Bhangra music lovers are in for a treat! Jazzy B, also known as “the Crown Price of Bhangra”, will be performing at the Colston Hall in Bristol on Sunday 4 November and fans are eagerly waiting to see the star and hear his music live.
The international bhangra superstar will be in concert in an event hosted by the Asian Arts Agency in association with Colston Hall and will concentrate this appearance on his recent album release ‘Mahrarajas’. The Punjabi singer, who is one of the few to hold a firm control over the bhangra music industry, has become synonymous with energetic tunes as he continues to push the boundaries of modernised bhangra-pop.
Blending Punjabi folk music with Bollywood songs and R&B beats, Jazzy B’s live performance at Colson Hall promises to draw big crowds. Fans can also expect the singer to belt out other popular hits from previous albums like ‘Rambo’, ‘Romeo’ and ‘Tera Roop’ at the Bristol performance.
Born in Punjab, India, as Jaswinder Bains, Jazzy B travelled to Canada at the age of five where he spent his formative years. He now resides in Birmingham and performs at sold out concerts across the UK and internationally. His commitment to music and promotion of the bhangra genre has been recognised when Jazzy B was awarded an O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire) in 2008 for his services to music.
The multi-platinum singing superstar has collaborated with several influential artists in the Punjabi and bhangra music industry including Sukhshinder Shinda, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Gippy Grewal and Balkar Sidhu. Jazzy B is poised to make his cinematic debut with the Punjabi film Best of Luck. opposite Miss India Universe 2008 Simran Mundi.
To watch Jazzy B perform live at Colston Hall in Bristol, buy your tickets here.