Coke Studio (Indian TV program)

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Coke Studio India
Coke-Studio-India.jpg
Coke Studio @ MTV
Also known asCoke Studio @ MTV
Based onCoke Studio Pakistan
Country of originIndia
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes31 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producersSamar Khan
Chandru Lakshminarayanan
ProducerLeslie Lewis (S1)
Production locationsMumbai, India
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time1 hour
Production companies
Release
Original network
Original release17 June 2011 (2011-06-17) –
4 October 2015 (2015-10-04)
External links
Coke Studio India

Coke Studio India, officially titled Coke Studio @ MTV is an Indian television programme, which features live studio-recorded music performances by various artists. Coke Studio combines myriad musical influences, from Hindustani, Carnatic and Indian folk, to contemporary hip hop, rock and pop music.[2]

Season 1 premièred on 17 June 2011 on MTV India.[3] Season 2 premiered on 7 July 2012 on MTV India DD National.[4] Season 3 premiered 17 August 2013 on MTV India, Big FM and DD National. Season 3 also premiered on All India Radio on 24 August 2013.[5] Season 4 premiered on 1 March 2015.

Seasons[edit]

Below is a list of featured artists who have performed in Coke Studio India

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

Each hour-long episode of the Coke Studio At MTV featured six songs and a diverse mix of music from alternative genres including Carnatic and Hindustani, compositions by new musicians, recreated Bollywood tracks, and a special song created on the programme. This season had a total of 10 episodes, including one which showed the best of Season 1.[3]

  • Advaita
  • Akriti Kakkar
  • Bombay Jayashri
  • Bondo
  • Chinna Ponnu
  • Colonial Cousins
  • Divya
  • Divya Lewis
  • Harshdeep Kaur
  • Kailash Kher
  • Kavita Seth
  • Khagan Gogoi
  • Khagen Gogoi
  • KK
  • Lesle Lewis
  • Mathang
  • Mathangi Rajshekhar
  • Megha Dalton
  • Megha Sriram Dalton
  • Mousam
  • Mousam Gogoi
  • Murtuza
  • Nandesh
  • Nandesh Umap
  • Naresh
  • Pankhi Dutta
  • Papon
  • Paresh
  • Parthiv Gohil
  • Qadir
  • Rabani
  • Raghu Dixit
  • Ramya Iyer
  • Richa Sharma
  • Rupmatii Jolly
  • Sabri Brothers
  • Sanjay Vidyarthi
  • Sanjeev Thomas
  • Saurav Moni
  • Shaan
  • Shafqat Amanat Ali
  • Shankar Mahadevan
  • Shruti Pathak
  • Sunidhi Chauhan
  • Sur Sangam Club
  • Suzanne D'Mello
  • Tochi Raina
  • Ustad Rashid Khan
  • Wadali brothers
  • Zoheb Hussain

Season 2 (2012)[edit]

The second season officially aired from 7 July 2012 on MTV India and Doordarshan. Every episode featured a music composer with his own composed tracks. This season also had a total of 10 episodes, including two showing the best of Season 2.[4]

  • Agam
  • Alisha Batth
  • Altamash Faridi
  • Amit Trivedi
  • Apeksha Dandekar
  • Ash Roy
  • Ashwin Srinivasan
  • Banjyotsana Borgohain
  • Benny Dayal
  • Bhanu Pratap Singh
  • Bianca Gomes
  • Bonnie Chakraborty
  • Clinton Cerejo
  • Devender Pal Singh
  • Dhruv Sangari
  • Divya Kumar
  • Dominique Cerejo
  • Hari & Sukhmani
  • Harshdeep Kaur
  • Jake Charkey
  • Jasbir Jassi
  • Jyoti Nooran
  • Karsh Kale
  • Kaushiki Chakrabarty
  • La Pongal
  • Mahalakshmi Iyer
  • Mahesh Vinayakraman
  • Mame Khan
  • Mami Varte
  • Mandeep Sethi
  • Master Saleem
  • Mili Nair
  • Monali Thakur
  • Moora Lala
  • Nandini Srikar
  • Natalie Di Luccio
  • Nicki Wells
  • Papon
  • Piyush Mishra
  • Pranav Biswas
  • Prasad Khaparde
  • Raghubir Yadav
  • Salim Merchant
  • Salvation Singers
  • Samidha Joglekar
  • Sawan Khan Manganiyar
  • Shadab Faridi
  • Sharodee Borah
  • Shilpa Rao
  • Shriram Iyer
  • Shruti Pathak
  • Sonu Kakkar
  • Sugandha Garg
  • Sultana Nooran
  • Suman Shridhar
  • Swanand Kirkire
  • Usha Uthup
  • Vijay Prakash
  • Vishal Dadlani
  • Zila Khan

