Leslie Lewis News
Spotted: Hrithik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor attend 2nd Bright Awards!
The ace advertising agency celebrated 34 years of existence…
Hrithik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor were recently spotted at the 2nd Bright Awards. The event also commemorated the 34th year of existence of the Bright Advertising company. Click here to read more
Sonu Niigaam enthrals at Le Club Musique event
The singer wowed members of the exclusive music club with his live-wire performance
Be it playback singing, music albums or live performances, there is one singer who never fails to disappoint music lovers: Sonu Niigaam. Ghazal singer Talat Aziz, who has been mentor to Sonu in his struggling days, was not wrong in describing him as the ‘true rockstar’ at the Gitanjali Le Club Musique event held in Mumbai on April 1. Sonu enthralled audiences at the exclusive music night organised by Bina Aziz and Lucky Morani’s music club. He charmed everyone by appearing on stage from among the guests, and then hugging the newly crowned Miss India 2012 winners, who were also present. Sonu went on to perform some of his hit Bollywood numbers and also his personal favourites, including ballads, patriotic songs and dance tracks, and some of his original album numbers on demand. He presented fantastic versions of the songs, fusing them together better than anyone else and also indulging in some jugalbandi with the guitarist and drummer. Click here to read more
Coke Studio@MTV: Colonial Cousins is back!
Lezz and Hariharan will perform together for the first time in ten years, while the Pappu can’t dance singer will jam in fluorescent green shoes
Leslie ‘Lezz’ Lewis will perform on Coke Studio with none other than his own daughter Divya. The 14-year-old girl is an accomplished singer-composer, and knows to play the piano and the guitar. She will join her father’s friend Hariharan and other artistes to perform an original composition Rama Rama Krishna Krishna. Now that’s something we are excited to see. Colonial Cousins Lezz and Hariharan will also team up to enthrall with their unique brand of Indian and Western fusion. Sit back and listen as they belt out their popular hits Sunder balma and Feel alright. Click here to read more
COKE STUDIO@MTV: Shruti Pathak, Leslie Lewis jam
This week’s episode beautifully blends together three different styles of music
Things get really exciting on Coke Studio this week, with eclectic fusion band Advaita kickstarting the episode with their Indie rock number Gir gir. Then there’s Pankhi Dutta who does a soulful rendition of the folk number Khene Bhi. And don’t miss her duet with her idol Shafqat Amanat Ali. Click here to read more