Kati Kamjor Rahey cha Bhagya Deep Shrestha

deep shrestha, nepali top singers, nepali singer deep shrestha, kati kamjor

vocal/music:Deep shrestha
lyris :youban tuladhar

E F#m
Kati kamjor rahecha bhagya
E B7 E
Timro siundo korna sakina
E F#m
Kati kamjor rahecha rahar
E B7 E
Timro aansu puchna sakina

E G E
Dherai badhaharu aruko
C D E
Tara haar nathani dinu
G# A E B7 E
Jati je hoos bhai gayao mana mandirma sajaunu

E G E
Dherai badhaharu aruko
C D E
Tara doosh kasailai nadinu
G# A E B7 E
Jati je hoos bhai gayao mana mandirma sajaunu

Hera na Hera Kancha by Aruna Lama

aruna lama, nepali top singer, singer of nepal, best classical singer of nepal, tara devi, narayan gopal

Hera na hera kaancha
Singer, Music : Aruna Lama Pradhan
Lyricist :

D A
Hera na hera kaancha dandalai phool le dhakyo
G C D
Tipa na tipera euta chulto ma gaansi deuna
D A
Huncha lau huncha kaanchi tyo phool ma tipi lyaaunla
G C D
Phooleko phool jhain tara ek palta haansi deuna

D Bm
Sumpi hridaya timilai hirdaya mero natoda
G D
Jeevan ko baato cha laamo eklai bichama nachoda
D Bm
Aakash dharti saachi cha hridaya ko maaya timrai ho
G D
Yo jeeban maatrai hoina arko jeevan pani timrai

D Bm
Jovan haamro ek baaji phooleko samjha mayama
G D
Hridaya ko maya mero ek baaji sumpeko samjhana
D Bm
Sumpeko timro tyo maya bhulaaune chaina aajanma
G D
Samjhana rakhenu chu sadhain bandheko baacha mayama

Ma Mare Pane Mero Desh Bachi Rahous by Shiva Shankar Manandhar.

Shiva shankar Manandhar, ma mare pane mero desh bachi rakhous

Shiva Shankar Manandhar (Nepali: शिव शंकर मानन्धर; 22 February 1932 – 14 November 2004) was a singer, music composer of Nepali songs and the chief actor in the first Nepali movie, Aama.[1] For nearly a half century beginning from 1950 to late 1990, his name has probably been mentioned more often in books, journals, lectures and conversations about Nepalese music than any other musicians.

Vocal: Shiva Shankar Manandhar (First Hero Of Nepal for Movie Aama)

A C#m G#m D A
Ma mare pani mero desh baanchi rakhos
A C#m A C#m
Himal ko takura ma Nepali ka pakhura ma
Bm C#m
Chandra da surya ankita jhanda
D Bm A
phar phara naachi rahos

A Bm
Jaya janma bhumi Jaya punya bhumi
C#m A
Jaya bir bhumi Nepal

A Bm A
Laligurans ko phool ma merai ragat ko ranga
A Bm A
Dalidali ma jhulda cha merai manko taranga
A C#m7 A C#m7
Mera sara astitwo tyagi dharti ma mileko cha
Bm C#m D Bm A
Kadapi mardaina chahe kasaile mutu chudi lagos

A Bm A
Marchu desh ko nimti gardai mari mari kaam
A Bm A
Arpit garchu aaphno jeeban yo desh lai tamam
A C#m7 A C#m7
Yehi euta dhoko cha chaha aru kehi chaina
Bm C#m D Bm A
Ma mare pani yo mero pyaro himal haansi rakhos

A Bm A
Aaphhno geet haru ma maile kalpana laakhau pokhen
A Bm A
Swodesh lai maathi uchaalne sapana hajaraun dekhen
A C#m7 A C#m7
Phalos phulos yo desh sadhain yehi nai mero kaamna
Bm C#m D Bm A
Ma mare pani yo desh mero sapana saanchi rakhos

Happy Birthday to Nepali Guitarist Anil Shahi

anil shahi, nepali musician, guitarist of nepal

Many Many Happy returns of the day to Nepali Guitarist Anil Shahi.
Anil Shahi is a fusion guitarist from Nepal. He plays with his band Mantra.

Anil shahi singing Swor samart Narayan gopal song Pokheara gham ko julka

Anil shahi awesome performance at Guitar Maestro “Sultan of String”

Preet Bina – Anil Shahi- KRIPA UNPLUGGED

Imagine Live concert by John Lennon in 1972

john lennon live concert, imagine live concert

“Imagine”

Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us
Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today…

Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace…

You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people Sharing all the world…

You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will live as one

Live Concert Imagine by John Lennon.

