Photos from 1974AD, the-new-lineup, concert at the Granada theater in Dallas, Texas on September 9, 2016.
You all know Nirakar Yakthumba, the 1974 AD bassist. The Rockstar. With his band, he has, in a way, spearheaded Nepali rock music (don’t forget the occasional jazz and funk here and there) for over two decades now. And, this time around on M&S Inspire, he talks about why music makes him happier, how everything else he’s done and has been doing emanates from his passion for music, and why you need to dream.
Die Notendealer are a German acappella band. Here’s the acappella version of popular ‘Nepali Ho’ with the message to help Nepal.
This episode of Movers & Shakers video magazine presents the newly regrouped 1974 AD band along with other entertainment news and happenings from Kathmandu.
Photos from Music By The Museum 1974AD Reunited concert at Patan Museum.
One of the most highly anticipated musical events of the year, Music By The Museum took place on Friday, November 9 at Patan Museum. Adrian Pradhan, Sanjay Shrestya, Manoj KC, and Nirakar Yakthumba teamed up with their long lost member Phiroz Syangden for a spectacular show.
Premium rock band 1974AD are reuniting with their long lost member Phiroj Syangden. Not only so, the reunited boys will be performing at Music By The Museum, season 6 scheduled to be held on November 11 at Patan Museum.
Nepali rock band 1974AD left for their German tour on September 4, Tuesday. The rockers will be playing at the 850th anniversary of the historic city of Frieberg and will return after a week long stay. Their performance will be part of a three-day festival.
A centre for music studies, the Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory (KJC) celebrated World Music Day 2012 on 23rd June, Saturday at Moksh in their own style with a musical event that featured performances from the students as well as teachers.
Congratulations to Manoj Kumar KC of 1974AD who has got engaged to the love of his life, Prerana Bishet! The guitarist carried out the first step to tying the knot on June 17, Sunday.
Rock band 1974 AD are currently busy touring North America. Organised by Rock For Nepal, Rock Yatra 2012 kicked off on April 6 from San Francisco. Their next stop will be in New York on April 21.
New York based Nepali punk rock band Normal Academic will soon be performing their next big gig with 1974AD. The concert is being held in Manhattan on April 21. The band’s lead vocalist has also released a new single as his solo side project. Titled ‘Manzil Dur’, the song is performed in Urdu/Hindi language.
One of the biggest Nepali rock bands, 1974 AD have left the country for their European tour.