NYC Dhol

NYC Dhol is a group that can consist of 1 to 3 dhol players performing classic Punjabi beats. It brings the perfect fanfare to any baraat or big announcement needing that extra pizzazz. Dhol player Sunny Jain started the group and is known internationally as the founder, bandleader and dhol player for Red Baraat. He has performed in over 30 countries, including performances at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert for Nobel Laureates, Al Gore and Rajendra Paucharia, UN General Assembly, Padma Lakshmi’s Blossom Ball, TED conference, and at the request of the White House (Obama). He has also collaborated, performed, or recorded with a wide range of artists including Peter Gabriel, Norah Jones, Junoon, Heems (Swet Shop Boys/Das Racist), Vijay Iyer, Karsh Kale, Kailash Kher and Ali Sethi, Jain played dhol/percussion in the first ever Indian Broadway show, Bombay Dreams(2004) and made his Hollywood debut playing dhol in the film Accidental Husbandstarring Uma Thurman and Colin Firth.