Official video of Imagine

Nepali Song Thado Jane ukali ta by The Axe band

Thado jane ukalo, The axe band, Nepali alternative bands

Nepali alternative rock Song Thado Jane Ukali ta by the Nepali band “The AXE”. Listen and enjoy the really enjoyable music by Nepali guitarist Sarad Shrestha.

Artist: The Axe Band (Sarad Shrestha, Shiva Mukhiya, Surendra Shrestha)

Video of Thado Jane Ukalo

Thado jane…..The AXE Band

Thado jane ukalo ta terso jane chauki
Hami pani jilke titha, maya laune hau ki
Soluko churpi sarai ni mitho khau khau lagyo ni
Soluko churpi sarai ni mitho khau khau lagyo ni
Maichyanglai kati bolako maile hasdai po bhagyau ni
Ubho hai lekma hid’daima jada bichaima chautari
Ubho hai lekma hid’daima jada bichaima chautari
Garho hai paryo bhetauna malai man milne dautari
Thado jane ukalo ta terso jane chauki
Maya laune ho ki, lasso

Maichyangle nachyo sarai nai ramro damphuko talaima
Maichyangle nachyo sarai nai ramro damphuko talaima
Moi khau jasto lagyo ni malai syau jasto galaima
Ghumnulai ramro ghandruk hamro, tyo pun hill pani
Ghumnulai ramro ghandruk hamro, tyo pun hill pani
Aaideu maya laideu malai die haath dil pani
Thado jane ukali terso jane chauki
Hami pani jilke titha, maya laune hau ki

John Lennon

John lennon, beatles, best singer of the world

John Winston Ono Lennon MBE (born John Winston Lennon; 9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) was an English singer and songwriter who rose to worldwide fame as a co-founder of the band the Beatles, the most commercially successful band in the history of popular music. With fellow member Paul McCartney, he formed a celebrated songwriting partnership.

Born and raised in Liverpool, as a teenager Lennon became involved in the skiffle craze; his first band, the Quarrymen, evolved into the Beatles in 1960. When the group disbanded in 1970, Lennon embarked on a solo career that produced the critically acclaimed albums John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band and Imagine, and iconic songs such as “Give Peace a Chance”, “Working Class Hero”, and “Imagine”. After his marriage to Yoko Ono in 1969, he changed his name to John Ono Lennon. Lennon disengaged himself from the music business in 1975 to raise his infant son Sean, but re-emerged with Ono in 1980 with the new album Double Fantasy. He was murdered three weeks after its release.

Born John Winston Lennon
9 October 1940
Liverpool, England
Died 8 December 1980 (aged 40)
New York City, United States
Cause of death Murder by shooting
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • artist
  • writer
  • activist
Years active 1957–75, 1980
Spouse(s)
  • Cynthia Powell (m. 196268)
  • Yoko Ono (m. 1969–80)
Children
  • Julian Lennon
  • Sean Lennon
Website www.johnlennon.com
Musical career
Genres
  • Rock
  • pop
  • experimental
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
  • harmonica
Labels
  • Parlophone
  • Capitol
  • Apple
  • Geffen
  • Polydor
Associated acts
  • The Quarrymen
  • The Beatles
  • Plastic Ono Band
  • Harry Nilsson
  • The Dirty Mac
  • Yoko Ono
  • David Bowie
  • Elton John

Lennon revealed a rebellious nature and acerbic wit in his music, writing, drawings, on film and in interviews. Controversial through his political and peace activism, he moved to Manhattan in 1971, where his criticism of the Vietnam War resulted in a lengthy attempt by Richard Nixon’s administration to deport him, while some of his songs were adopted as anthems by the anti-war movement and the larger counterculture.

As of 2012, Lennon’s solo album sales in the United States exceeded 14 million and, as writer, co-writer, or performer, he is responsible for 25 number-one singles on the US Hot 100 chart. In 2002, a BBC poll on the 100 Greatest Britons voted him eighth and, in 2008, Rolling Stone ranked him the fifth-greatest singer of all time. He was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1987 and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, as a member of the Beatles in 1988 and as a solo artist in 1994.

 

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1964 A Hard Day’s Night Himself
1965 Help! Himself
1967 How I Won the War Gripweed
1967 Magical Mystery Tour Himself / Ticket Salesman / Magician with Coffee Also Narrator, writer and director (producer uncredited)
1968 Yellow Submarine Himself Cameo at the end
1968 Two Virgins Short Film
1970 Apotheosis Short Film
1970 Let It Be Himself Documentary (executive producer – as The Beatles)

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1965-1966 Not Only… But Also Lavatory Attendant / Guest Episode: “Episode #1.1 (1965) & Christmas Special (1966)”

 

Banai khayo dadhelole Phatteman Rajbhandari

nepali songs, banai khayo dadhelole, phatteman rajbhandari, Narayan gopal

One of the Best Nepali Song by Phatteman Rajbhandari “Banai Khayo Dhadelole”.

