Rock explosions with Sylvester

28th April 2018 8:45PM

Beer-Cafe-Koramangala

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28th April 2018 8:45PM , Beer-Cafe-Koramangala

#Rock #Vibes #SIngAlong #LiveMusic

Get ready to have a bit of everything. What’s there for the night? Rock explosions! Because tonight, none is spared. You get on the floor and his music will. So get ready for this crazy night. Expect the ultimate madness.

Go Solo about the Artist

He hits the stage pretty hard and leaves quite an impression behind. With a bit of Rock and Funk and an inspiration from The Beatles, The Meters and John Mayer, he marches to the crowd and makes the crowd go unstoppable. Musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Jimi Page and John Mayer were a big influence on his playing. Although Sylvester experiments with funk and rock, the blues and acoustic rock were and still are his personal favourites.

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Experimenting to get the best out #ArtistDiaries

He ventured into music by singing and playing in church choirs. His keen interest in guitar playing introduced him to different genres of music. After joining the band Schickados, Sylvester had the opportunity to work with other budding musicians, thus giving him space to write original material.

His father was a musician and composed 500 songs during his time, which is why Pradeep was always inclined towards music. “I was exposed to all his material since childhood. But, it was only after growing up I realised that music would be my career. However, my primary inspiration did come from my father”, he says.

The singer, who plays in three bands- Solder (Alt Folk), The Windoze (Blues) and The Sylvester Trio (experimental), started his journey as an instrumentalist and is currently working on material for his upcoming album, which will be a collaborative effort of all his bands. And while he is busy working on independent music, he also wants to foray into Bollywood. “Being a singer was not my primary focus earlier, but things have changed post ‘The Stage’. Now I want to be a singer-songwriter. So, I would like to work for Bollywood as well,” he added.

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28th April 2018 8:45PM Beer-Cafe-Koramangala

#Rock #Vibes #SIngAlong #LiveMusic

Get ready to have a bit of everything. What’s there for the night? Rock explosions! Because tonight, none is spared. You get on the floor and his music will. So get ready for this crazy night. Expect the ultimate madness.

Go Solo about the Artist

He hits the stage pretty hard and leaves quite an impression behind. With a bit of Rock and Funk and an inspiration from The Beatles, The Meters and John Mayer, he marches to the crowd and makes the crowd go unstoppable. Musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Jimi Page and John Mayer were a big influence on his playing. Although Sylvester experiments with funk and rock, the blues and acoustic rock were and still are his personal favourites.

Read More

Hide

Experimenting to get the best out #ArtistsDiaries

He ventured into music by singing and playing in church choirs. His keen interest in guitar playing introduced him to different genres of music. After joining the band Schickados, Sylvester had the opportunity to work with other budding musicians, thus giving him space to write original material.

His father was a musician and composed 500 songs during his time, which is why Pradeep was always inclined towards music. “I was exposed to all his material since childhood. But, it was only after growing up I realised that music would be my career. However, my primary inspiration did come from my father”, he says.

The singer, who plays in three bands- Solder (Alt Folk), The Windoze (Blues) and The Sylvester Trio (experimental), started his journey as an instrumentalist and is currently working on material for his upcoming album, which will be a collaborative effort of all his bands. And while he is busy working on independent music, he also wants to foray into Bollywood. “Being a singer was not my primary focus earlier, but things have changed post ‘The Stage’. Now I want to be a singer-songwriter. So, I would like to work for Bollywood as well,” he added.

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