Mumbai: 94.3 Radio One, the ‘Maximum Music Maximum Choice’ station will air magical moments of the ‘Save Water Save Mumbai’ concert this entire week as a part of their association with musical genius duo Ajay Atul. The concert was held in support of the city-wide ‘Save Water, Save Mumbai’ campaign and was organised by E-Sense Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
For those who missed attending the concert, 94.3 Radio One will share exclusive trivia, candid interviews and backstage masti all week long, courtesy the station’s MJ Gya, who got chatty with the artists that spoke about water issue that Mumbai is facing currently. The artists also spoke frankly about modern music and applauded the music composer duo Ajay-Atul for wining the National Award.
Atul Gogavale said “We are grateful to 94.3 Radio One for the support they have extended to us in making this initiative a grand success; this is just the beginning of a fruitful association with 94.3 Radio One. We are sure that this relationship will go a long way. Our fans can catch us throughout the week only on 94.3 Radio One.”
While in a candid chat with MJ Gya, Shankar Mahadevan said, “Ajay and Atul are an extremely talented composer-duo and I am privileged to have performed with them at this concert. We promise that 94.3 Radio One listeners will experience the magic of the trio- Shankar Ehsaan Loy, as we will be collaborating with the radio station in the near future”
Commenting on the association and support Bavesh Janavlekar, Station Head Mumbai, said, “We have always positioned ourselves as a station with ‘Maximum Music Maximum Choice’ and same is reflected in all the on ground activities and association. Through our association with the talented duo Ajay and Atul Gogavale we are attempting to elevate our promise of giving our listeners an enriched music experience without any restrictions on the genre of music Water conservation has become a pressing concern in our city today and as part of our commitment to bringing listeners new and diverse musical experiences, we are the only radio station that went behind-the-scenes at this unique event.”