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Shooglenifty and Dhun Dhora captivate Jaipurites at JKK

DNJAI81191 | 10/13/2017 | Author : After Hrs Correspondent | WC :207


The day 4 of the 5-day musical festival ‘The Music Stage’ at Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK) witnessed a live interplay of two bands – Shooglenifty and Dhun Dhora --  bolted together. The event was held in collaboration with Jodhpur RIFF.
The UK band ‘Shooglenifty’ and Rajasthani band ‘DhunDhora’ showcased such a synergy that every person in the audience was seen shaking up a leg. Performing in two minority languages – Gaelic and Marwari, when these two bands appeared on stage together, there was a musical jugalbandi that was a delight to witness. They rendered songs like Hitchki, Bole To Meetho Lage, written in Water, Two Brothers, among others.
Shooglenifty band members, popularly called ‘Shoogles’, featured a young f
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