicholas Hallett (UK)

Trombone: Ivan Buxton (UK)

Bass: Oliver Wells (UK)

Piano: Peter Mills (UK)

MC and Spoken Word:

Craig Reynolds (UK)

Drums: Daniel Norich (Australia)

Saxophone: George Turner (USA)

Mandolin: Johan Nilsson (Sweden)


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