Musical soirée with local indie bands

A caffeine-coated musical Valentine with Muziboo at BrewHaha.

Muziboo presents a musical evening on Valentine’s day, with performances from the bands ‘Grubby Halo’ and ‘Unknown River’ at BrewHaha Cafe, Koramangala.

Pic: Unknown River - This band will perform at BrewHaHa on 14 Feb

The band Unknown River

‘Grubby Halo’ will blow hot and cold and lukewarm with its originals and some classic covers like ‘I Can’t Help Falling in Love With You’, ‘Hit the Road Jack’ and ‘Hey Jude’. Its originals like "Love Remains", ‘New Man By Your Side’, ‘Top Brass Caviar’and ‘Moody Drunkard Blues’ would go a long way in wooing and melting hearts. ‘Unknown River’ with its bluesy instrumental performance should add more colour and class to the pink shaded evening.

The evening will start at 7pm at BrewHaHa which is a community-driven entertainment lounge. It is located near JNC college in Koramangala.

Grubby Halo

The band Grubby Halo is an online community for musicians, amateur or professionals who come together to share their music, get feedback and find an audience. This event will be followed by many more, that aim to give the city a taste of some of the Indie bands fromacross the country and also give our members a new audience. Muziboo helps its members showcase its musical talent whether home recorded or studio recorded.

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