20th November, 2017
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Harshi wants to keep her birthday promise

The gorgeous and talented singer Harshi Madhaparia recently celebrated her birthday with full madness with her friends. She grabbed a mic and jumped on the podium to sing her new song Wada Jo Kiya, which the crowd went crazy on. The song released while she was on a concert Tour in the US and has already touched 5 million views on Zee Music in less than 2 weeks. Harshi rocked the night away with the crowd and her friends at a party in Mumbai. She kept her promise, “sabko daru pilana padega”.
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Divine Intervention

He is s familiar face at many major music festivals in the country and has also made his presence felt aboard. A local boy from the slums of Mumbai, Vivian Fernandes who goes by his stage name Divine, has brought his own style of hip hop and is today regarded as one of the top rappers, songwriter and composer in the city.
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“I wanted to always explore that depth and darkness within me, and find the beauty in that” – Gaurav Raina - Midival Pundtiz

The Delhi based boys from Midival Punditz – aka Gaurav Raina and Tapan Raj who laid the foundation for eclectic Indian electronica, have a 20-year-old roster boasting of performances with everyone from Anoushka Shankar and Karsh Kale to Alicia Keys and Norah Jones.
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Unparalleled Woman - Vandana Vishwas

ndo-Canadian musician Vandana Vishwas who recently won the 2016 Toronto Independent Music Awards in ‘Best World’ category, is truly an out of the box composer who is not afraid of experimenting fusing Indian music with other genres.
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SubraMania hits the city.

He’s been given the sobriquets 'Paganini of Indian classical music' and even 'God of Indian violin'. Dr L. Subramaniam noted violinist – composer is a living legend, a violinist who sends shivers down your spine with his mesmerizing solos and his playing techniques
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Whistling Melodies – the new form of listening to music

Whistling Melodies makes music sound different with their power packed whistling technics, using whistling to make music. It is a performance you have to experience. Its sheer skill and talent that the members possess.
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“We wanted to use a reference to Warner Bros”: Meet Bros

With the immense response garnered for most of the campaign songs for various sports events, soon India's population will be humming to the most catchy campaign tune of the year Roar on the Shore. ProCam International teamed up with the most popular and sensational Bollywood duo composers Meet Bros. Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh for the campaign song.
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2017 brings a mixed bouquet of talent for Shankar Mahadevan

There’s lots in the kitty for musical legend Shankar Mahadevan. Mahadevan who recently performed at the NH 7 in Pune and left many astounded by his repertoire and his new concept ‘My Country My Music’, collaborating with different new artists.
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“People were keen to know how a tabla player had become a singer.” Roopkumar Rathod

My career has had interesting twists and turns. Since my father was a pure classical singer, the atmosphere at home was always full of music. Several well known and established singers and musicians would come home and have a mehefil. If any of us children cried, my mother would give us an instrument to keep us busy. I still remember the day I gave my first concert when I was just six as a tabla player at Tejpal Hall.
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“It was hard to predict who would be the next one out of the show” – Sharvi Yadav

The Stage, India’s only English singing competition on Colors Infinity witnessed a nail-biting climax. Many who watched the show each weekend was hoping that their favorite would emerge winner. Did you also lay a bet on who would win?
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