The Raghu Dixit Project brought colour and Indian dance to the
They carried the audience with them and it was all great fun. The band were all accomplished musicians both guitar and violin players added strong energetic playing to the mix.
Their set included songs from their album - I'm in Mombai waiting for a miracle, No man will ever love you like I do,
Raghu said what a big deal playing Jools Holland had been yet he felt the song his manager requested him to sing did not so well represent the breadth of his music. He said how well their album had been selling on iTunes ever since. They have brought in modern western musical influences to their playing of their traditional Indian songs. While their sound is mostly upbeat with energetic dancing rhythms which work great at the gigs to get everyone bouncing along, I often feel that it is the haunting slower melodies that linger in the mind the longest afterwards.
I wondered as the venue was not packed out that the tickets price was more than the usual price for a relatively unknown band at this venue. Raghu spoke of the hopes that we might one day all dance the same dance, well we certainly did tonight!
They were well supported by Adam Stearns, a young
The Raghu Dixit Project was founded by Raghu Dixit is an open house for musicians and artistes from different genres to come together, collaborate and create a dynamic sound and expression. He is from
1. Hey Bhagwan
2. Gudugudiya Sedi Nodo
3. No Man Will Ever Love You, Like I Do
4. Lokada Kalaji
5. Kodagana Koli Nungitha
6. Well I'm In Mumbai, Waiting for A Miracle
8. Har Saans Mein