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L-FRESH The LION: Blown Away Down Under by DAVE DRAYTON
Any tips for young musos? Be a master by always being a student. Be loud enough to roar yet silent enough to listen. Learn to see with your eyes closed. And then, just be.
Bhai Ghulam Chaand: The Rababi From Lahore by JAGJIT KLAR, et al
He moved to Lahore in 1947, when Punjab was partitioned and Pakistan was created. There, as with many other rababis who were forced to uproot, he had no more sangat to sing to ...
Madan Gopal Singh:
A King-Size Life
by NONIKA SINGH
To be in the fakiri mode for him is to live life king size. Let others be dazzled by the razzmatazz, for Madan Gopal, with honesty and sincerity of purpose as companions, life is all about capturing its intrinsic essence.
The Golden Voice Lives on: Jagjit Singh 1941 - 2011 INDIA TODAY
In a recent interview, he had regretted the fact that devotion and practice were disappearing from music at a time when everyone was running after instant fame.
No Stopping Hargo by SCOTT McDONALD
Always fighting against preconceived notions and expectations, more than anything else, the path to his goal thus far has been marked by serendipitous opportunity and a refusal to be conventionalized.
New Singing Sensation
by SHALINI SHAH
“I was very lucky that a Sikh prayer that I've been singing since childhood was what I sang for A.R. Rahman, that too when I was starting out ..."
Hargo & Hargobind Singh Khalsa by CHAD DEAL
Hargo, a four-piece band that has drawn comparisons to the Beatles, Beck, and Radiohead, recently re-released their five-track Faint Glow EP.
Harcharan Singh: Violinist by NAVEEN KALIA
His prized possessions are two antique violins that are over 200 years old and were handed down to him by his father who had bought it from some Britons.
Surinder Kaur Remembered by S.D. SHARMA
She successfully transported Punjabi traditional and contemporary folk music to a spectacular level of world recognition, leaving an indelible print on its rich musical heritage.
Ik Chota Bacha & Other Sikh Nursery Rhymes CD & Book Review by GURMEET KAUR
It joins the children’s treasure-chest of inspiring and innovative media resources with a strong Sikh message - the first in its class of nursery rhymes in Punjabi.