Music : Narayan Gopal Gurubhacharya
Vocal : Phatteman Rajbhandari

Lyric: Please send us message if anyone knows the lyric writer of the awesome song to facebook

Lyric
Banai khayo dhadelole manai khayo tyoe mori ko papi maya ley *2
Aada rati bujheea ra jau jau lagcha dhafey sari baygaa marera
bok pane chaena malai tirkha pane chena mann bujhauney k po gare ra
khola sukyo khadaaleley yo jhan sukhyo baigunee ko asai asha ley

Banai khayo dhadelole manai khayo tyoe mori ko papi maya ley

Hasai ma laski barai aankha mero tyo maya ko chandra badhanaa
parelimai aljheeyo kee kathai mutu mero kati ramro bolee bachanaa

bali lagyo aashena ley joban lagyo baimanee ko jhelkey maya ley

Banai khayo dhadelole manai khayo tyoe mori ko papi maya ley

Jahan Chhan Buddha Ka Aankha Bhakta Raj Acharya

nepali song jaha chhan buddha ka aankha, bhakta raj acharya, nepali classical songs

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Lyric
D………………G…………….D………..
Jahan chan buddha ka aankha,
G…………………………………
snigdha santa ra sundar
…………A……………….D…….
tyaha cha santi ko chetra
G…………………D………..
mero rastra manohar
………Bm……………….G………
pran bhanda pyaro lagcha
………..A…………..D…..
mero desh kata kata
G…………………………..A……
ghulkincha mamata mero
……….G……..A…..D…
bhav ganga jata jata

D……………………………………….G………….D…
Maya Nepal ko lagcha Nepali etihaas ko
…..A………………….D………Am………………D……….
maya prakriti lo lagcha kala bhasa ra bhes ko
…Bm…………………………G…………….A……………D..
purkha ko mantra yo japchu chautari ma basi
….G………………………A……………G………….A…..D..
janani janma bhumischa swarga dapi gariyesi
D………………G…………….D………..
Jahan chan buddha ka aankha

D………………………………………G………………D…
cha thulo chahana mero aama lae hasaune
…..A………………….D…….Am…………..D………….
sarboccha sikhar bata biswo santi chinaune
……..Bm……………….G………………A……………..D…
yehi pyaro mitrika mathi paurakhi bani kana
…G……………………………A…………G………..A…….D…
parchu yo chahana purna gari deha samarpana

D………………G…………….D………..
Jahan chan buddha ka aankha,
G…………………………………
snigdha santa ra sundar
…………A……………….D…….
tyaha cha santi ko chetra
G…………………D………..
mero rastra manohar
………Bm……………….G………
pran bhanda pyaro lagcha
………..A…………..D…..
mero desh kata kata
G…………………………..A……
ghulkincha mamata mero
……….G……..A…..D…
bhav ganga jata jata

Nirvana-Kurt Cobain Stage Dive Fight

kurt cobain fight scene, rare footage of kurt cobain, love buzz fight scene

Kurt cobain Vs Bouncer fight.


Live in Concert 10/19/91 Trees, Dallas, Texas. During the show Kurt starting smashing his guitar on the Monitor Board due to monitor problems during the show after Polly, then During Love Buzz he dove into the crowd and had a fight with a bouncer.

Love Buzz Lyric

Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?

Would you believe me when I do you
You’re the queen of my heart
Please don’t deceive me when I hurt you
Just ain’t the way it seems

Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?
Can you feel my love buzz?

Yo Karma Bhumi ko Aagan ma

deepak kharel, nepali national song

One of the beautiful Nepali National (Rastiya Geet) “Yo Karma Bhumi Ko Aagan Ma”.


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Lyric:
Music:
Singer : Deepak Kharel

Lyric of Yo Karma Bhumi ko Aagan ma
ha ha ha
Yo karma bhumi ko aagan ma
Karmako udhaharan
Prastut garera dekhau
Yahako dharti bajho chaina X 2
Bikaash ko ful fulau
Biswaas garchan yahako manish haru
Sabda ma hoina karma ma
ha ha ha
Biswaas garchan yahako manish haru
Sabda ma hoina karma ma
Bikaash ko lahar puryaunu cha
Shahar ma hoina gau ma
gau gau ma, gau gau ma

Yo shanti chetra ko aagan ma
Shantiko udhaharan
Prastut garera dekahu
Yahako dharti bajho chaina X 2
Bikaash ko ful fulau X2

Nirmaan garne aapar shakti cha
Hami nepali ko pakhuri ma
ha ha ha
Nirmaan garne aapar shakti cha
Hami nepali ko pakhuri ma
Desh bhakti daudi rahancha
Yehi ragat ko thopa ma
Thopa thopa ma, thopa thopa ma

Happy Birthday to Narayan Gopal Gurubhacharya 2015.

