Dhol sensation Mitch Hyare is back and is making his debut just in time for a summer tour with former collaborator Manj of ManjMusik.
Mitch Hyare, the world's leading Indian percussionist, is pleased to announce his return to the South Asian music scene. Pairing with Manj (Manjeet Ral) of ManjMusik, former producer of the Bollywood hit makers RDB, Mitch is making an exciting comeback to the South Asian music industry.
Fans can expect an electrifying high energy summer tour with many artists and musicians that will leave the crowd dancing the night away one beat at a time.
Mitch Hyare is famous for the thrilling sounds and interactive stage presence featuring his world famous yellow dhol for many premier artists in Indian music such as RDB, B21, and Sukbhir.
Since his time away from the South Asian scene, Mitch found himself expressing his talent in many other genres including recording the first ever German Rock/Punjabi Fusion song with German rock legend Peter Maffay on the gold album "Encounters II – An Alliance For Children" released by Sony/BMG Germany.
He also worked with other top names in world music such as Cheb I Sabbah and recorded the first ever Punjabi Afghan song, Dohl E Bezan with the great Farhad Darya. Mitch has branched out to even the Reggae/Dancehall music scene working directly out of Kingston, Jamaica. His key performance with Morgan Heritage brought a new sound and caught the attention of members of the Marley family.
With the recent launch of Mitch's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram under MuzikOne Records, fans can reunite with the world renowned artist who is famous for thrilling sounds on his yellow dhol.
Mitch's soft release of the Progressive House song Chai Walla was met with much enthusiasm on all social media platforms with fans from all over the world posting photos of themselves drinking their morning chai. Chai Walla will be officially released later in the year.