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Thaikkudam Bridge

Thaikkudam Bridge
OriginKochi, Kerala, India
GenresIndian pop, Indian rock, Heavy metal music, Reggae
Years active2013–present
LabelsAum-i Artistes
Websitethaikkudambridge.com
MembersGovind Menon

Mithun Raju

Anish TN

Vian Fernandes

Vipin Lal

Christin Jose

Ashok Nelson

Peethambaran Menon

Ruthin Thej

Anish Krishna

Krishna Bongane

Nila Madhav Mohapatra

Amith Bal

Rajan KS

Hemanth K

Thaikkudam Bridge is a Kerala-based music band, founded and formed in 2013.[1] The band first became famous through the musical show Music Mojo, which is telecast on Kappa TV and their own composition "Fish Rock", which became popular through social networking sites and YouTube. The band does not focus on any specific genre and has composed in many different genres.

According to sources within the band, the band literally had its inception near Thaikkudam Bridge at Thaikkudam, Kochi, in early 2013. Since then, the band has gone on to win numerous awards, perform at over 400 venues and released their own album.

As of June 2017, the band was working towards releasing their second album.[citation needed]

Band Members[edit]

The Band consists of musicians from all over India who contribute their own style and influences to the ensemble.

(Musicians)[edit]

  • Peethambaran Menon - Vocals[2]
  • Govind Vasantha - Vocalist, Violinist, Music Producer[3][4]
  • Mithun Raju - Lead Guitarist[5]
  • Anish TN - Drummer
  • Ashok Betty Nelson - Rhythm Guitarist
  • Vian Fernandes - Bass, Vocals
  • Ruthin Thej - Keyboard
  • Anish Krishna - Vocalist
  • Krishna Bongane - Vocalist
  • Nila Madhav Mohapatra - Vocalist
  • Vipin Lal - Vocalist
  • Christin Jose - Vocalist

Sound Engineers[edit]

Management[edit]

Thaikkudam Bridge is exclusively managed by Cochin based creative entity, Aum-i Artistes Pvt. Ltd.[citation needed]

Managers[edit]

Discography[edit]

Original songs[edit]

Album Year No. Of Tracks
Navarasam : An ennead2015 9
Namah2017
"Aarachar - Navarasam"
SongRef
"Fish Rock"[6]
"Shiva - Navarasam"[7]
"One - Navarasam"[8]
"Chathe - Navarasam"
"Urumbu - Navarasam"

"Viduthalai - Navarasm" [9]

"Jai Hanuman - Navarasam"

"Sultan - Navarasam"

"Khwaab - Navarasam"

"Navarasam - Navarasam"

Music Mojo performances[edit]

  • "Nostalgia"
  • "Nostalgia 2"
  • "Malayalam Medley"
  • "Ilayaraja Medley"
  • "Haq Allah"(Music Mojo Season 3)
  • "Jam"
  • "Aisa Koi"
  • "Rahman Medley"
  • "Beat it"
  • "Aerials"
  • "Thekkum Kooradiyathil"- remixed version of song from Ashwamedham
  • "Chekele"
  • "Appozhum"
  • "Godfather & Co"
  • "Neeraduvan"- remixed version of song from Nakhashathangal
  • "Nothing Else Matters"
  • "Khwaja"
  • "Inteha Roadhouse blues"
  • "Livin' La Vida Loca"
  • "Taarangal"
  • "Thenpandi cheemaiyile"
  • "Tribute to Johnson"
  • "Khel Mandala"

Concerts[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Saluting the best". thehindu.com. The Hindu. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  2. ^http://thaikkudambridge.com/profile/peethambaran/
  3. ^"Bio". thaikkudambridge.com. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  4. ^http://thaikkudambridge.com/profile/govind-menon/
  5. ^"Bio". thaikkudambridge.com. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  6. ^"Fish Rock". thaikkudambridge.com. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  7. ^"Shiva". thaikkudambridge.com. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  8. ^One - Navarasam - Thaikkudam Bridge - Official HD Music Video - Kappa TV. YouTube. 29 September 2015. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  9. ^"Viduthalai - Navarasam"
  10. ^"Autumn Muse 2014". festpav.com. Retrieved 7 November 2015.
  11. ^http://www.meraevents.com/event/BITS-Pear-2016.Missing or empty |title= (help)
  12. ^"Thaikkudam Bridge Live Concert in USA". Thaikkudam Bridge Live in Connecticut. Retrieved 2016-01-28.

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