One of the musicians present in the concert was Alo Wanth from Nagaland. He is well known artist among the North East, if not the entire nation. In this ANI video, he said, “Music is a universal language. I think under music, we do not have any religion or caste etc. It is one of the ways to reach the heart of the people. We love music.”
Northeastern people love their music and it was evident with the number of people that turned up for the event. One such member from the audience, Ashuni said in this video, “Lot of talented musicians are there in the North East. More people should come from the North East to the metros so that more people can see their talent.”
Kaguirong Gonmei, the organiser said, “We started this High pitch productions to promote young talent blooming in Nagaland.” There is no dearth of quality singers in the North East, but for various reasons they are not able to come out of their homeland. Gonmei maintains that there are North Easterns who play in petty concerts, churches etc. But his main objective lies in promoting them and give them a platform to perform.
All music lovers scattered all over the country would like to see many more musicians from the North East rocking the music world. There are two things that comes naturally to people from the North East- to kick a football and strike a guitar chord along with their smooth voices.
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