I accompanied Bollywood singing star Armaan Malik on two songs for his upcoming episode of MTV Unplugged. The intimate arrangement for piano cello and vocal of Bol Do Na Zara was quite a special experience to record. We did it without any click track, a true unplugged version. #ArmaanMalik #MTVUnplugged #MTVIndia #BolDoNaZara #CelloJake #cello #CelloBollywood #IndianMusic #IndianCinema #IndiaClassicalMusic #IndianCello #HindustaniCello #Hindifilm #Bollywood #JakeCharkey
I spent April touring the USA with powerhouse Bollywood chart-topper, Arijit Singh. We played packed arena shows in Atlanta, Chicago, San Jose, Washington DC, Newark, Dallas, Austin, and Houston to over 100,000 people total with the Grand Central Symphony from NYC - contracted and managed by Rose Productions. #ArijitSingh #RoseProductions #JakeCharkey #Cello #BollywoodTour #CelloBollywood #Bollywood #GrandCentralSymphony #RoshniProductions #TMManagement #RopalEntertainment #
Royal Stag Barrel Select MTV Unplugged showcases India's biggest musical maestros performing their chart topping numbers that have swayed the nation in their most natural forms - with acoustic arrangement of music and a live studio performance sans any post production. In this fifth season, audiences are in for a treat as some of the biggest musicians of today will be seen performing unplugged music for legions of fans. The lineup this year includes massively successful music
This video premiered on Feb. 1st for Pepsi MTV indies with my friend Nirmika Kilhauney is a single from her debut EP, Joothe. I played the bass line on my electric cello and we shot this video with a bunch of kids. Enjoy! http://www.pepsimtvindies.com/videos/music-videos/nirmika-khilauney-100211508.html http://www.radioandmusic.com/entertainment/editorial/press-releases/160202-singer-songwriter-nirmika-release# #Joothe #MTVIndia #Nirmika #JakeCharkey #CelloJake #Cellosseries
Recently released on MTV's "the Dewarist's" this song heavily features my cello. Kashmir bears witness to the fourth collaboration of this season, where Shantanu Moitra and Papon create a song inspired by Tagore’s poem, ‘O Megh’ — a tribute to a child’s imagination and his dilemma at leaving his mother behind while he’s tempted to go and play with clouds and waves.
In Kashmir, they meet local poets who introduced them to local traditions via Bhand Pather’s performance. As