THE RADIO STATION PROMOTED THE IDEA OF ‘MUSIC HEALS THE HEART’ - “MORE MUSIC NA TONIC” WITH A ‘BIG BANDSTAND’ FROM 9AM to 7PM
Bengaluru,30th September 2017: 92.7 BIG FM, one of the India's largest radio networks on the occasion of 'World Heart Day' promoted the idea of 'Music Heals The Heart'. The radio network fortified its new music promise offering by weaving in the day-long celebrations with a ‘BIG Bandstand - More Music na Tonic” MJs present at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath encouraged the citizens to take a pledge to maintain a healthy heart.
Various well-known artists such as Mentalist Narpath, Rapper & DJ All-ok & team - Kannada’s first hip hop music band, Rap Kavigalu Rapp band, Singer and Guitarist Prahlad Prasad, Singer & Composer Govind and Beatboxer Nandeesh supported the innovative idea.
BIG FM’s Morning MJ Shruti and MJ Rubina (soon to be hosting the night band) along with the artists released heart-shaped balloons symbolically letting go off stress and pledged to maintain a healthy heart.
Speaking about the innovative idea of promoting Music Heals the Heart, 92.7 BIG FM MJ Shruti present at the event said, "While we connect with listeners every day and share important information for their betterment, today was a different day altogether. It was great to connect with them in real-time and share the importance of maintaining a healthy heart by adopting a nutritious lifestyle and more importantly let music heal them. More Music na Tonic was our medicine to everyone present. With various artists joining us for the activity, we hope that we were able to create the desired impact and spread the message of 'Music Heals the Heart' among every citizen."
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