Retro Night with Flu

30th June 2017 8PM

Toscano-VR-Mall

Some things you just can't

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30th June 2017 8PM , Toscano-VR-Mall

#Retro #Classic #Pop #LiveMusic

Are you ready for a spot on set of classic rock. Trust me they are gonna set the mood right from the very first note. You can expect the epic masterpieces of all the expected legends. Of Course with a Flu twist. Whoa, so much for a night! Don’t miss on it.

Go Solo about the Artist

Flu is a Rock’n’roll trio from Bangalore. Flu is known for its peppy originals. The band is known for its diverse range of covers as well. Just like The Jimi Hendrix experience and cream, the boys from FLU are known for their groovy jams on stage. They love to jam. No planning and no structuring. Just plug in and play. The chemistry the band has is impeccable. The blues and rock’n’roll genre really gave them endless scope to jam their hearts out. The same song will never sound same the next time they play it. Every next jam always led to the better for them.

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Cream in the making #ArtistDiaries

As a young boy, Aditya listened to a lot of alternative rock. He grew up watching bands on stage who played rock music. He was fascinated by the energy of the bands. He was amazed by how the crowd went crazy during the live concerts of the famous bands.

Aditya wanted this for himself too. He wanted to be cheered by a million people. He wished to reach a place from where everything would seem very little. That was when he started working towards his dreams.

Meanwhile, Vicky on the other hand, was into folk music and was influenced by bands like Jal and Indian ocean. Listening to them inspired Vicky to pick up the drums at the age of just 10. Ankur came across the Bryan Adams - Live at Slane Castle when he was 12 and up till that moment he didn't know that such an attendance at a show was even possible. That was the moment he realised that live music was so much fun and he had to do it.

The band was complete when Ankur found Aditya (Bass) on yet another music forum. That’s when they thought, “This is another cream in the making”.

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30th June 2017 8PM Toscano-VR-Mall

#Retro #Classic #Pop #LiveMusic

Are you ready for a spot on set of classic rock. Trust me they are gonna set the mood right from the very first note. You can expect the epic masterpieces of all the expected legends. Of Course with a Flu twist. Whoa, so much for a night! Don’t miss on it.

Go Solo about the Artist

Flu is a Rock’n’roll trio from Bangalore. Flu is known for its peppy originals. The band is known for its diverse range of covers as well. Just like The Jimi Hendrix experience and cream, the boys from FLU are known for their groovy jams on stage. They love to jam. No planning and no structuring. Just plug in and play. The chemistry the band has is impeccable. The blues and rock’n’roll genre really gave them endless scope to jam their hearts out. The same song will never sound same the next time they play it. Every next jam always led to the better for them.

Read More

Hide

Cream in the making #ArtistsDiaries

As a young boy, Aditya listened to a lot of alternative rock. He grew up watching bands on stage who played rock music. He was fascinated by the energy of the bands. He was amazed by how the crowd went crazy during the live concerts of the famous bands.

Aditya wanted this for himself too. He wanted to be cheered by a million people. He wished to reach a place from where everything would seem very little. That was when he started working towards his dreams.

Meanwhile, Vicky on the other hand, was into folk music and was influenced by bands like Jal and Indian ocean. Listening to them inspired Vicky to pick up the drums at the age of just 10. Ankur came across the Bryan Adams - Live at Slane Castle when he was 12 and up till that moment he didn't know that such an attendance at a show was even possible. That was the moment he realised that live music was so much fun and he had to do it.

The band was complete when Ankur found Aditya (Bass) on yet another music forum. That’s when they thought, “This is another cream in the making”.

Read More

Hide