Sachi and Jogi, Old School Tie, Raga and Blues, plus Rosendale

Sachi and Jogi

Old School Tie

Raga and Blues

plus Rosendale

Thu, August 16, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Sachi and Jogi
Sachi and Jogi
Sachi is a singer/songwriter from the Bay Area, and has been writing hip-hop music since she was a child. She recently came out with her first single "Don't Keep It Simple" available on Spotify and iTunes. Jogi (aka Kunal Datta) is an Indian musician from New Delhi, India. His style has largely been acoustic and alternative rock, but under the pseudonym “Jogi”, he is working on combining elements of Hindustani classical instrumentation, western acoustic instrumentation, samples from Indian songs, and western electronic music. Sachi and Jogi have been performing together in San Francisco and can't wait to play at The Hotel Utah Saloon
Old School Tie
Old School Tie is a Hindi alternative/fusion band with original music derived from a variety of world genres. Anumeha is a vocalist trained in the Indian classical style while Vaibhav's guitar and instrumental work is influenced primarily by Western contemporary and rock/pop genres. Together they make music that tries and brings these two two worlds together.
Raga and Blues
Raga and Blues gives a jazzy twist to South Asian Sufi and Bollywood music. The group features Nishant Bordia on vocals and Conal Sathi on piano. Nishant hails from Jaipur, India and recently won the Voice of Bay Area. He has a background in Rajasthani folk music and has shared the same stage with internationally recognized artists including Ram Sampath, Shankar Mahadevan and Tanvi Shah. Conal has a background in Indian classical music, jazz, and European classical music. He has performed all over the US as well as India and shared the stage with musical legends including A.R. Rahman, Mehdi Hassan, Penaz Masani, and Tanvi Shah.
plus Rosendale
plus Rosendale
Rosendale is a singer and songwriter from San Francisco, CA. Now based in New York City, he balances an engaging life of writing, recording, and performing music. He ventured into vocal work for multiple EDM genres in 2015; his successful progressive house and future bass collaborations are now featured on large indie labels such as Revealed, Sensual Musique, and Taz Network. His voice, songs, and artistry have helped him garner over 60,000 subscribers and millions of views on his YouTube channel. Through his music, Rosendale continues to chase his goals of promoting LGBT rights, building awareness for Asian American talent, and inspiring other artists and performers to pursue their true passions.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/