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Aatma Jam Night with special guests Wingspread
April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pmFree
The popular Aatma Jam Night returns but this time intersected with a rare performance by the band Wingspread. Guitar amps, drums, congas, a bass and a bass amp will all be provided for people in the audience to try. All levels of skill are welcome. Bring your own instruments as well.
The jam night will start around 7:30pm. At 8:40pm, Wingspread will take to the stage till around 9:20pm. After their performance, the jam night will continue till 10:30pm.
Entry is free but donations will be accepted by the band to help cover their costs.
Wingspread is a group of seven musicians working on self-composed fusions, primarily between Indian Classical/folk and jazz-rock, while occasionally delving into other subgenres of rock, like blues-rock and metal over Indian vocalizations. Annie Chuck is a trained Indian Classical singer, and also sings and composes within the spheres of western rock and jazz-rock. The group’s songs are majorly sung in Indian languages and Indian genres, while the instrumentation is fusion jazz-rock, where the musicians explore Indian musical techniques over western instruments. They occasionally use Indian instruments like the Dotara, Ektara, etc to intensify the ‘hybrid’ motif of their band. They are based in Manchester and have performed around the North-West, with one of their notable performances being the Manchester International Festival in 2019.