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Let Friday Jam music make Mother’s Day extra special

gurgaon Updated: May 05, 2016 12:53 IST
Ipsita Pati
Ipsita Pati
Hindustan Times
Friday Jam

The four-member band, Revolution 21, will perform songs composed by the group at Cyber Hub on Friday.(HT Photo)

Hindustan Times CyberHub Friday Jam presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock, in association with KR Mangalam University, will celebrate Mother’s Day this Friday.

As part of the Mother’s Day celebration, some lucky kids, accompanying their mothers, will get a chance to surprise their moms with a song performance and also win exciting prizes.

With the growing popularity of the show, this Friday, three bands — Restless Redzz, Revolution 21 and Sabr — will perform at Cyber Hub.

Restless Redzz is a nine-member band that was formed in 2005. However, only four members will perform this Friday. The band was the winner of last year’s ‘The Official Gig’, presented by HT. Restless Redzz are looking forward to spreading their magic of music at the DLF Cyber Hub this Friday. “We are excited to perform at Friday Jam. The audience has always been supportive and we expect them to appreciate music. We will be performing both old and new Hindi songs,” Rahul Kapoor, of Restless Redzz, said.

The second band is a four-member group. The members call themselves Revolution 21. Formed in 2012, Revolution 21 is a group of enthusiastic, young and talented musicians.

The band will be performing its own compositions. “This is the first time we are participating in Friday Jam. We have composed our own songs and will be playing those. We will also play some Bollywood songs to get the crowd excited,” said Nikhil Arora of Revolution 21.

The third band, Sabr, was formed a couple of months ago and has five members in the group. “We will sing Hindi songs with a mix of electronic music. We love to experiment with progressive Indian rock. People will get to hear music from all eras and can literally feel the transformation. It is a great opportunity to perform in Friday Jam. We are also releasing our own album in June this year and our gig here will help us,” said Aakash Tiwari of Sabr.

With great music on the go, make this Friday memorable for you and your family by celebrating Mother’s Day at Cyber Hub or just enjoy an evening out with friends.