Radio City listeners have another reason to rejoice this season! With a unique combination of ethnic music & urban sounds, PlanetRadiocity.com launches the new sound of folk music – Radio City Fusion.
The folk music experienced in India boasts of a huge cultural diversity becoming an indispensable component of our lives. With renowned singers like Kailash Kher, Salim – Suleiman, Talvin Singh, Wadali Brothers, Papon, Sonu Kakkar, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Susheela Raman, Bickram Ghosh, Advaita, Rahul Sharma and many others Radio City Fusion presents a plethora of songs combining the magic of these creative geniuses.
Popular tracks like Piya Bavari by Abhijit Pohankar, Tere Bina – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Michael Brook; Kandisa – Indian Ocean; Kattey – Ram Sampath, Hard Kaur, Bhanvari Devi; Madari – Vishal Dadlani, Clinton Cerejo & Sonu Kakkar are all carefully handpicked selections of urban folk music by the best artists across genres. Radio City Fusion is a station that combines ethnic roots with new-age urban sounds seamlessly synchronized with one another to enhance the listening experience.
Talking about the launch, Rachna Kanwar, Business Head, Digital Media & New Business, Radio City 91.1 FM said, “As we march ahead with newer genres in our bouquet of Web Radio stations, the expectations of our listeners are also growing. We are happy to fulfill one such expectation with Radio City Fusion that marks our entry into the space of folk fusion. Radio City Fusion plays music that beautifully blends Indian sounds with western music forms. Fusion helps the reach of folk music and makes it more palatable to a wider audience. One of the reasons why many of us are familiar with a wide variety of Indian folk music today is because of the fusion songs on our playlists. With the launch of Radio City Fusion, the listeners now have a wider choice to listen to differentiated music available on all the stations of PlanetRadiocity.com.”
Radio City Fusion is the latest addition to the ever-growing music portal after Radio City Classics, Radio City Dance, Radio City International, Radio City Love, Radio City Malayalam, Radio City Tamil, Radio City Smaran, Radio City Freedom, Radio City Indipop, Radio City Hindi & Radio City Fun Ka Antenna.
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