Three bands set to perform in Friday Jam semi-final

  • Isha Sahni, Hindustan Times, Gurgaon
  • Updated: Jun 02, 2016 12:01 IST
The four-member band Zehan (above) is a hit with their Bollywood numbers. (HT PHOTOS)

The Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam Season 3 presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock in association with KR Mangalam University is edging to an end with its penultimate performance this Friday.

The event, which will see three bands perform, promises to give a kick-start to music lovers and stressed corporate executives from across Delhi-NCR.

A free for all event, HT Friday Jam’s audience has chosen three bands - Evol, Bhor and Zehan - to again rock the HT stage with their melodies on the second episode of the semi-finals.

The four-member band Zehan, specialises in Bollywood music. The members say that however busy they get, the band never forgets to practice even if it’s late in the night. “We are all very excited about making it to the semi finals of the event. Last time, the response of the audience was tremendous and this time again we will make them sway to our melodies,” said Chetan, a band member.

Bhor on the other hand specialises in Hindi rock. Bringing some of their original compositions and a few covers, they are ready to break the stage with their performance. “The band is glad to be a part of the HT Friday Jam again. We have become popular ever since we performed on the stage. This is a great platform for any musician,” Sumit Garg, a band member, said.

Evol is back too to make audience dance to their peppy beats. The four-member band is known for both original as well as covers of Hindi songs. “This is a heart-warming moment for us to perform at this big stage in the semi-finale,” said Vivek, a band member.

The HT Friday Jam season 3 has become a one-stop-destination for people on weekends.

“The concept of Friday Jam is brilliant and so is the location. I enjoy the wonderful bands that come here,” said Anurag Kapoor, a resident of DLF Phase 5.

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