Nepali music, classical music, narayan gopal, swor samrat, guruwacharya

Narayan Gopal Gurubacharya (Nepali: नारायण गोपाल गुरूवाचार्य) (October 4, 1939 – December 5, 1990) is the most prominent and popular singer and composer in the history of Nepali music. He is popularly referred to as “Swar Samrat” (Nepali: स्वर सम्राट, meaning: Emperor of Voice) in Nepali music. He is also known as “Tragedy King.” He is well known as a singer as well as a composer. His voice range allowed him to sing songs of every genre of Nepali music. His songs are often richly orchestrated with the sitar, harmonium and flute. He belongs to the first generation of Nepali singers who took singing as a profession. His songs have also been used in movies and dramas.

Born October 4, 1939
Kathmandu, Nepal
Died December 5, 1990 (aged 51)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Spouse Pamela Lama Gurubhacharya
First Song Panchi ko pankha ma dharti ko diyo
Last Song Birahi Maya Adhuro Rahyo
Cause of death
Diabetes
Occupation Singer, Musician, Playwriter, Editor

Songs of Swor Samrat Narayan Gopal Gurubhacharya

Timi Jun Raharley Ma ma phulna aaayao

Last Song by Swor Samrat Narayan Gopal Birahi Maya Adhuro Rahyo

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Happy Birthday to Navras Shrestha (First Newari Metal Singer and CEO of Facemeu.com)

Newari singer, lakhey , nepali singer

Many many happy returns of the day to Navras Shrestha (First Newari Metal singer – Front Man of The Lakhey Band and CEO of facemeu.com.

Navras Shrestha (Rajopadhayaya) (born September 30, 1988) is the main songwriter, founder, lead vocalist, Lead guitarist and lyricist for the Nepal first Newari heavy metal band “The Lakhey”.

Navras Shrestha founded The Lakhey in 2004. THe Lakhey first recorded song “Dhampa Tacha” originally sung and written by “Bikash Shrestha” is one of first and best Newari Metal song.

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Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne, female singer

Many Many Happy returns to Avril Lavigne

Avril Ramona Lavigne (/ˈævrɨl ləˈviːn/; French pronunciation: ​[avʁil laviɲ]; born 27 September 1984[4]) is a Canadian-French singer and songwriter. She was born in Belleville, Ontario, and spent most of her youth in the town of Greater Napanee. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain; by 16, she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more than $2 million. In 2002, when she was 17 years old, Lavigne entered the music industry with her debut album Let Go, becoming one of the most popular pop punk artists, a reason she earned her reputation of a “skater punk” persona and “pop punk princess”. Since her professional debut she has sold more than 30 million albums and over 50 million singles worldwide.

Born Avril Ramona Lavigne
27 September 1984 (age 30)
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Citizenship Canada and France
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • occasional actress
Years active 1999–present
Home town Greater Napanee, Canada
Net worth US $50 million (2013 estimate)[1]
Spouse(s)
  • Deryck Whibley (m. 2006–10)
  • Chad Kroeger (m. 2013; separated 2015)
Website www.avrillavigne.com
Musical career
Genres
  • Pop punk
  • pop rock
  • alternative rock
  • post-grunge (early)[note 1]
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
  • drums

Let Go made Lavigne the youngest female soloist to reach number 1 in the UK. As of 2013, it has sold nearly 7 million copies in the United States and over 16 million copies worldwide. Her breakthrough single, “Complicated”, peaked at number 1 in many countries around the world, as did the album Let Go. Her second studio album, Under My Skin, was released in May 2004 and was her first album to peak at number 1 on the US Billboard 200, eventually selling more than 10 million copies worldwide. The Best Damn Thing, Lavigne’s third album, was released in April 2007, becoming her third number 1 album in the UK Albums Chart and featuring her first US Billboard Hot 100 number 1 single, “Girlfriend”. Lavigne has scored six number-one singles worldwide, including “Complicated”, “Sk8er Boi”, “I’m with You”, “My Happy Ending”, “Nobody’s Home”, and “Girlfriend”. Lavigne is one of the top-selling artists releasing albums in the US, with over 11 million copies certified by the RIAA. Her fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby, was released in March 2011. Goodbye Lullaby gave Lavigne her fourth top 10 album on the US Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart and her third number 1 album in both Japan and Australia. Three months after the release of Goodbye Lullaby, Lavigne began work on her eponymously titled fifth studio album, which was released by Epic Records on 1 November 2013 following her departure from RCA Records in 2011.
Acoustic live

Lavigne took a break from recording music, pursuing careers in feature film acting and designing clothes and perfumes. She voiced Heather, a Virginia opossum, in the animated film Over the Hedge in 2006. That same year, she made her on-screen feature film debut in Fast Food Nation. In 2008, Lavigne introduced her clothing line, Abbey Dawn, and in 2009, she released her first perfume, Black Star, which was followed by her second perfume, Forbidden Rose, in 2010 and her third perfume, Wild Rose, in 2011. In July 2006, Lavigne married her boyfriend of two years, Deryck Whibley, lead singer and guitarist for Sum 41. The marriage lasted four years, and in October 2009, Lavigne filed for divorce. Whibley and Lavigne continued to work together, with Whibley producing her fourth album, as well as Lavigne’s single, “Alice”, written for Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland. Lavigne married Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger in 2013.

