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Thursday
26
APR

Winston Balman & The Prophets of Rock

21:00
23:55
The Piano Man Jazz Club
Event organized by The Piano Man Jazz Club

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WB The Prophets Of Rock :
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Winston Balman the “artist” came into being way back in 2003, while in school in Dehradun. It was then, that he found his calling, and realized he wanted to devote his life to music and other performing arts. You can often hear him say this with a smile, ''if I wasn't doing this I would have been doing nothing ''.

There is an intensity about his music that makes you want to go “once more”. We don’t hear a lot of people say this today, but being an old schooler himself, this is what he has to say about music – “I feel it is not the complexity of the music that is involved but the person or story behind it that make even the simplest of music sound beautiful. I believe that music should be able to sow seeds of peace. Most of my songs are very country and I like to keep them that way”.

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The Band (The Prophets of Rock) :
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Hanu Jeet Singh : (Drums)

"A drummer is the backbone of the Band" says the twenty-year-old Hanujeet Singh from Khalsa College, DU as we ask him about his role in the field of music. He has been seen rolling his drums enthusiastically in school competitions, back in Jamshedpur. However, Delhi’s music circuit has helped him grow as an artist in general, and a drummer in particular. He has played approximately one hundred and ten gigs so far in Delhi itself! He has also been an assistant judge for a music competition at SGGS IN IP University. For him, every day is a new journey. There hasn’t been a single day when you wouldn’t find him practicing his drums

Archit Agrawal : (Bass)

Hailing from the Kasganj District of Aligarh Archit is one mixed bag of blues and Rock 'n' Roll. Ever since he hit being an adult, the blues adopted him and he, picked up the bass guitar. Deriving inspiration from the likes of John Paul Jones, Clapton, Pino Palladino and many more musical maestros, Archit is known for his funky solos and groovy bass work for Delhi based band Slapdash Tavern. Given the first opportunity, he would whip out his bass and bust out into the hoochie coochie man Melody.

Sagar Sharma : (Guitar)

A Delhi boy, Sagar is a known figure in the music scene in Delhi. He has been playing the electric guitar for a while with some very popular Bands in the city. He is known for his beaming solos and his chocolate boy good looks. Always in a great mood and willing to jam, Sagar has loves to kill on stage. Sagar is a young and versatile guitar player, composer blending melodic rock and blues styles, hugely inspired by the classic 70's and 80's era, and influenced by guitar players like Andy Timmons, Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Gary Moore. Apart from musical inclination, he is also an Illustrator/Artist and Animator.