Kasha Ki Aasha Welcomes Back Singer Songwriter Mahesh Raghunandan

Kasha Ki Aasha welcomes back Bangalore based singer songwriter Mahesh Raghunandan to our terrace this Saturday.  Mahesh, whose music combines indie folk, folk rock, pop rock and soul along with a hint of blues will be accompanied by musician, Ramanan Chandramouli  for the performance which starts at 8 pm.

Come join us for yet another night full of great music, great food and great people on our terrace.  Music starts at 8 pm and keeps rolling to 10 pm.  South Indian specialties and beverages are available.  We are happy to take your reservation at Tel: 413 222 2963.  See you soon at Kasha Ki Aasha 23 rue Surcouf, Pondy 01!!!

Mahesh Raghunandan is influenced by artists ranging from Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra all the way to John Mayer, Damien Rice, and has opened for artists such as The Raghu Dixit Project, Bruce Lee Mani (Thermal and a Quarter), Parvaaz, The Kutle Khan Project, Sanjeev Thomas & Baiju Dharmajan and international artists such as Lucy Rose, Luke Sital-Singh from the U.K and Ty Penshorn from Australia.
Mahesh also performed as a singersongwriter at Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2015, Stage42 Festival 2016, Into the Void 2016, Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2017 and more. He has performed with Christian Galvez, one of the best Jazz musicians in the world.
Besides the solo career, Mahesh is involved in multiple collaborative projects. He is the frontman of the psychedelic/alt band Blushing Satellite.

Ramanan Chandramouli is a Los Angeles Music Academy (LAMA) graduate who has played guitar alongside Brad Rabuchin (Ray Charles), Philip Bynoe (Steve Vai), Tim Curle (Josh Groban) and has extensively toured the United States/Dubai/Malaysia. In India he has performed numerous times with Thermal and a Quarter, Lou Majaw, Adil & Vasundhara to name a few and has opened for the legendary John Mclaughlin from Shakthi and Mahavishnu Orchestra.

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