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A unique collaboration with Bay Area cellist Suellen Primost and troubadour saxophonist Jeremy Marais
SAN RAMON, Calif. - Sept. 6, 2016 - PRLog -- Ekonkar Records announces the release of Shivpreet Singh's Kirtan album Saas Saas. The album includes six new tracks including an English poem, four Gurbani shabads, and a meditation track.  Much of the music from the album was several years in the making.  The title track Saas Saas is the first fusion recreation of a popular traditional composition. Ardaas is a rejuvination of Shivpreet Singh's memorable title track composition from his first album.  Kartaa is a new composition in Raag Shri with unconventional accompaniment of the cello and sax, and a pop beat.




Links to Saas Saas on iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | YouTube

This album features two talented musicians who are new to Gurbani music: Suellen Primost on the cello and Jeremy Marais on the Saxophone.  Vocals, music, mixing and mastering are done by Shivpreet Singh.

Saas Saas can now be heard from several streaming sites including Spotify, You Tube Music, Pandora and Apple Music.  Tracks can also be downloaded from several digital avenues including iTunes, Amazon Music and Google Play.


About Shivpreet Singh

Shivpreet Singh is a California based singer and composer who is a pioneer in fusion Indian music. Trained initially by the legendary Indian Classical master Pt. Raghunath Prasanna, and later at U.C. Berkeley, his music blends multiple genres. He was the first south asian in the US to land a major label contract. Since 2010 he has been producing music independently in collaboration with musicians around the world and his compositions have been downloaded and streamed over 1 million times in the past 5 years. http://www.shivpreetsingh.com

Press Release: https://www.prlog.org/12584920-shivpreet-singh-releases-new-kirtan-album-saas-saas.html


This fusion piece was composed in collaboration with Peter Rand (Keys), Saranya Varma (Vocals), Nicola Offidani (Guitar), Raul Rodriguez (Drums), and Rob Glass (Bass).  Thanks for listening, liking, and sharing!
I just realized ... Since I started putting videos on youtube, more than one-million minutes have been watched on my channel.  I don't know most of the people who listen to my music but I am very grateful for their love and inspiration.    


I don't put a lot of my music on YouTube because frankly it is easier to just publish music without videos.  But among the ones that I have posted, these are my favorite:




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