Let loose for Rock with Thermal And A Quarter

22nd February 2018 9PM

Hard-Rock-Cafe-Bangalore

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22nd February 2018 9PM , Hard-Rock-Cafe-Bangalore

#BangaloreRock #HeadBang #Concert

Having opened for Guns N' Roses, Deep Purple (1968-1976) and Jethro Tull and being the only Indian band to be featured in the cover page of the official Rolling Stones magazine, Thermal and a Quarter is India's biggest revolutionary rock band of all time.
Thermal And A Quarter (TAAQ) is a path-breaking band from Bangalore, India. TAAQ describes its music as ‘Bangalore Rock’; a sound as unique and layered as the fast-growing city of its birth. Imagine a Phish-meets- Steely Dan-via-Mahavishnu-Orchestra vibe: the TAAQ sound is all that and more. Through the last 15 years, TAAQ has played all over India, completed tours in the United Kingdom, West Asia, and South-East Asia, released four studio albums, supported acts like Deep Purple and Jethro Tull, and won awards for individual musicianship as well as overall contribution to ‘Indian Rock’.

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22nd February 2018 9PM Hard-Rock-Cafe-Bangalore

#BangaloreRock #HeadBang #Concert

Having opened for Guns N' Roses, Deep Purple (1968-1976) and Jethro Tull and being the only Indian band to be featured in the cover page of the official Rolling Stones magazine, Thermal and a Quarter is India's biggest revolutionary rock band of all time.
Thermal And A Quarter (TAAQ) is a path-breaking band from Bangalore, India. TAAQ describes its music as ‘Bangalore Rock’; a sound as unique and layered as the fast-growing city of its birth. Imagine a Phish-meets- Steely Dan-via-Mahavishnu-Orchestra vibe: the TAAQ sound is all that and more. Through the last 15 years, TAAQ has played all over India, completed tours in the United Kingdom, West Asia, and South-East Asia, released four studio albums, supported acts like Deep Purple and Jethro Tull, and won awards for individual musicianship as well as overall contribution to ‘Indian Rock’.

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