Early life and education

Avril Ramona Lavigne was born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Her mother is of English, Scottish, and German descent, and her father, Jean-Claude Joseph Lavigne, is French, of French-Canadian extraction, and Avril holds a French passport. She was named “Avril” by her father after the French word for the month of April. He and Lavigne’s mother, Judy, recognized their child’s vocal abilities when she was two years old and sang “Jesus Loves Me” on the way home from church.Lavigne has an older brother, Matthew, and a younger sister, Michelle, both of whom teased her when she sang. “My brother used to knock on the wall because I used to sing myself to sleep and he thought it was really annoying.”

When Lavigne was five years old, the family moved to Greater Napanee, Ontario, a town with a population of approximately 5,000. Although she has been struggling with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) ever since she was a child and was sometimes kicked out of class for misbehaving, her parents supported her singing. Her father bought her a microphone, a drum kit, a keyboard, and several guitars, and converted their basement into a studio; following his own love for music Jean-Claude led the family to church at Third Day Worship Center in Kingston, Ontario where he often played bass. When Lavigne was 14 years old, her parents took her to karaoke sessions. Lavigne also performed at country fairs, singing songs by Garth Brooks, The Dixie Chicks, and Shania Twain. She also began writing her own songs. Her first song was called “Can’t Stop Thinking About You”, about a teenage crush, which she described as “cheesy cute”.

Music career

1999–2001: Early performances and record deal

In 1999, Lavigne won a radio contest to perform with fellow Canadian singer Shania Twain at the Corel Centre in Ottawa, before an audience of 20,000 people. Twain and Lavigne sang Twain’s song “What Made You Say That”,  and Lavigne told Twain that she was going to be “a famous singer”. During a performance with the Lennox Community Theatre, Lavigne was spotted by local folksinger Stephen Medd. He invited her to contribute vocals on his song “Touch the Sky”, for his 1999 album Quinte Spirit. She later sang on “Temple of Life” and “Two Rivers” for his follow-up album, My Window to You, in 2000.

In December 1999, Lavigne was discovered by her first professional manager, Cliff Fabri, while singing country covers at a Chapters bookstore in Kingston, Ontario. Fabri sent out VHS tapes of Lavigne’s home performances to several industry prospects, and Lavigne was visited by several executives. Mark Jowett, co-founder of the Canadian management firm Nettwerk, received a copy of Lavigne’s karaoke performances recorded in her parents’ basement. Jowett arranged for Lavigne to work with Peter Zizzo during the summer of 2000 in New York, where she wrote the song “Why”. Lavigne was noticed by Arista Records during a trip to New York.

In November 2000, Ken Krongard, an A&R representative, invited Antonio “L.A.” Reid, then head of Arista Records, to producer Peter Zizzo’s Manhattan studio to hear Lavigne sing. Her 15-minute audition “so impressed” Reid that he immediately signed her to Arista with a deal worth $1.25 million for two albums and an extra $900,000 for a publishing advance. By this time, Lavigne had found that she fit in naturally with her hometown high school’s skater clique, an image that carried through to her first album, but although she enjoyed skateboarding, school left her feeling insecure. Having signed a record deal, and with support from her parents, she left school to focus on her music career.

Kutumba Live in Pokhara

kutumba, kutumba live concert in pokhara

Live Concert in P O K H A R A
Date:26 September, 2015
At the grand opening of Godfather’s Pizzeria-2
Kutumba will be featuring with a very talented fiddle player Sharon Hassan (Scotland).

