Get ready to jam with three bands in Gurgaon this Friday
Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam presented by Honda powered by G-Shock in association with K R Mangalam University Season 3 brings the bands PSM, Bhor and Zehan to the state this week.gurgaon Updated: May 19, 2016 01:00 IST
Music lovers are in for yet another treat as Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam presented by Honda powered by G-Shock in association with K R Mangalam University Season 3 brings three enthralling bands this week.
With the entry to the event free, HT Friday Jam has been bringing relaxing musical evenings for people across the country. Continuing with the tradition, this week will see bands PSM, Bhor and Zehan taking to the stage to mesmerise audience with Sufi and western music. Band members feel music is the best therapy and look forward to presenting a memorable evening for the audience.
PSM, a band of 10 members, plays contemporary western music. The members, students of the Parikrama School of Music, are geared up to give a great performance.
“We are glad to have made it to the HT Friday Jam stage. It is very thrilling and the platform will give us wide exposure and help us reach out to a wider audience,” said Arjun Bhatia, a band member.
Four-member band Zehan specialises in Sufi rock. The band was formed around a year ago.
“It is a moment of pride for us as we finally got a chance to perform at the HT Friday Jam stage. We have performed at various events but this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said Chetan Sanmotra, a member.
Bhor was formed a couple of months ago.
“The line-up has been chosen according to what people like. We are practising in full-swing. We will perform some old Sufi numbers as well as some of our compositions,” said Sumit Garg, a band member.
The event, which started as an initiative to bring music and melodies to Gurgaon, known for its fast pace of life, is slowly turning into a one-stop destination for music lovers.
“I will come for HT Friday Jam with 10 friends. It is mesmerising to see young and talented musicians play for us,” said Anushka Kumar, a city resident.