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German pop folk band Django 3000 on Friday mesmerised music lovers with their exuberant gig during their maiden trip to the capital.
Hosted by the German Embassy, the performance, which took place at the Qila in M ehrauli near the iconic 73 metres tall Qutub Minar, was attended by over 100 guests, who enjoyed some of the hits played by the band.
"Django 3000" from Chiemgau in Bavaria was founded in 2011 and consists of band members Kamil Muller (singing and guitar), Florian Rupert Starflinger (Violin, guitar), Michael Unfried Fenzl (Singing, double bass) and Jan-Philipp Wiesmann (Drums).
Their music is a fresh mix of different cultures, sounds and genres, i ncluding rock, gipsy music, pop and disco beats.
Talking about their gig here, Fenzl told IANS: "It is our first trip to India. We have already been went to Bengaluru and Mumbai."
Before starting to play their music, Muller, addressing the crowd, said: "It is wonderful to be in India... It is wonderful to be in New Delhi.
"...We will entertain you. Are you ready to rock and roll?"
The band played some of their popular numbers like "Heidi" from the debut album "Django 3000" and "Bonaparty".
Not just performingon the stage, the band members even grooved with their fans on the dance floors.
It was an outstanding experience to see the four musicians play violin, dou ble bass, acoustic guitar and drums.
Asked about their experience with the fans here, Fenzl said: "Wonderful. It was our last show from our India tour. It was a wonderful show."
Django 3000 have already explored India and have played for music lovers in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi with their unique style and music.
Asked if Django 3000 is keen to collaborate with Indian artistes, Fenzl said : "Yes. At music school (while touring India) we met some people, who are very interested to come to Germany maybe...
"There is a chance to stay connected and get them to Germany and come to India."
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