Listen to Cricket World Cup 2011 Song by Kolkata Band KAYA

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Bangla Band KAYAWashington DC, USA, Feb 12, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) The acclaimed folk-rock fusion band KAYA from Kolkata, India has released their World Cup Cricket 2011 song for the enjoyment of Indians across the world.

This song is also being aired by 94.3 Radio One and Radio Misty in India.

The tunes of KAYA float on melody and rhythm, synthesizing the rich lyrics. The Music of KAYA spreads the flavor of life, blending flute tunes with the strumming of guitars, rhythm of ‘Madol’ into the deep beats of the Drums. KAYA’s music is a magical amalgamation of Folk and Fusion - a unique quality that tells a tale of real life with a great listening pleasure.

The rich variance in the compositions of KAYA evolved from the Mother Nature, infusing nature and life into the world of music. The band offers a beam of songs composed of reality and dreams of life and set to touch down the hearts of mass and class, young and old.

Recently KAYA has won a slew of awards and recognition for their unique sound and creative compositions. They featured in Bappaditya Bandopadhyay's National Award winning film HOUSEFULL (2009) in which playback singer NILANJANA SARKAR received the best playback singer - female award. KAYA, born a few years ago, has shot up in fame like a meteor, and now, all of their albums, "Kaya", "Sha Na Na" and "Dhuk Puk" and so on. KAYA were recently honored with the Best Band Award from Zee Alpha Bangla.

The band's versatility is amazing - superlative in some sense! From folkrock numbers like Jigicha Gichang, Sujan Sujan to western-based numbers like Toke Chhute Chaai, Udashi Udashi to foot-tapping melodies like Sha Na Na, Faguner Din, Missed Call etc. - their repertoire is remarkably vast. Judge for yourself and you definitely will become an instant fan of KAYA.

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