Past Concert:

Nepali folk singer Asha pun committed suicide

lok dohari singer aasha pun, nepali singer committed suicide

गायिका आशा पुनले विष शेवन गरेर आत्महत्या गरेकी छिन् । राजधानकिो फेवा दोहोरी साँझमा कार्यरत गायिकाले मंगलबार विष शेवन गरेर आत्महतया गरेको गायक टंक तिमल्सिनाले जानकारी दिए ।

गोरखाकी २५ वर्षीय गायिका नेपाली सांगीतिक क्षेत्रमा संघषरत थिइन् । गायिका पुनको रामचन्द्र काफ्लेसँग गाएको तिम्रो दिलको पोष्टमा गोल गर्न चाहान्छु बोलको गीत बजारमा आउने तयारीमा छ । श्रीमान श्रीमतीको झगडाका कारण उनले आत्महत्या गरेको हुनसक्ने प्रहरीको प्रारम्भिक अनुमान छ । घटनाका बारेमा प्रहरीले छानबिन सुरु गरेको छ ।

Source: osnepal

Bijaya Vaidya – Nepali legendary sitar player.

bijaya Vaidya, Nepali sitarist, rock sitar player of Nepal,

Many Many Happy Returns of the Day. Today is Birthday of famous Nepali Sitar Player Bijaya Vaidya.

Shortly About Bijaya Vaidya

Bijaya Vaidya is a legendary Sitar Virtuoso of Nepal. He has performed in thousands of concerts in major cities around the globe – most of his performance completely dedicated to charity and fund raising for social works. This acclaim comes out from his long years of efforts in promoting Nepali music and opening new doors for the Nepali music industry. He has been promoting all genre of music from eastern classical, rock and roll to the Celtic forms of music. Because of his broad experiences he is very well versed in the cultural and social life of Nepal and his people. Bijaya also advocates for peace and harmony on planet Earth.

Live Performance By Bijaya Vaidya

BATTI DEUTA – JOINT FAMILY INTERNATIONALE

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Batti Deuta is a satirical song asking the Gods to ‘give us ‘batti’ or light. As we Nepali people consider a stone or a rock to be God, then there must be a God for electricity, water, roads and wisdom. So, this song is simply a prayer to all those gods and goddesses to give us all the things we don’t have enough of in Nepal. This video would not have been possible without the generous support of Jay Bruno Malla, who supports the Nepali music scene and musicians wholeheartedly. We would also like to thank Nishan Pradhan for his contribution. Prallen Pradhan, Jems Pradhan and the production team from Blue Ant Productions and Music Works for their great and fun production. This song was recorded, mixed and mastered at Katjazz Records by Manzil KC and is arranged and performed by Joint Family Internationale.
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Dave Mustaine

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Many Many Happy returns of day, Dave Mustaine.

David Scott “Dave” Mustaine (born September 13, 1961) is an American musician. He is best known as the co-founder, guitarist, and lead singer of the American thrash metal band Megadeth, and well as the original lead guitarist for the American heavy metal band Metallica.

Birth name David Scott Mustaine
Born September 13, 1961
La Mesa, California, United States
Genres Thrash metal, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter, producer, actor, author, talent manager
Instruments Guitar, vocals
Years active 1978–2002, 2004–present
Labels Loud, Combat, Capitol, Sanctuary, Roadrunner, Tradecraft
Associated acts Megadeth, Metallica, MD.45, Red Lamb
Website www.megadeth.com

 

Early life

David Mustaine was born in La Mesa, California, to Emily (née David) and John Mustaine. His father was of French and Finnish descent and his mother was Jewish. He was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness.

Early career

Panic

Panic was Mustaine’s first band. The lineup was Mike Leftwych on drums, Bob Evans on bass, Tom Quecke on rhythm guitar, Pat Voeks as the vocalist and Dave Mustaine was the lead guitarist. Both Mike Leftwych and the sound man were killed in a car crash after Panic’s second show.

Metallica

In 1981, Mustaine left Panic to join Metallica as the lead guitarist. Metallica’s drummer Lars Ulrich had posted an ad in a local newspaper, The Recycler, looking for a lead guitarist. In his own words, Mustaine remembers his first meeting with James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich: “I was in the room warming up and I walked out and asked, ‘Well, am I gonna audition or what?’, and they said, ‘No, you’ve got the job.’ I couldn’t believe how easy it had been and suggested that we get some beer to celebrate.”

Mustaine’s membership in Metallica ended before recording Kill ‘Em All in 1983. Brian Slagel, owner of Metal Blade Records, recalls in an interview: “Dave was an incredibly talented guy but he also had an incredibly large problem with alcohol and drugs. He’d get wasted and become a real crazy person, a raging megalomaniac, and the other guys just couldn’t deal with that after a while. I mean, they all drank of course, but Dave drank more … much more. I could see they were beginning to get fed up of seeing Dave drunk out of his mind all the time.”

On one occasion, Mustaine brought his dog to rehearsal; the dog jumped onto the car of Metallica bassist Ron McGovney and scratched the paint. Hetfield allegedly yelled at Mustaine’s dog and kicked it in anger, to which Mustaine responded by physically attacking Hetfield and McGovney and verbally abusing Ulrich. Mustaine was fired following the altercation, but the next day, Mustaine asked to be allowed back in the band and was granted his request. Another incident occurred when Mustaine, who had been drinking, poured a full can of beer down the neck and into the pick-ups of Ron McGovney’s bass. When McGovney tried playing it, he received an electrical shock, which he claims ‘blew him across the room and shocked the hell out of him’. McGovney then told Mustaine and Hetfield to leave his house and left the band shortly after.

