Rajesh Vaidhya plays the “veena,” a sitar-like instrument (video)

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Enzo had been telling us about an amazing musician who lived in southern India named Rajesh Vaidhya, a master of a large stringed instrument of the sitar family that is native to that region called a “veena.”

A few weeks later back in LA, Jonathan and Enzo shared what they had recorded with the rest of the crew, and no one could believe their eyes– let alone their ears! This song became an instant favorite among all of us, and we are very excited to share it with the world.


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