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Indigo 91.9 FM celebrates World Music Day

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Indigo 91.9 FM celebrates World Music Day

To celebrate the occasion of World Music Day today, Indigo 91.9 has put together a program for listeners and revelers, bringing together some of the finest artists and musicians from Bangalore who have helped make music an iconic part of the city’s culture. Some of the city’s well known artists and musicians like Raghu Dixit, Ricky Kej, Beheram Siganporia and many more will share their experiences on air as they interact with the Indigo RJs. Throughout the day, Indigo 91.9 will play an exclusive playlist chosen from across the city’s Fun Young corporates, students, celebrities and artists.

Extending the celebrations at Indigo Live Music Bar, the Indigo 91.9 RJs and their squad will be performing LIVE for the first time ever. 

Speaking about the initiative Satyanarayana Murthy, CEO, Indigo said, “Music is the best way to Express Yourself. This World Music Day, we at Indigo 91.9 reached out to artists who have carved a significant niche for themselves in the World of Music and got them to curate music that influenced them. Further, in what probably is a first, Indigo jocks are going to perform live with their fans and audience."


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