The 55-year-old singer says that his music has always been centred around audiences. “It’s what I have been doing for such a long time now. Their (the fans) love and encouragement keeps me going. It is this sense of responsibility that I feel is very special. Hence, all of my work is centred around the audiences”.
Lucky, who will be performing as a part of the NH7 Weekender festival this weekend, also says that the growing number of festivals and improved technology have given artists more freedom to showcase their work. “Festivals are necessary these days. There is so much music happening and all these artists have such massive following. They need a platform to interact with audiences.”
Lucky adds: “Also, with the arrival of technology, artists are becoming independent in their choice of music. Plus the deals with recording companies, which used to be different earlier, are now starting to favour the artist more. In fact, I think, this partnership is now on its last leg. I think it will soon go away and artists will have the complete freedom for their records.”