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Three bands to perform in Friday Jam Season 3 semi-final

gurgaon Updated: May 25, 2016 23:35 IST
Isha Sahni
Isha Sahni
Hindustan Times
Cyberhub Friday Jam

Nisarg is famous for its original compositions (HT Photo)

After spreading music and love for the past nine weeks, Hindustan Times Cyberhub Friday Jam Season 3 presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock in association with KR Mangalam University is nearing its finale.

This week will see the first episode of the semi-final performances by three bands —Nisarg, The Silhouette Hearts and Rangreza.

Nisarg, a six-member band, rocked the stage with their powerful performance and confidence at their first show. The band is excited to perform on the HT stage once again. The last time the band performed some original compositions and popular Bollywood numbers.

“We are definitely excited to perform on the HT Friday Jam stage again. We are glad that the audience loved our style of music. We hope to give a much more grand performance this time,” Sonal Mangret, a band member, said.

The nine-member The Silhouette Hearts is a hit with their Bollywood numbers. (HT Photo)

The next band, which will again mesmerize the audience with their peppy music numbers, is The Silhouette Hearts. The nine-member band has two vocalists, who left the listeners spellbound with their voices last time. The band is practising day and night to give a power-packed performance.

“All band members are thrilled and honoured to perform on the stage of HT Friday Jam again. This time it will be even more exciting because we will perform new, original compositions and Bollywood numbers. The band got a very positive response last time and we aim at continuing it this time too, just way better,” said Ashutosh Shardha, one of the vocalists.

Rangreza, a six-member band, known for its Sufi and alternate music, is excited to perform at the event again. The band, which was formed only a year ago, said that the last performance was memorable. The band members plan to attract the audience this time too.

Rangreza specialises in Sufi music (HT Photo)

“We are very happy to be performing again. We are amazed and excited to play for the crowd that gave us so much. The people of Gurgaon are full of energy and that has really given a boost to our confidence,” Yuvjar Sharma of Rangreza said.

Music enthusiasts from Delhi and NCR too are looking forward to the evening.

“I cannot believe it has already been nine weeks. I had a wonderful time listening to the bands here. Some of them were great and one of my favourites has also made it to the semi-finals,” said Anubha Mathur of Dwarka, Delhi.