Putting modern day Indian fusion music on the global map, Raghu Dixit’s unique brand of infectious, happy music transcends age, genre, and even language. His tunes are strongly rooted in Indian culture, and tell stories that resonate everywhere he performs.
From performing for 1,00,000+ people in his home state, to taking the stage in Glastonbury, at BBC, at the show Later … with Jools Holland, and even playing for the Queen of England and the entire Royal Family, Raghu Dixit’s music has travelled the world, winning fans wherever he goes.
Raghu Dixit, and The Raghu Dixit Project, are best known for taking ancient Kannada poetry, and presenting it around the world with a contemporary, global sound. From their colourful lungis, a take on their cultural heritage, to their rooted and earthy sound, they have become a stellar example of modern India.