At London Coliseum, 29th October 2017
A full house show. Event was SOLD OUT!
What a night of indulgence; just as promised.
A huge thank you from Events To Enjoy.
Four legendary singers sharing in more than songs - they shared their love for music, for the wonderful audience, for each other, mesmerising all with music from a time when stories were told and created through music.
Shailendra Singh’s 🎶hum Tum ek Kamre re bandh ho🎶 🎶mein Shayar toh Nahi 🎶
Kavita Krishnamurthy singing 🎶Hawa Hawaii with the musicians all cheering 🎶
Anuj Jalota 🎶Hoton se chu lo tum🎶
Suresh Wadkar 🎶ae zindagi gale lagale🎶 🎶aur is dil mein kya Rakha hai 🎶
Duets from yesteryears
Medley that stayed with you ...
What a night! ❤️
A huge thank you to all who attended. To all who supported. To all the artists. The musicians from India and the Grand Philharmonic Orchestra who worked tirelessly. To the venue, the prestigious London Colesium. To the anchor, Natasha. All the amazing partners.
Speaking Minds was indeed a very proud partner. 🙏❤️❤️
Cheers to all. To music. To love. To life. ❤️❤️
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