Log on to the MJ Show on IMN to know your musicians better

MUMBAI: PING Network has launched MJ Show with radio jockey (RJ) Mihir Joshi, on its YouTube channel-India Music Network (IMN). The show which features trend setting musicians giving a sneak peek into their musical journey, also entertains audiences with candid chats focusing on life beyond work.

The show features the RJ discussing work, dreams, inspirations and opinions with various artists from indie and Bollywood music industry. What is unique is that it allows viewers to check out an array of International and Indian songs that the artists talk about. The first few episodes featured well known artists like Ehsaan Noorani, Kavita Seth and Shamali Kholgade discussing favorites, life apart from music, first break and much more.

PING Network founder and CEO Prashanto Das said, ?The MJ Show combines the chattiness of radio with visual appeal, allowing the viewer to take a peek into to the star?s veiled life. It caters to global audiences. The beauty of the show being everybody gets to see it at the same time.?

Commenting on the format of the show Joshi commented, ?Prashanto and I felt that there was a need for a fun talk show with some of the best musicians in the country and with the entire digital revolution YouTube is a perfect platform for us to promote it. I think the fact that viewers get a chance to know their favourite musicians in a different light and their own independent original music is what sets the show apart.?

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