Friday Review November Fest: Noisy Mama's mix of jazz-funk-rock brings a flavour of sophistication. In Coimbatore and Bangalore on November 10 & November 13
Noisy Mama is all set to captivate the audience with its blend of Indian jazz-rock. Solid jazz-funk and rock grooves, combined with the sophisticated rhythms from India are bound together by Carola’s distinctive style of writing, playing and singing. In the performance from this fantastic cast of musicians, two worlds are combined in a seemingly effortless way, and together the band creates a special sound that leaves everyone spellbound.
The concert will last around one hour and 15 minutes.
The meeting of the continents
Genre: Indian jazz-rock
Date: November 10 (Coimbatore) and November 13 (Bangalore)
Time: 7.30 p.m. onwards
Coimbatore - P.S.G. College of Arts and Science Auditorium
Bangalore - Chowdiah Memorial Hall
About the group:
Originally founded by award-winning German drummer and composer Carola Grey as a jazz/fusion group back in New York in 1991, the new Noisy Mama now includes some of the most amazing Indian musicians. They received the Munich Music Award and much acclaim for their first album Road to Goa (NMP 2012). The band performed its first big shows in India earlier this year, which marked its beginning in the music world.
Napier Peter Naveen Kumar
Price: Rs. 400, Rs. 250 & Rs. 150. Season passes at Rs. 1,000 & Rs. 650 (Coimbatore)
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