Videos tagged with "festival"

E-SA & His Troupe from Maldives, participated in South Asian Rock Band 2012 [04:26]
6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls (Bangladesh), Thriloka (Sri Lanka), E- SA & His Troupe (Maldives), The Likens (Bhutan), Blaze (Myanmar) and Jindabaad (Nepal), all of whom are making their debut at the South Asian Bands Festival. Thisfootage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South ...

An awesome performance by NASYA at South Asian Band Festival [04:47]
NASYA live at South Asian Band Festival 2012. Nasya is a fusion rock band based in Delhi. Playing a blend of Sufi, Haryanvi and Punjabi Folk and rock influences, they are not your typical fusion band. Their sound is distinctly characteristic, finely balancing traditional Hindustani vocals with western elements of jazz, blues and rock music. 6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls ...

NASYA singing Ustad Nusrat Fateh li Khan's great composition- PIYA RE [06:33]
NASYA live at South Asian Band Festival 2012. Nasya is a fusion rock band based in Delhi. Playing a blend of Sufi, Haryanvi and Punjabi Folk and rock influences, they are not your typical fusion band. Their sound is distinctly characteristic, finely balancing traditional Hindustani vocals with western elements of jazz, blues and rock music. 6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls ...

The 2012 edition of South Asian Bands Festival [03:35]
6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls (Bangladesh), Thriloka (Sri Lanka), E- SA & His Troupe (Maldives), The Likens (Bhutan), Blaze (Myanmar) and Jindabaad (Nepal), all of whom are making their debut at the South Asian Bands Festival. Thisfootage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South ...

Nasya represents Delhi at South Asian Band Festival 2012 [05:08]
NASYA live at South Asian Band Festival 2012. Nasya is a fusion rock band based in Delhi. Playing a blend of Sufi, Haryanvi and Punjabi Folk and rock influences, they are not your typical fusion band. Their sound is distinctly characteristic, finely balancing traditional Hindustani vocals with western elements of jazz, blues and rock music. 6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls ...

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