Wadali’s weave magic with their performance

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When it comes to soulful singing and taking the singing legacy forward, no one can beat the spirits of Wadali clan, who is working tirelessly to breathe in a new life to the Sufi singing.

Wadali brothers- Puranchand Wadali and Pyarelal Wadali and youngest to join them is Lakwinder Wadali – son of elder brother Puranchand Wadali are all masters in their skills.

Their ecstatic, inimitable style makes them unique. Hailing from Guru Ki Wadali in Amritsar, a village blessed by Guru Arjun Dev, Wadali’s have come a long way in their musical journey.

Music is a legacy left by their father and practising music for years, Wadali brothers now excel in almost all genres from Sufi qalaam, qawali, bhajans, shabads and ghazals.

C3 Venue Silverwater came alive with the performances of the Wadali’s on November 5, 2016. The event was organized under the banner of 360 Events by  Nillo Duggal and Harjinder Lucky. The event started with a tribute song to Manmeet Alisher by Surkhab Singh and later Lakhwinder Wadali took control over the stage.

With the best of the musicians and a melodious voice, Lakhwinder Wadali started with a prayer and then one after another renditions of poets like Bullah Shah ,  and other Sufi saints left the audience spellbound.

However, he does not restrict his singing to pure Sufi songs .Lakwinder’s   “Nit Khair Mange”  and “Punjabi Tappe”  were a hit among the audience , who were continuously applauding  his performance and singing along with him to the tunes.

As Lakhwinder left the stage, the elder -Wadali  duo – Puranchand  and Pyarae Lal – set the tone for  night  with their  performance. The classical lore and wits of Wadali brothers had audience glued to their seats.

The outstanding duo  rendered countless melodies including, Tere Ishq Nachaya, Tu Maane ya na mane and many more.

It was nearly sold out concert  which lasted for over 4 hours and  the audience remained glued to their seats till end.  Harleen Sohana, did a good job as an anchor.

Overwhelmed organizer , Nillo Duggal  thanked all the sponsors and said , “ The audience and the sponsors are the backbone of a  show. I am thankful to the  lovely audience , all the sponsors including  Winning smiles , Punjabi Fusion ,  Sehaj Indian Restaurant , Masala Master , Agam Group , Kajal Saloon  and  media  who  all supported the show and made  it a success.”

“ When you see the audience thoroughly enjoying the show, that is the best feeling for an organizer,” he added.15000596_1331811550171662_8480861181421799486_o-600-x-400

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