Colonial Cousins Live in Concert @ Hyderabad

Colonial Cousins Live in Concert @ Hyderabad

 

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Colonial Cousins Live in Concert @ Hyderabad

An Indian tune combined with a variation of genres like blues, rock, folk and even techno beats with classical music that is not only trendy and traditional but also full of musical magic that can entice and capture its listeners taking them to another world. Presenting India’s best pop rock duo, the Colonial Cousins!!

With a unique brand of music that fused Indian and Western musical genres, the Colonial Cousins instantly won the hearts of young and old alike and created records and won them many awards as their albums hit platinum in sales in India alone and consistently busted the Indian music charts.

Now they will be performing on the 3rd of June 2012 Live and exclusive @ Hyderabad’s Shilpakala Vedika auditorium to support the Sparsh Hospice Care Center in Andhra Pradesh, the Colonial Cousins will be performing to raise funds towards the expansion of the hospice project and to get a corpus fund in place for the future.

Here’s a look at one of their most famous songs – “Krishna Nee Bega Baro

it`s Pure Indian Classical, it`s Modern Jazz and it`s not just a fusion of sounds... It`s the magic of the Colonial Cousins. So what are you still waiting for? Take this opportunity to be a part of one the best pop rock duo (band) in India and Book Your Passes Here NOW!!!                 

Sparsh Hospice Project:

SPARSH HOSPICE - The first of its kind in Andhra Pradesh, was started recently by Rotary Club of Banjara Hills in Hyderabad. Hospices already exist in Kerala (several), Bangalore, Mumbai and Delh. 

The title "SPARSH" which literally means "Touch" in sanskrit was suggested by our club member Vikas Ranka. We call it "Touch of Love" during the final stages of one's life. The project is headed by our club member Dr.Phani Sree who is trained in US and is a specialist in Palliative care. 

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