On April 11, 1983, after Metallica had driven to New York to record their debut album, Mustaine was officially fired from the band because of his alcoholism, drug abuse, overly aggressive behavior, and personality clashes with founding members Hetfield and Ulrich, an incident Mustaine refers to as “no warning, no second chance”. The band packed up Dave’s gear, drove him to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and put him on a Greyhound bus bound for Los Angeles It was on this bus ride that Mustaine scribbled some lyrical ideas on the back of a hand bill, which would later become the song “Set the World Afire” from the 1988 Megadeth album So Far, So Good… So What!

During his time in Metallica, Dave Mustaine toured with the band, co-wrote four songs that appeared on Kill Em All, and co-wrote two songs that would eventually appear on Ride the Lightning. Mustaine has also made unverified claims to have written parts of “Leper Messiah” from Master of Puppets. He also recorded several songs with the band including the No Life ‘Til Leather demo tape. A few of the songs he wrote with Hetfield and Ulrich went on to be re-recorded by Metallica. The most well-known of these is “The Four Horsemen” from Kill ‘Em All, which Mustaine wrote as “The Mechanix” and later released on Megadeth’s debut album with the original lyrics as “Mechanix”.

Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels was the name of the short-lived band that Mustaine founded after his departure from Metallica. In April 1983, after returning to California to live with his mother, he landed what he calls his first real job with the aid of Robbie McKinney. McKinney and a friend, Matt Kisselstein, worked with Mustaine as telemarketers. Mustaine quit his job after earning enough money to move to an apartment in Hollywood, and recruited McKinney, who played guitar, and Kisselstein, who played bass, for his band Fallen Angels.  In his biography, Mustaine describes that “We lacked the chemistry, the energy, the spark—or whatever you want to call it—that gives a band life in its infancy.” The partnership did not last.

This paved the way for his partnership for Dave Ellefson and Greg Handevidt. Ellefson was playing the opening bass line of Van Halen’s ‘Running with the Devil’ in the apartment below Mustaine’s. After stomping on the floor and shouting for them to stop, Mustaine, being hung over at the time, took a potted plant and threw it ou t of his window and hit the air conditioner of the apartment below.This resulted in the 2 coming up to Mustaine’s apartment to ask for cigarettes. Mustaine replied “There’s a store on the corner” and slammed the door in their faces.A few minutes later, they knocked on the door, this time asking if he could buy them beer. Mustaine’s reply: ‘Ok, now you are talking’. They spent the night talking about music, and soon after, Mustaine, Ellefson and Handevidt were then bandmates.

With little confidence in his own vocal capabilities, Mustaine added ‘Lor’ Kane (real name Lawrence Renna) to the Fallen Angels roster. Kane did not stay long, although is credited for the suggestion that they should change the name to Megadeth, knowing that Mustaine had written a song of the same name. After Kane left, the first of many drummers, Dijon Carruthers, joined the band. The lineup of Mustaine, Ellefson, Handevidt and Carruthers would be the first incarnation of Megadeth.

Megadeth

The 1980s

After a series of unsuccessful vocalist auditions, Mustaine elected to take on vocal duties himself in addition to playing lead guitar. In 1984, Megadeth cut a three-song demo with drummer Lee Rausch, who replaced Carruthers after Mustaine and Ellefson decided they couldn’t trust him. Carruthers had chosen to hide his black heritage from them by claiming he was Spanish, and they couldn’t understand why he would deceive them since they weren’t racist. Kerry King joined the band for a few shows; however, he opted to leave Megadeth after less than a week so he could continue working on his own band, Slayer. Jazz-influenced drummer Gar Samuelson replaced Raush, who left after Mustaine convinced him to play with a broken foot.Megadeth recorded a demo as a three-piece band, which captured the attention of guitarist Chris Poland, also a jazz player and a friend of Samuelson, who subsequently joined the band. In November, the band signed a deal with Combat Records and began touring.

In May 1985, Megadeth released their first album, Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good!, on Combat Records. That summer, the band toured the U.S. and Canada with Exciter. Guitarist Mike Albert replaced Chris Poland when he was incarcerated for possession of heroin. After Poland was released, he rejoined the band in October and the band then began recording their second studio album for Combat. On New Year’s Eve of that year, Megadeth played in San Francisco with Exodus and Metal Church. Metallica was the headliner. This was the only time Megadeth and Metallica were on the same card, until 1991.

