In eager anticipation of Falu’s concert at Joe’s Pub tomorrow I have been convassing Rock NYC contributers opinions of the Hindi-New Yorker. Robert Nevin said “An extremely clever mix of traditional Indian music and western pop. The lyrics aren’t especially great, but she has a fine voice. She even pulls off the Indian style vocal riffs nicely.” The ever witty Helen Bach was even more succinct: “turn off your mind relax and float downstream…”. See you tomorrow, I’ll be the one singing “Hey baby don’t go yet, please don’t go , don’t go…” while slugging bacardi’s and coke at the bar.
captivating, hooklined, country pop songs
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a mini women in music summit