Work would be a great start, and also to meet other people from around the world. Goals, would be to gain more confidence and learn from different projects.
Aash A’neel born 18th February 1983 was brought up in Kingsbury, London. As a child he was influenced by artist such as Ben e King & The Temptations, Listing to his parents old Vinyl Records. He grasped his skills around School choirs and Drama's at the age of nine, whilst also playing Brass Instruments and Piano whilst being trained by Tracey King. When the 90's had arrived, being influenced by the Garage Main stream hype. He worked with producer Steve heckling based in west Ealing, London where he wrote "You Don't Know". Which was sampled out to his friends, Weeks to come the song had managed to be played by many North London Teenagers. He managed the get the attention of North London Producer/Vocal Coach/Manager T.C Curtis who had hits under Virgin records, such as "you should have known better" and "Dance to the Beat" In the 1980’s. T.C Curtis trained Aash to the ability of his vocal range today. Aash later on travelled to Birmingham UK. Where he joined a Vocal session group called the "New Age Generation". Being the only South Asian in a Group of 20 African, Caribbean and Caucasian artist. He started understanding his place in music. He played at various venues in Uk's second largest city. When arriving back too London, The styles of Coldplay and Radio Head had influenced him to start composing his own individual style, which blended the genres of soul and indie.
Saira (Asiana )