Chirkutt, most famous rock band in Bangladesh, will be performing in Michigan, USA. The event is being organised by ‘Vier Events’. People of Michigan are waiting with much enthusiasm for the arrival of the Bangladeshi folk singers. The show will be opened by ‘Rhythm of Bangladesh’, a most popular band created by the young and most brilliant Bangladeshi youths living in Michigan. The Rhythm of Bangladesh also opened for Miles in both Michigan an Ohio during their 40th anniversary.
The Bangladeshi band ‘Chirkutt’ is all set to embark on their third musical tour in the United States. As part of its long musical journey titled ‘The Legacy Tour, USA 2023’ will begin on May 27 and continue till the end of June.
The folk band ‘Chirkutt’ is going to perform its first show for the first time at Michigan.
During this tour, the band will perform music concerts in various other cities in North America.
Chirkut’s spokesperson, musician Sharmin Sultana Sumi, expressed her excitement about the tour and asked their fans and well-wishers to pray for them.
“Let’s rock America with songs like Ahare Jibon, Dunia, Banglar Kotha, Kanamachi, More Jabo, Bondhugo, Jadur Shohor, and more,” said Sumi.
Chirkut has been entertaining its fans with original songs and new compositions for 21 years. Previously the band rocked two concerts in States. One was in 2015 and another in 2016.
They also participated in a historic concert with the legendary world music band 'Scorpions' at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan, which was organised by the Ministry of ICT of Bangladesh to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the independence of the country.
Moreover, 'Chirkut' has performed in various concerts in different cities in Norway, England, Australia, Sri Lanka, India, and Malaysia for the past 11 years.
They have also performed at one of the world’s largest and most prestigious music festivals, South by Southwest (SXSW), in 2016 as the first and only band from Bangladesh.
Formed in 2002, the band consists of vocalist Sharmin Sultana Sumi, guitarist Emon Chowdhury, keyboardist Jahid Nirob, and drummer Pavel Areen.