KK will sing what Delhi asks him to sing
How about a show where a playback singer performs on songs from his discography that have been chosen by the fans? Sounds great, doesn’t it? Playback singer KK is geared up for his performance in Delhi at Fever Unplugged with KK, a concert by Fever Entertainment on December 5, at the Siri Fort Auditorium in the Capital. The singer shares his excitement with us: “It’s always a pleasure to be part of Fever Unplugged shows. I will be performing in unplugged format in Delhi for the first time.” He adds, “The unplugged format is very up, close and personal. Everything is crystal clear. I don’t say that electronic is loud, but when I say ‘it’s unplugged’, you get to hear things which you wouldn’t perhaps hear during gigs.”
This time KK promises to be a little “hatke”, and the songs that he will sing on stage are being selected by the listeners of Fever 104 FM. “I will be singing songs that have been requested by the people of Delhi, so I will be doing quite a few of them. I’m really excited about the lovely evening,” says KK, who has given hits include Tu Jo Mila (Bajrangi Bhaijaan; 2015) and Tune Maari Entriyan (Gunday; 2014).
The 45-year-old feels nostalgic about the upcoming performance and reveals that this was the venue where he had his first big concert. “Siri Fort was one of my first singing platforms. I performed there I was still in school. That was the first time I felt how performing on a big stage would be like; and the stage has only got bigger since then. It feels incredible,” he shares, adding: “I’ll also share some anecdotes with the audience when I perform,” he says.
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