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Famous Boy band Thaikkudam Bridge Live in Concert at Phoenix

by Webdesk


Phoenix : Thaikkudam Bridge, famous boy band from India, will perform in Phoenix on Friday, August 09, 2019 at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona. 


The band is built upon elements of Rock, Hindustani, Carnatic folk, and the classical sounds of India. Their music is unique in every way.


Thaikkudam Bridge arrived in 2013, as their first studio jam-show Music Mojo became insanely popular. The band has not looked back ever since, performed over 90 concerts outside India and more than 450 inside till date. The band is loved by millions of fans around the world and has been the biggest breakout band to emerge from India.


On July 6, the band will take the stage at 51st Summerfest Music Festival at Milwaukee in the US.  The festival is touted as the largest music festival in the world by the Guinness World Records and Thaikkudam is the first band from India to perform at the fete.


An 11-day music festival featuring over 800 bands from across the world, it is held at 11 stages, attracting over 9, 00,000 music lovers and happening at Henry Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Thaikkudam comprises musicians from all over India evolving their own style and not conforming to any particular genre. They say they experiment with different genres and styles of singing to cater to a larger audience through folk, metal and rock. Their songs form an interesting medley with composition in Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi and English as well making the band a multi-lingual ensemble.


The 20-member band includes artists, sound engineers and management staff.


Thaikkudam Bridge are well on their way to becoming one of the most important bands in Indian fusion rock with their debut album Navarasam. – Anurag Tagat, The Hindu

The title song is a goosebumps-inducing conversation between guitar, violin and what seems like Panthuvarali raaga, combined with a majestic power-Theyyam piece mid-way and a superbly ambient ending that lasts for over 1.5 minutes… Navarasam is an exhilarating debut from one of India’s most promising bands! – Milliblog


Solid debut from Thaikkudam Bridge that manages to produce songs fitting the diverse vocal range of its singers, all the while staying anchored to the rock base – Music Aloud


What: Thaikkudam Bridge live concert

Where: Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona


When: Friday, August 09, 2019

Time: Gates open at 6.30pm


Tickets: start at $35.00


Tickets call : 480.300.9189 / 480.246.7546 / 623.455.1553