Ajay’s critically acclaimed debut album Karmic Blues hit the No.1 spot on the Amazon Blues Album Charts, on the first weekend of its release.
Described in the music press as ground-breaking, Ajay is a singer/songwriter and guitar player who creates a world of sound that resonates with echoes of Delta Blues and Indian folk. He transcends musical borders with spiritual and meditative lyrics and a sound that bridges the Mississippi with the Ganges.
Ajay has had top ten hits in India and the UK and has worked with a diverse variety of acts such as Jamiroquai, Gregory Isaacs, Zakir Hussain, Apache Indian and Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan. His song-writing skills have been touted by British music legend Jah Wobble who has produced two of his forthcoming tracks.
Ajay’s passion for music and philosophy has allowed him to explore and bring to life his own narrative and his previous musical incarnations have included composing for theatre, Hindi-Pop hits, working as a tour-guitarist and success on the World Music scene with his band Botown.
Taking a break from touring, Ajay found himself with unanswered questions and unresolved issues. Politics, identity and spirituality weighed heavy, so guitar in hand Ajay decided to take a trip to his father’s hometown of Varanasi – the holy city of India, to search for his truth. He came back with what he calls Karmic Blues.
Ajay will offer a short interactive Q and A for audiences at the end of the concert.
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