Unwinding at the Black Dog easy evenings – John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension




Unwinding at the Black Dog easy evenings –
John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension


Black Dog always promises to help its consumers relax and unwind. Black Dog has led the creation of Easy Evenings which allow its patrons to chill out & ease at the best places in the city in India with memorable performances by international and national artistes every year. Comedy is one such manifestation. Through the show, the brand hopes to give its patrons an exquisite evening which takes place in a relaxing, mellow ambiance for all in attendance to luxuriate in. Enjoy and Let the world wait!”

The event being sponsored by Black Dog Easy Evenings meant that patrons and connoisseurs would be lapping up an evening of refreshments and straight-up jazz fusion. The mini-bar set up by the event sponsors, serving the all new Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve, sure did keep spirits alive. But absolutely nothing could steal the limelight away from these legendary showstoppers who were about to mesmerize us for the next few hours.




Guitar Legend John McLaughlin was touring Asia for the first time in 5 years, and this time with his current and longest standing band - The 4th Dimension, featuring multi-instrumentalist Gary Husband on Piano and drums, bassist `extra-ordinaire` Etienne M`Bappe, and powerhouse Indian drummer Ranjit Barot.

Before the event, John said - Asia has been such a big part of my life and I am truly excited to come with the 4th Dimension. 

The band played pieces from their last studio album Now Here This, which won rave reviews globally and their latest live CD The Boston Record, recorded during the band`s American Summer Tour in 2013 at Berklee Peformance Center in Boston. The tour kicked off in Singapore on March 11, 2014 and made stops in Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippines, Korea, Japan, China, India and ended with a Solidarity Concert in Palestine on April 9.    




While their set came to an end, the band bowed and exited the stage, leaving the crowd hungry for 'that one encore song'. The crowd thoroughly enjoyed the evening but it wouldn’t have been complete without the Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve. A combination of blissful music and fine scotch, truly an easy evening.




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Suman

Dreamer, Blogger, Writer, Foodie, Movie buff, Public Relations. Contributor for The New Indian Express and recently started a news publishing website 'Unkrate'.

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