AGP World Presents British A Cappella Band, The Magnets- Debut Tour


AGP World, producers of super hit theatrical plays and musical extravaganzas, bring the world renowned British A Cappella band, The Magnets, on their first tour to India. The Magnets are A Cappella stars, making incredible music simply with their mouths. Combining glorious harmonies, virtuosi beat boxing and a very British charm they have become a must see act at music festivals and venues around the world. All without an instrument between them! This A Cappella super group featuring the hottest vocal and beat boxing talent on the international scene will perform in New Delhi, on 16th September 2017, at Sirifort Auditorium.
Ashvin Gidwani, Producer & MD, AGP World says, “This is a show where everyone gets to party from start to the finish. It is going to be quite a blast as we have fused the best of the West with popular Indian music. Don’t wait to hear from someone else that you missed a super experience.”
The Magnets will perform songs by some of the greatest British songwriters, from The Beatles to Adele and international chartbusters across genres. They will be accompanied by the multi-talented gorgeous ‘Bollywood Soprano’ Natalie Di Luccio, whose repertoire ranges from Opera to Bollywood hits. AGP World combines these talents for the first time in the show called “The Magnets Feat’’ and the blend of these two unique talents is all set to light ablaze the stage. The audience are in for a treat as East meets West from Pop, Rock and Bollywood chartbusters that will keep your foot tapping all through the performance.
The Magnets are the perfect ambassadors for British music, culture and entertainment. Their shows are spiced with musical sophistication, smart choreography, humor and audience participation. Having performed in major venues such as the Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Jubilee, the O2 Empire and The Roundhouse with artists such as Blondie, Tom Jones, Michael Ball and Lisa Stansfield to name a few, The Magnets, have won the FM Pick of the Edinburgh Fringe Award four times over besides several Contemporary A Capella Recording Awards.

Friday, September 8, 2017