Frisky Pints: Rock hard bards
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Living in Camden town, London, Joseph and Danny dreamt of rock n roll to share their love of music with the world. Their journey began when New Delhi based Anggu joined the band as a lead guitarist. Valentino dreamed of becoming a rockstar, realised his dream by joining as Drummer.
Frisky pints, a Delhi based Indipop rock band's name comes from their love of having fun when they're together, their friendship and their love for their drinks.
"It was never an easy task to start as a fresh band, without contacts, fan base or any title to it's name, nor fund of any sort, still the frisky boys did their best and kept moving on," said a band member. They hope that someday frisky pints will be a household name.
Joseph Laldinsanga: The vocalist, guitarist and song writer of the band. Their songs are usually based on love and other relevant things. Danny Lalrindika is the bassist and a vocalist of the band. Anggu Pachuau is the Lead guitarist and Valentino Khiangte is the Drummer of the band.
Since 2010, they've played gigs in New Delhi in places like Double Decker, Manajsa,Café Morrison, Attitude, on Stage, Boogaloo, Dilli haat, Hotel Stallions and other local venues.
Frisky pints won the Corna battle of the bands @iiitm, Gwalior,and also took additional prizes of the best vocalist and the best drummer.
In march 2013, they participated in Hard rock rising which is a global battle of the bands, an event that takes place in every country with a hard rock outlet, ranging from Las Vegas to Tokyo, from London to New Delhi.
The competition started off with an online voting where fans had to download songs to vote for the bands, so far Frisky pints have became the Delhi winners.
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