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Video: Botown returns to the Jazz Cafe in Camden this Saturday

PUBLISHED: 14:16 13 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:36 13 June 2013

Botown will be at the Jazz Cafe this Saturday (Pic credit: The Rajani Sisters)

Botown will be at the Jazz Cafe this Saturday (Pic credit: The Rajani Sisters)

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Innovative band lends traditional Indian music with elements of soul, blues, jazz and reggae

What do you get if you mix a collection of musicians from different traditions and backgrounds with Bollywood music and 60s soul?

Botown is an innovative and dynamic band which blends traditional Indian music with elements of soul, blues, jazz and reggae.

Dubbed as Bollywood’s answer to Sly & The Family Stone, it was established by Ajay Srivastav, a successful frontman, guitarist and solo artist who has worked alongside artists such as Jamiroquai, The Brand New Heavies, Gregory Isaacs, Apache Indian and Bollywood legend Shah Rukh Khan,

Botown serve up retro-reboots of well known Bollywood anthems alongside classics from Ray Charles, James Brown and Aretha Franklin with melodies from Bollywood greats like RD Burman, Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle.

After hitting the number one spot on BBC Asian Network’s chart with their first single, ‘Roop Tera’, Botown return to The Jazz Café with their exhilarating their global mash.

Botown will be at the Jazz Café, Parkway, Camden Town, this Saturday.

Tickets cost from £12 plus a booking fee.

For more information visit http://mamacolive.com/thejazzcafe or call 0844 847 2514.


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