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Born in Bombay, Adrian D’souza started his musical pursuits at the age of five, performing on national radio and television. After getting a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the Bombay University, he joined the Louis Banks Quartet.
As an instrument of beauty in sound and looks, the harp not only looks elegant and eye-catching, it also sounds wonderful from the first notes plucked. Harpist and singer – songwriter Nush Lewis from Mumbai has been playing the harp for a while now.
Often called the 'man with the golden voice', he is regarded as the finest Indian artiste in the field of western popular music. A bass baritone, who sings just as easily in the tenor range, Gary Lawyer is equally comfortable with every genre of music - be it rock, pop, jazz, country or folk.
The name might not strike a chord immediately, though he has played at NH7 and also has his vinyl albums sold at The Revolver Club. But he’s got a musical talent which he is very passionate about, so much so that The Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock followed him to India.
It is a visual treat to watch a group of people produce music without any instruments. Avinash Tewari (beatbox, bass), Warsha Easwar (vocals, brass, strings), Aditi Ramesh (vocals, brass, strings), Arjun Nair (bass, vocals), Clyde Rodrigues (vocals, brass, strings) and Nagesh Reddy (beatbox) are India’s most in-tune a-cappella band, Voctronica.
Druv Kent is one of Asia’s leading creative musical artists and performers, recording in both English and Hindi, originally a native of Calcutta. Druv is a composer, singer-songwriter and storyteller of timeless stories set to modern contemporary music, delivering a world-class, unique offering.
Music was D’Silva’s greatest inspiration. He never dreamt it would one day be a career, as he always thought he would be a pilot or something. Throughout his academics, music was always his only constant, his liberation from the world. D’Silva pursued Science and later graphic design, but when he got to know that it was possible to make a living with music, he surrendered to its force, leaving his life in the hands of an Almighty decision.
A Parsee/Zoroastrian of Indian-Greek-Iranian heritage, Anaida was one of India's first pop singers of the 90s with more than 10 albums and the ability to sing in 17 languages. At the age of 15, she entered the Indian music scene with her hit single Hotline which also happened to be the first Indian single to be released. Soon she released her first album ‘Love Today Hai Nahi Asaan’ which became the highest-selling debut album of its time.
Based out of Mumbai, critically acclaimed guitarist-composer Ravi Iyer began his musical journey by learning the tabla during his childhood from his guru the late Shri V. Acharekar. Iyer won a gold medal for his solo tabla at an inter-school competition. Later, inspired by guitar virtuoso and his idol Ritchie Blackmore, he took up the guitar and since then, there’s been no looking back.
While he started out singing at the age of 3 and learned classical piano, Rhys found his interest veering towards woodwind instruments like the clarinet and the saxophone. He started his informal training at the age of 16 with his mentors ‘Jazzy’ Joe Pereira in Mumbai and Tala Faral in Indonesia. Rhys' musical influences include Joshua Redman, Abraham Laboriel, Snarky Puppy, Steely Dan, Maceo Parker and Shankar – Jaikishan.
Years before the iconic cone bra Madonna wore for her Blond Ambition tour, it was Indian jazz singer Asha Puthli who made it famous. What about Daft Punk who wore helmets at the Grammys. Puthli wore it in her music video Wild Samurai in 1981. With a four-octave range, conquering the East and West, the Indian born American has sung jazz, disco, rock and Indian music like no one ever did before.
Nischay Parekh and Jivraj Singh, better known by their surnames Parekh and Singh the dream-pop duo from the City of Joy – Kolkata, package their music with a distinctive visual narrative style that's hard to resist.
Shahin Badar, a versatile award winning singer/ songwriter, is world famous for her vocals in The Prodigy's 3 U.K. No.1 albums, the alaap chants in the banger 'Smack My Bitch Up' made her legendary and 'Get Up, Get Off'' further added to her popularity.
Rahul Sharma’s relationship with the santoor was no love at first sight, having picked up the instrument only when he was around 13; he recalls not taking the instrument seriously at all.
While Louiz Banks’ music has been loved by jazz aficionados for decades, the details of his life and work remained quite elusive. Did you know that he’s an avid painter, trumpeter and guitarist? Bet you didn’t know that.
The lovable duo Colonial Cousins, singers Leslee Lewis and Hariharan serenaded us in the 90s with songs like Krishna, Indian Rain, Sa Ni Dha Pa, Kai Zhala and many more, so much so that years later the new generation is also enjoying their music.
Love is in the air. Can’t express your love for that someone special? Let the music of Air Supply do the talking for you.
There are many young geniuses in our country but surpassing everyone’s expectations are those who are surprising the living legends of India with their extra ordinary skills. Lydian Nadhaswaram is a Chennai based pianist to watch out for, for his piano-playing will leave you stumped, getting viewers on the edge of their seats especially when you hear him play the fastest and the toughest western classical pieces.