After Season 2, a minicert was held at Rendezvous 2012, an annual cultural festival of IIT Delhi featuring Shilpa Rao, Papon and Advaita from 19–22 October 2012. The song "Husna" was featured in the Global Indian Music Academy Awards 2012. A minicert was held at Hard Rock Cafe, Hyderabad on 23 November 2012, featuring Amit Trivedi, Hari & Sukhmani. Again a minicert was held at Hard Rock Cafe, New Delhi on 30 November 2012, featuring Papon and Amit Trivedi.

Season 3 (2013)[edit]

Season 3 started to be aired from 17 August 2013 at MTV. The first full song was published on 1 August 2013. Named "Zariya", it was composed by A. R. Rahman.[6] The second full song, "Bismillah", by Salim Suleiman, was published on 8 August 2013 on the eve of Eid.[7] The third song, again by A. R. Rahman and named "Jagao mere des ko", was published on 14 August 2013, on the eve of Independence Day of India.[8] On 22 August 2013 "Kattey" by Ram Sampath was published. It is the fourth song and was published online before being aired on TV.[9]

There will be a total of ten episodes per season, each having one composer, including A. R. Rahman, Amit Trivedi, Papon, Clinton Cerejo, Ram Sampath, Hitesh Sonik, and Salim-Sulaiman.[5]

Season 4 (2014)[edit]

Coke Studio concerts[edit]

After the second season, a concert was held at Chaos, an annual cultural festival of IIM Ahmedabad featuring Ram Sampath, Sona Mohapatra on 28 December 2013.[citation needed]

Coke Studio Megacert was held on 9 November 2014 at Xpressions'14,[10] the annual B-School fest of Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar.[11] This programme featured the composer Amit Trivedi and was the biggest live concert in eastern India. After XIMB, it was organized at IIM Lucknow's fest Varchasva 2014 where Javed Ali performed and enthralled the audience.[citation needed]

A Coke Studio Megacert was planned for Youth Vibe 2014,[12] the Annual Global Youth Fest of Lovely Professional University, featuring Ram Sampath, Sona Mohapatra and Vijay Prakash on 14 November 2014. This is the second time Coke Studio performed at Lovely Professional University.

On 28 February 2016, the third megacert featured Diljit Doshanjh and Gurdas Maan. The concert was the biggest concert of Coke Studio so far, with a crowd of over 4,000. The event was organised by Student Entertainment and the Event Management Cell.

On 17 October 2015 Coke Studio held a concert in Jaipur featuring artists such as Amit trivedi, Ram Sampath and Sona Mohapatra.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Red Chillies Idiot Box shuts down - Indian Express". archive.indianexpress.com.
  2. ^ Moye, Jay (1 November 2013). "Coke Studio Bridges Barriers in Pakistan, India the Middle East and Africa". The Coca-Cola Company. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Season 1 On Air Schedule". Archived from the original on 26 September 2013. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Season 2 On Air Schedule". Archived from the original on 26 September 2013. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  5. ^ a b "Season 3 On Air Schedule". Archived from the original on 1 September 2013. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  6. ^ "Zariya official Youtube video showing publication date". Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  7. ^ "Bismillah official Youtube video showing publication date". Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  8. ^ "Jagao mere des ko official Youtube video showing publication date". Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  9. ^ "Kattey official Youtube video showing publication date". Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  10. ^ "Xpressions XIMB". www.facebook.com.
  11. ^ "XIMB". www.facebook.com.
  12. ^ "Youth Vibe, Lovely Professional University". www.facebook.com.

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