Tuesday, January 30, 2018

92.7 BIG FM Bangalore Celebrates Musical Republic Day with Theme of ‘MUSIC UNITES’

92.7 BIG FM, one of the India’s largest radio network stayed true to its promise of providing more music with a musical celebration on the occasion of India's 69th Republic Day. The only bilingual radio station in Bangalore promoted the message of ‘Music Unites’ with various music-led activities on 26th January. With the concept of Studio-on-Wheels, the MJs went on-ground at Lal Bagh to spread the idea among the 5 + lakhs Bengalureans present at the location. Ninaad, the popular music band, joined the celebrations by singing classic numbers from Sandalwood and Bollywood, and thoroughly entertained the audience.
92.7 BIG FM is known for entertaining listeners through innovative concepts that resonate with the sensibilities of audience across age groups. This Republic Day, the radio station united the citizens across different languages on one platform through the power of music. The music band enthralled the music enthusiasts from the two of the most followed entertainment industries of Bangalore – Sandalwood and Bollywood..

Speaking about the Republic Day celebrations, MJ Shruti from 92.7 BIG FM said, “Every year our efforts are concentrated towards providing meaningful entertainment to our listeners especially during such noteworthy occasions. ‘Music Unites’ was clearly aimed at reflecting the unity in diversity that exists among the Bengalureans. It was great to have Ninaad band join us in making this day for all our citizens, a truly musical and magical one. We also enjoyed rewarding our BIG Loyalists - the ones with the loudest cheer during the celebrations, with Tulsi Saplings. We experienced their excitement and willingness to take the responsibility forward of promoting a clean and green environment.”

Fortifying its ethos of providing entertainment with a cause, the radio station tapped on to the opportunity of reaching out to a vast set of audiences and took forth the cause of 'Right to Clean Air.’

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