Blue Frog Magic

 “Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Blue Frog, with me Arzan Antia, Aman Agarwal and Sampanna Mohandas”, Wait! You read it right, yes, our very own Dhinchaker Arzan Antia, had himself a remarkable show this July. Performing live at the prestigious Blue Frog’s early set, accompanied by his fellow friends and musicians alike. The evening kick started with one of Neil Young’s most revered songs, “hey hey my my”, and progressively went onto singing a beautiful medley of “she will be loved, with Arzan on vocals, Aman on the guitar and vocals, and Sampanna on the jembe, breaking into Chris Isaac’s, wicked games and Aman stealing it away with ayo technology, a rather unconventional assortment of genres. The music made us sway with each tune so thrilling, and each song sung with passion. Apart from a few covers, the band played their originals as well, with songs like “Funk funky”, where by the end of it, they went impromptu on stage, and had fun. A very groovy tune buzzing in our ears made it seem like the night was young, and we wanted it to last for more than just an hour. “Funky funky” was the grooviest of them all. Another one of their originals was “Pretty mama” where Azan for the first few lines, talk and Aman strums his guitar, with Sampanna kicking in on the jembe, a very bluesy feel to this song of theirs, gave us a lot to cheer whilst they were on stage. Then came Aman with his original called “Fly” which he wrote, which was sung with allot of fervor. After a very enthralling performance by the band and their take on George Michael’s “Faith” which got everyone to the groove, Aman came in with an original version of the legendary Michael Jackson’s, “the way you make me feel”. This by far was the best cover of the night. To add to this excitement, was Sampanna and his jembe solo performance, which took everyone by storm! A brilliant blend of percussions with a dash full of blues, a pinch of pop and whole lot of love going into their performance. Then came another original called “sweet tooth for love” which starts off like this, “head out and call me insane, call me by whatever name, you are my chocolate whipped cream and I’ve got a sweet tooth for love”, need we say more? This made the audience pleading for more. By the end of it all, they sang a Beatles number, which sealed the deal for the night. We here at dhinchakmumbai, wish Arzan and his band the very best for the future and their journey with music. You guys rock!!! Can’t wait to see them perform live again sometime soon. started with one of Neil Young’s most revered songs, “hey hey my my”, and progressively went onto singing a beautiful medley of “she will be loved, with Arzan on vocals, Aman on the guitar and vocals, and Sampanna on the jembe, breaking into Chris Isaac’s, wicked games and Aman stealing it away with ayo technology, a rather unconventional assortment of genres. The music made us sway with each tune so thrilling, and each song sung with passion. Apart from a few covers, the band played their originals as well, with songs like “Funk funky”, where by the end of it, they went impromptu on stage, and had fun. A very groovy tune buzzing in our ears made it seem like the night was young, and we wanted it to last for more than just an hour. “Funky funky” was the grooviest of them all. Another one of their originals was “Pretty mama” where Azan for the first few lines, talk and Aman strums his guitar, with Sampanna kicking in on the jembe, a very bluesy feel to this song of theirs, gave us a lot to cheer whilst they were on stage. Then came Aman with his original called “Fly” which he wrote, which was sung with allot of fervor. After a very enthralling performance by the band and their take on George Michael’s “Faith” which got everyone to the groove, Aman came in with an original version of the legendary Michael Jackson’s, “the way you make me feel”. This by far was the best cover of the night. To add to this excitement, was Sampanna and his jembe solo performance, which took everyone by storm! A brilliant blend of percussions with a dash full of blues, a pinch of pop and whole lot of love going into their performance. Then came another original called “sweet tooth for love” which starts off like this, “head out and call me insane, call me by whatever name, you are my chocolate whipped cream and I’ve got a sweet tooth for love”, need we say more? This made the audience pleading for more. By the end of it all, they sang a Beatles number, which sealed the deal for the night. We here at dhinchakmumbai, wish Arzan and his band the very best for the future and their journey with music. You guys rock!!! Can’t wait to see them perform live again sometime soon.

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