RadioandMusic
Interviews  |  20 Jul 2018

To develop the base of any song, you need to learn khayal: Deborshee Bhattacharya

MUMBAI: NCPA Umang, which is slated to be galore of some mesmerising khayal performances, will have a peshkash by Deborshee Bhattacharya. A khayal singer, Deborshee began his training under the guidance of his mother Bhattacharya at the age of six-seven.

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Interviews  |  25 Jan 2018

Meeting Prime Minister Modi was a major turning point in my life: Ricky Kej

MUMBAI: Ricky Kej, a Grammy Awardee at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards for his album Winds of Samsara, is one of the Key speakers at the eighth edition of TEDxGateway which is scheduled on 4 February 2018 in Mumbai.

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Interviews  |  18 Jan 2018

EDM does not have any intellectual value for me: Lifafa

MUMBAI: He will not say what's pleasing to the ears, but what's true to his heart. He will not mince his words, but words do matter to him. He is not the biggest star, but indeed the brightest when he takes over the stage. We are talking about Suryakant Sawhney aka Lifafa.

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Interviews  |  27 Dec 2017

Indian Classical music helps broaden your vision: Ishita Sinha

MUMBAI: LA-Delhi based versatile composer-singer, Ishita Sinha is a known name internationally today. The artiste has worked with names such as Emmy Award winner Nathan Wang and been a solo vocalist for Treehouse Music, LA.

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rj
Interviews  |  22 Dec 2017

You build a connection with your listeners over a period of time: RJ Swati

MUMBAI: Red FM’s Drama Queen, RJ Swati loves being satirical, but what upsets her most is the Indian mentality of not accepting satire sportingly.

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Interviews  |  13 Dec 2017

RJ Raunac's Mumbai to Delhi journey via Lucknow

Radio happened to this RJ natural. After various jobs in the marketing and service industry, he understood that radio was the only path he wanted to walk on. Well, we are talking about RED FM Delhi’s famous RJ Raunac known for his character Bauaa.

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Interviews  |  13 Dec 2017

I feel incredibly fortunate and blessed to have been a performing musician: Ranjit Barot

Ranjit Barot falls in the rare class of musicians. He is a successful score composer, music director, singer and an exceptional drummer.

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Interviews  |  09 Dec 2017

I think Arijit Singh is incredibly talented: Nucleya

MUMBAI: Nucleya is one of the finest music producers in India and there is no doubt about it. This 39-year-old did not need Bollywood to make him famous, his two decade long contribution to the music industry has earned him his late stardom.

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Interviews  |  09 Dec 2017

Ghazal is the next big thing in music field: Tauseef Akhtar

MUMBAI: It is hard to carry successfully legacy ahead, but the gift of original Ghazal music is being successfully carried by maestro Tauseef Akhtar. The singer himself is known as a new age Ghazal singer and has managed to attract the attention of the youth towards Ghazal.

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Interviews  |  07 Dec 2017

India has so much energy and loyal fans: Martin Garrix

MUMBAI: Martin Garrix needs no introduction in India. He has been a part of the Indian music family. But, for the unintended this Dutch DJ has been ranked number one on DJ’s Mag not once but twice and he owns the STMPD RCRDS label. He has managed to do it all at just 21.

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Interviews  |  06 Dec 2017

I feel privileged and humbled to be coming to India: Jason Derulo

MUMBAI: American singer, songwriter, dancer, Jason Derulo’s maiden trip to India has been made possible by TIMEOUT 72, a festival that will celebrate music over three days at Vagator, Goa and the singer is looking forward to making the best of it.

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Dee Wood
Interviews  |  28 Nov 2017

I love listening to Indian Classical music: Dee Wood

I love listening to Indian Classical music: Dee Wood

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