Rahul Ram remembers late ace guitarist Sonam Sherpa of Parikrama in LIVE session: 'Bahut hello pyara aadmi tha'

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Rahul Ram remembers late guitarist Sonam Sherpa &  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Key Highlights

  • Rahul Ram, the lead bassist of Indian Ocean, went LIVE on ZOOM TV’s Facebook web page
  • He performed a musical session for his followers and carried out for them on their favorite tunes
  • During the session, he remembered ace guitarist Sonam Sherpa

At a time when the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed lives and created panic, celebrities have been doing their bit in serving to folks achieve some perspective and discover positivity on this scenario. Musicians and singers world wide have been conducting concert events and musical classes from their lounge to assist elevate consciousness in regards to the grave scenario and are additionally offering monetary help to these being affected by the pandemic. 

Back dwelling, in style music band, Indian Ocean is at present going dwell on Zoom TV’s official Facebook web page and have been creating the right environment of a live performance for folks at dwelling. While Amit Kilam sat in his music room showcasing his devices and singing for his followers as they despatched him track requests, band member Rahul Ram, too, got here on-line and performed an ethereal session for his followers. 

From singing his songs and explaining the importance of them, he actually saved the viewers hooked. Besides this, he additionally remembered well-known musician Sonam Sherpa (a part of the band Parikrama) who handed away not too long ago. 

Concluding his session, he stated, “A final shoutout to Sonam Sherpa who died all of the sudden, unexpectantly, horribly, in his room someplace in Darjeeling. Bahut hello pyara aadmi tha yaar. Sonam, you’re such a beautiful man and such an inspiration. Love you numerous.”

Sonam Sherpa was the lead guitarist of in style band Parikrama and had joined the group in 1991. Besides enjoying for the band, he expanded his craft by opening a faculty to show younger skills and ran Parikrama college in New Delhi. He died of cardiac arrest on February 14, 2020. He is survived by his spouse Dina and son Nathan. 

Meanwhile, the music business has been creating a lot noise on-line to not simply hold followers entertained but in addition present elevate funds to numerous charities. Recently, every member of the Backstreet Boys, too, went on-line and sang their iconic quantity, I Want It That Way from their residing rooms. 

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