Karsh Kale curates an all-star finale for Bacardi NH7 Weekender across four cities. Backed by his Indian band Karsh Kale Collective, the set features some of India’s best talent including Vishal Dadlani, Midival Punditz, Papon and Nucleya.
Karsh co-hosts his first television show along with DJ/producer Nucleya, composing 3 brand new tracks for the popular tv show. The two artists travelled across India meeting and recording a variety of musicians and sounds for the tracks.
Karsh Kale received the high honour of being invited to perform at the White House for the President of the United States of America, Barack Obama and other guests and President Obama acknowledged the visionary artist in his speech.
Karsh Kale collaborates with Indian folk star Papon and Carl Barat of The Libertines, composing a tune called A Minstrel’s Tale for the season finale of The Dewarists Season 2.
Karsh Kale was chosen as one of the international artists to contribute to ONO: Give Peace A Chance, remixing the iconic track for the album which was released in Times Square, New York.
Karsh Kale wins his first GIMA Award for Best Fusion Album for his widely acclaimed fifth studio album Cinema.
Karsh Kale’s Coke Studio India episode goes on air on the 11th of August 2012 on MTV. Tune in to watch the Karsh Kale Collectiv perform six incredible tracks – Glorious, Shedding Skin, Kajar Bina Kare, Dil Cheez, Peekaboo and Hallelujah.
Karsh Kale’s critically acclaimed album Cinema has been nominated for Global Indian Music Academy Award 2012. Cinema, Kale’s fifth studio album has been nominated for Best Fusion Album. Other nominees in the category include A.R. Rahman, Anoushka Shankar and Advaita.