Adil & Vasundhara at Blue Frog, Mumbai

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  • Date / Time: 09/04/2013 : 10:00 PM
  • Location: The Blue Frog
  • Address: The Blue Frog, Mathuradas Mills compound,Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel West,Mumbai,Maharashtra,India
  • Entry: Rs. 350 post 9pm or Rs.1000 (Full Cover)
  • Phone: (+)91-22-61586158, (+)91-22-65251716, (+)91-22-65251718
  • Email: info@bluefrog.co.in, reservations@bluefrog.co.in

A passion for collaboration and musical innovation led to the formation of ‘Adil & Vasundhara’ in 2009. Since then the duo have explored, challenged and widened the sound of urban indian contemporary music. From a palette that draws from Jazz Fusion, RnB, Funk, Soul, Blues and the occasional indian folk rhythm ‘Adil & Vasundhara’ narrate stories of Indian city life and drawing directly from their environment.

The band travels extensively around the globe and routinely features musicians from India, Turkey, France, Spain, Germany, Bulgaria, Italy, Argentina, Brunei, the Reunion Islands, the USA and counting. Besides popular online and club listenership, they have played at every major music festival in the country.

Adil & Vasundhara’s first full length album ‘Ampersand’ was recorded at Yash Raj Film Studios, Mumbai and bridges the gap between independent and mainstream music sectors. Keeping with their love of collaboration, the album also features some of the top musicians from the Indian music industry like the great Louiz Banks, Ranjit Barot, Loy Mendonsa (of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy), Sanjay Divecha, Zubin Balaporia (Indus Creed), Suchet Malhotra (HFT) etc. It was engineered and mixed by none other than Shantanu Hudlikar and mastered by Chris Athens.

Drums : Pranoy Praveen
Bass : Jayant Manchanda 
Keyboard : Rohit Gupta
Guitar : Adil Manuel
Voice : Vasundhara

“Their music is inescapable. Within a span of a few years, Adil & Vasundhara have catapulted into the spotlight charming and garnering a spectrum of loyalists. Their sound is a playful mélange of jazz, funk, gospel, blues and RnB which caters to the eclectic tastes of audiences worldwide.” – Platform Magazine.

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