BFLAT & TAAQ CELEBRATE !! GET YOUR KICKS ON ROUTE 666 !
Celebrating 6 years of BFlat - 6 albums of Thermal & A Quarter & 6 iconic artistes that define the BFlat vibe.
Bangalore's rock pioneers and favourite band, Thermal And A Quarter (TAAQ), will play a special gig at BFlat, to celebrate our 6th Anniversary!
Opening Act: 'Opposite Sex' featuring Ragini Ramanathan and Siddharth Gautam.
THE BFlat BAR fulfills a vision; to create a platform for quality, live music in the city; We are grateful to Musicians and Music lovers alike, who have thronged our live music venue every weekend, to experience original and unique musical acts.
TAAQ will pay tribute to six iconic artists that define the BFlat Vibe - from Miles Davis to The Beatles; JJ Cale to Steely Dan and Stevie Wonder to John Scofield - the band will also play a selection of tunes from its six albums, all the way from thermalandaquarter.com (2000) to The Scene (2015). Arati Rao, BFlat owner, is likely to join the band on a few tunes.
This looks like a 3-hour set. Should be one 'epic' party!
The Opening act will be the newly minted duo - 'Opposite Sex', featuring Ragini Ramanathan and Siddharth Gautam. Opposite Sex write reflective but groovy acoustic music that blends the distinct personalities of each member - Siddharth's towering, zen-like calm playing against the petite Ragini's firecracker energy. Nadisha Sagar will join the duo for guest vocal duties.
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