PRONITE is an event which features leading bands of Telugu states, conducted by Osmania Medical College.
What makes city-based regional band Jammersstand out among their peers is that they can effectively weave Carnatic music along with film tracks. “I’ve trained in Carnatic music for many years now. It’s a genre that is liberating and there is so much to learn and explore,” says lead singer Krishna Tejasvi (KT). Along with Krishna, the band consists of Shashank Bhaskaruni — a Grade VIII drummer from Trinity College, London, keyboardist Naren RKS, guitarist Chinna Swamy and bass guitarist Jagadish Chintala (trained from Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music).
The regional band has been rocking the circuit in the city, giving Carnatic Music a new edge. However, it’s the way Jammers presents their set that captivates the audience. They blend Carnatic kirtanas with retro film songs that have a similar raaga — for instance, Chiranjeevi’s Yamaha Nagari with a popular kriti Raghu Vamsa Sudhambudhi (composed by Patnam Subramania Iyer).
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