DJ SHEIZWOOD brings to India "Fête de la Musique", the All-Day International Music Festival that originated from France 36 years back now celebrated on the same day in 700 cities across 120 Countries on "World Music Day"
Says DJ Sheizwood : " I am excited to bring a 36 yr old Global tradition which encourages both Amateur and professional musicians to perform on one platform , under the slogan "Make Music, Celebrate Music".
DJ Sheizwood, the only Producer, Music Dir & one of the top DJ's worldwide from India after having produced & remixed more than 101 chart bursting Music albums having carved his name Internationally with decorations like the 18th Journalist award for his outstanding contribution to Pop Music, NBC Music Award & Maharashtra Journalist Award for contribution to Folk Music wishes to organize a Three-All-Days Music Carnival which will allow every Musician & Artist passionate about Music to participate & showcase their love & talent for Music. The festival will be dedicated to & celebrated by every music lover, to encourage more creativity in music, have more concerts, and make music more accessible to the public. Several exponents of their own music fields along with amateurs & even beginners will get a global platform to explore their credentials"
DJ Sheizwood, who has worked with some of the best record labels likes Universal, T-series, Tips, Venus, HMV worldwide etc who stormed the music scenario with his blockbuster singles “Something Something” with Mika Singh, “Tu Dis Da”, “Party Punjabi Style” with Rakhi Sawant & Daler Mehndi, "Mere piya gaye Rangoon”, “Haadsa”, “Sutta Mix”, “Supergirl”, “Budha Mil Gaya” & many more is now gearing up for his next most anticipated album in collaboration with the legendary Babbu Maan based on the evergreen Monsoon theme called "Barish Ke Bahane".
Over the last couple of years, the city is celebrating music in its own emblematic disposition. Basking musicians along the ever nuzzling Mumbai streets and performing to the public are profusely visible amidst the posters of various famous bands announcing their concerts. Amphitheatres and amusement parks are swarmed up by music lovers while every noted hotel in the city has rolled out week-long concert charts.