In 1986, after recording Killing Is My Business…, Mustaine approached Jackson Guitars for a custom-built guitar. Jackson modified their existing Jackson King V model for Mustaine by adding 2 more frets to the standard 22 fret King V. In the 1990s the company began mass-producing a Dave Mustaine signature series Jackson King V, which continued into the early 2000s. This model uses Seymour Duncan SH-4 pickups, also known as TB-4 pickups.

The following year, major label Capitol Records signed Megadeth and obtained the rights to their second album, Peace Sells… but Who’s Buying?, from Combat. Megadeth opened a U.S. tour with King Diamond and Motörhead. This album, released in November, is regarded as a landmark metal album. It produced the notable title track (the opening bass lick of which was used by “MTV News” segments) as well as the thrash anthem “Wake Up Dead”. The videos for both songs became staples on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball.

In February 1987, Megadeth opened for Alice Cooper on his Constrictor tour. The band also toured with King Diamond whose previous band, Mercyful Fate, were a huge influence on Megadeth. In March, Megadeth’s first world tour began in the U.K. Mustaine and Ellefson guested on the band Malice’s License To Kill album. Megadeth re-recorded “These Boots” for the soundtrack to the film “Dudes”, and that summer went on tour with Overkill and Necros. Amid drug problems and suspicions of stealing the band’s equipment and pawning it for drug money, Mustaine fired Poland and Samuelson after their last show in Hawaii.

Chuck Behler, who had been Samuelson’s drum tech, became Megadeth’s new drummer with guitarist Jeff Young replacing Poland. Megadeth released their third album, So Far, So Good… So What!, in January 1988. The album contains the song “In My Darkest Hour”, which, according to the liner notes of So Far, So Good… So What!, was composed after the death of Metallica’s bass player Cliff Burton, despite the lyrics having nothing to do with Burton. “Hook in Mouth” attacked the Parents Music Resource Center with gusto, although their cover of the Sex Pistols’ “Anarchy in the UK”, despite a guest appearance from ex-Pistol Steve Jones, was ill-advised in the eyes of Allmusic’s critic.

Later that year, Megadeth opened for Dio and then Iron Maiden on tour before playing the Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington in the U.K. with Kiss, Iron Maiden, Guns N’ Roses, David Lee Roth, and Helloween. Shortly after, Mustaine fired Behler and Young, accusing Young of having thoughts of a relationship with Mustaine’s then-girlfriend. Around this period, Mustaine produced the debut album from Seattle thrash band Sanctuary, called Refuge Denied.

Nick Menza, who was Chuck Behler’s drum tech, joined Megadeth in 1989, and the band recorded their only track ever as a three-piece: a cover of Alice Cooper’s “No More Mr. Nice Guy” for the Wes Craven-directed horror flick, Shocker. Video director Penelope Spheeris would later recount in the Megadeth episode of Behind The Music that Mustaine showed up to the video shoot so fried on heroin and other drugs that he could not sing and play guitar at the same time; therefore, the singing and playing had to be recorded separately. Mustaine was arrested for “impaired driving” that March with seven or more drugs in his system and was forced by authorities to enter a rehabilitation program (the first of his 17 visits to rehabilitation centers).

Guthrie Govan Live in Nepal

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Guthrie Govan Live in Nepal. All the funds raised from the event will go to No silence for NEPAL association and transparently utilized in building up houses and provide necessary essential supplies to the villages affected by the earthquake.

Mark your calendar: October 23 !!

Venue: 25Hours, Tangal – Kathmandu.
Entrance: Pre Sales – NRs. 1500 | Door Sales: NRs. 2000

Tickets to be available soon !!
Source: No silence for NEPAL association

FUNERUS LIVE IN NEPAL

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Death metal titan Funerus will be spreading Black Death over Nepal on September 9 (Pokhara) and September 10 (Kathmandu). The Kathmandu leg event will take place at Valmiki Campus, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu.

Funerus is US based death-metal band formed in the year 1990. The band is spearheaded by one of Metal’s most supreme female front-woman Jill McEntee and perhaps one of the most important personnel in Death Metal history. The other members in the band are John McEntee (Incantation, ex-Mortician, ex-Immolation, ex-Goreaphobia, ex-Revenant). The band is recently joined by the two veterans of the Pittsburgh Metal scene, Pat Carroll (ex- Liquified Guts) on drums and Barry Mull
(ex-Rottrevore) on guitars; hence giving the band its final form.

Bands Lineup
Funerus (u.s.a ) – death metal
UgraKarma (Kathmandu) – death metal
Dying Out Flame (Kathmandu) -vedic death metal
Pisakas (Bangalore, India) – death metal
Undefined Human (Hetauda, Nepal) – death metal
Asphyxiate (Patan, Nepal) – technical death metal/deathcore)
Defleshed (Kathmandu, Nepal) – death metal

Source: Nepalunderground