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What Can I Say

by Konarak Reddy

Konarak Reddy is one of the first musicians on the international stage to find a new language with western harmonic and Indian melodic concepts on guitar. He is known for his finger-style playing, as well as for integrating Hindustani and Carnatic styles of improvisation into his guitar technique. He first studied western classical theory on guitar, and then became proficient on the sarod. He studied jazz improvisation at Berklee College of Music and graduated with Honours from the Jazz Guitar Performance Program at Musician's Institute, Hollywood. Finding a vast audience at the age of 16, Konarak began touring with his eponymous band and pioneered the idea of fusion with YALI ’74, the first ever concert with rock and Carnatic musicians in India. Konarak Reddy is a regular on the fingerstyle circuit in Europe. To create awareness around the guitar, in 2004 he initiated World Guitar Nights in Bangalore, India. It has since grown to a very popular event with an Global Guitar Gita and
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Well, after a long journey into the world of solo guitar I have come back to connect with my city Bangalore and have made a Kannada pop album with the amazing singer M.D. Pallavi. This is an attempt to connect with the youth of my state, Karnataka.

What can I say – Is a love song. The girl is under pressure to marry her maternal uncle, a tradition in some communities. An arrangement to elope. But the boy, caught in the crossfires of tradition, doesn’t show up. The girl gets on a late train alone. What happens next is anybody's guess...



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