Kohima, March 7, 2020:
On March 14, Guwahati city in Assam will play host to the folk musicians from Nagaland, the Tetseo Sisters, who are well known for their brand of fun and electrifying performances that will leave you thirsting for more.
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Lulu Tetseo, one of the acclaimed Nagaland folk group ‘Tetseo Sisters’ ahead of the group’s planned performance, has confirmed that the group shall be unveiling some exciting new content for their Guwahati fans. Talking to Inside Northeast earlier today, Lulu said that the sisters are excited to be back in Guwahati.
Here are some brief extracts from the interview:
What is your take on the music scene in Assam? The state is experiencing a boom as far as live music is concerned.
Assam, especially Guwahati has a very active cultural and live music scene. The city has played host to many lively and well attended music events too. It’s always huge fun to play in Assam and we enjoy coming back here whenever we do get the change.
Where can music lovers check you guys out this time?
We are excited to share our music at the Shilpgram Mahotsav, it will a free pass event that will be held in Shilpgram in Panjabari. The festival is going to have something for everyone. Music, food, crafts, art and culture. It just spells fun for family and friends.
Do you recall your last experience of playing here? How was it and where was it?
We are playing in guwahati after almost a year. Our last appearance in guwahati was at IIT guwahati for the British Council. This time, we have some new songs to share with our Guwahati audience too, so hope to see you there. The concert begins at 6:30 pm.
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