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Our eldest daughter, Amrita, just launched her debut album entitled, “CLUES” on Sunday at the Zest Cafe in Bangsar. We would like to the the opportunity to thank every who came and everyone who have supported Amrita to achieve her dreams. … Continue reading
Finding one’s passion can be a long and painful process, because it doesn’t just fall on your lap and be embraced in delightful ecstasy. You need to try and search and fail and get up and try again and fail … Continue reading
Dear Friends, Happy New Year to you and your family! I am happy to announce that Amrita’s first professionally recorded song will be released on February 25th, 2014! Her song entitled “Goodbye” was written exclusively for Rock for Ronan – … Continue reading
Amrita, or Am, as she is now fondly called, has always been a loving and responsible daughter. At five years of age, she asked what “independent” meant, and when she got the answer, she said she wanted to be independent!
Ever since Amrita discovered Miley Ray Cyrus, Taylor Swift’s (eventually a host other musicians) music at age 12, she was hooked on country music. She started learning the guitar (daddy taught her the only 3 chords that he knew – the … Continue reading
M is for movies, magic and music. Our kids are movie buffs, thanks to their dad.