The Guitar Society 28th July 2011

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Fever Entertainment Plans Concert Series

Amanda Sodhi

Fever Entertainment will be putting together a series of concerts with singers including Hariharan, Mohit Chauhan, Shaan, Jagjit Singh and Ghulam Ali.

“In our pursuit to offer the best musical entertainment to our audience, we have increased investments and roped in some of the best names in the music industry,” said S. Keerthivasan, business head of Fever Entertainment and Fever 104 FM. “Our future concerts will be on a much larger scale in India and in other countries as well. Our next series of concerts is just the beginning, watch out for more in the upcoming months.”

Previously Fever Entertainment had put together concerts featuring Kailash Kher, Pankaj Udhas, Shubha Mudgal and Hariharan. They even created a concert with Hariharan in Singapore.

Below follows their next concert series lineup and dates:

Mohit Chauhan Unplugged:
August 26 – Bangalore
August 28 – Kolkata

Tribute series with Shaan:
August 6 – Delhi

Fever Legends with Jagjit Singh & Ghulam Ali:
September 3 – Delhi
September 23 – Mumbai

Hariharan Unplugged:
September 24 – Chennai

Anushka Manchanda Has a Busy Year Ahead

Courtesy-Amanda Sodhi

Singer Anushka Manchanda sure has plenty of things going on. She will sing for Midival Punditz’s upcoming project and also will be collaborating with composers Jigar-Sachin. In addition, she has formed an independent electro-pop band Shkabang and has performed with Ashu’s Petri Dish Project.

Shkabang consists of five musicians from different genres. The band is building a fan-following through digital media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Manchanda plans to release an album with her band later this year.

“Shkabang is made up of musicians who want to get on stage and play music,” said Manchanda. “The only motive of Shkabang is to have fun with sound and break the boundaries by pushing their limits.”

Manchanda has delivered several hits including “Golmaa,” “Mit Jaaye Gham-Dum Maaro Dum,” “Tu Saala” and “Behke Behke.”

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Comments on: "MUSIC TODAY-INDIA" (6)

  1. Do you know it’s this post writer Amanda Sodhi’s birthday today?

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