Chandigarh, April 29, 2015: A combination of Punjabi folk and rock music, album ‘Chhadeyan Da Band’ was officially released on Wednesday at Chandigarh Press Club, Sector-27. Singer and lyricist Maninder Brar and music director Jaison Thind are the main artists of this album which was released on Mohali based music company Virk Records. Singer-actor Sherry Mann especially made a presence here as the chief guest and released the album.
The album has a total of 8 songs which have been penned by known lyricist Raju Cheema along with Maninder himself. Other than the title track Chhadeyan Da Band Bajda, the album comprises of songs like Meri Mann Na Zidd, Jutti Te Yaad, Kaside Kutdi, 5911 Warga Munda, Jis Khidki Wich, Balle O Drivera and Ni Main Aa Gaya Clubon Tight Hoke. The videography has been done by Shanty Kanwar. The songs entertain with different taste of tunes altogether.
Jaison Thind and Maninder Brar are not actually new names in Punjabi music industry. Multi-talented Jaison is primarily a music director and a composer and choreographer too. Prior to this, he has sung the song ‘Daaru’ with known singer and film actor Karamjit Anmol which is yet to be officially released. Super hit song ‘Yaara Ve Yaara’ from Sippy Gill’s hit Punjabi film ‘Putt Jattan De’ was composed by Jaison only. Maninder Brar is not only the singer and lyricist but he also has produced this music album. He has been living in Australia and doing stage shows and this is his first ever music album.
Maninder said that the era belongs to single tracks but still we have come out with a full-fledged music album because the real music lovers still prefer to listen to a CD in their car.
Jaison said that when it comes to the music choice, I and Maninder share the same taste. So it was wonderful to prepare this album. I am sure music lovers will love every bit of it and the songs would be played again and again.
Chief guest Sherry Mann’s all praise for the songs of the album and said that the music has been composed keeping in view the modern choice of the listeners and I believe the songs will make a place for themselves from a wedding function to a club’s dance floor and would drive the listeners to shake a leg.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015