Highlights of A&M Studio’s Day 1 of Naman: A Tribute Concert

The concert was held on the occasion of Labour Day, in honour of the essential services personnel, medical workers and as a homage to Legends Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan.


The first day of the 3 day tribute concert got off to a rocking start where 13 artists gave mind-blowing performances ranging from sufi, gazals, contemporary, Bollywood to unique fusion. The show was anchored by RJ Karan Singh of Fever 104 FM, Joe Baath and Bhavana Bhatia, with opening and closing messages from Manpreet Singh Kochar. The artists expressed their gratitude to the Braveheart’s and Messiah’s across the world who are fearlessly working round the clock, putting themselves at risk, just to help us.

The artists, musicians and dancers who performed today and enthralled thousands of viewers and listeners: Namrata Das, Nishad Khambholja, Sudhanshu Gaur, Hanita Bhambhri, Madhuparna Vaidya, Rishabh Giri, Amrita Bharti Panda, Ankita Dey, Simran Bharadwaj, Meenal Verma(dance act), Khanak Joshi, Vivaan Iyer, Abhishek Anil Sharma.

The young artists and performers where cheered by legends like Pravesh Sippy of NN Sippy Productions and Rekha Bharadwaj.

A&M Studio Naman is co-presented by The Crazy Yogi Koffie - freshly roasted artisanal koffie and Loudest.In. The concert is co-partnered by Fever FM, Everything Experiential, One Loop, NewsMobile and Social Street.

Do tune in tomorrow to watch 13 more incredible artists perform.




· 40+ artists and musicians from all across the World – India, UAE, Canada and USA

· The Digital concert will be hosted from A&M Studio Facebook page and relayed from Child Help Foundation page.

· The genres will range from Folk, Sufi, Bollywood, Regional, Pop, Fusion

· 11 Hrs non-stop concert for 3 days. Each artist performing live for 40 mins

· The Concert will be anchored by the RJs of Fever 104 FM and celebrity anchors – Joe Baath & Bhavana Bhatia

A&M Studio has also partnered with Child Help Foundation, with an objective to raise funds for children from marginalised sections, who need support during the lockdown.

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