Cruising past the 8th Mile

It was after a LONG LONG time that we played in Bangalore and it was totally worth the wait! The 8th Mile at RVCE was jumping and celebrating with us and it was an awesome feeling to play a fun gig after a few failed attempts (which our manager Vijay has promised to write about)

Right from when we entered the campus to the time we left we were treated exceptionally well by the crew of students led by Rahul and Ramya (or so it seemed) and everyone else in the team that had got us there. We were led straight to sound check, the stage was set up the way we wanted, everything was available and all in all, it was a setting for a super gig!

There was this one issue of rain which kept showing up in small measures but it was never really a major threat! The students had turned up in large numbers and most of them seemed to know the songs we were singing which was always good! And you know its going to be a good gig when the response to your first song is something like this!!

Eitherway .. the show was damn good fun and we had a blast playing and I would like to thank everyone from RVCE for having called us there and for the brilliant hospitality! you struck a chord in our hearts! And I hope you spread the music … legally! 😛

A HUGE HUGE thank you to Veena for coming and taking some of the most wonderful pictures of the band on stage ever taken! You are an absolute sweetheart!

PS: All these pictures are courtesy of Veena’s photography. Please do drop in a note if you like them! and watch out for the rest!

5 Responses to “Cruising past the 8th Mile”

  1. 1 Vinay
    March 31, 2008 at 1:34 pm

    super. very neat pics @ Veena! The last one I like best

  2. April 1, 2008 at 12:14 am

    Thank u Vinay!!

    well Raghu Dixit Project Rocked!!!

    I wish to attend one of thr show in Mumbai and v both clicking for them 🙂


  3. April 1, 2008 at 8:25 am

    It was indeed great…!!

    and….grt to know about the Bonus Song for us, who have bought the CD…!!

  4. 4 The long suffering freelancer
    April 10, 2008 at 8:37 pm

    I missed your RV gig by a whisker. Followed you all the way to a couple of shows at corporate dos and even heard loads about your performance at NITK. I’ve recommended your music to tonnes of people. Now if that doesn’t make a true fan, what does?

    Doesn’t that warrant a response to a mail requesting an interview for a popular daily? Do I have to beg and plead? (If this makes me sound like a whimpering cry-baby, so be it. I am one)
    But interview, pleeeeeeaseeeee!


  5. 5 vineet
    April 12, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    commendable lyrics…hats off 2 u…

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