The Shadows (Nepalese band)

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The Shadows 'Nepal'
Origin Chitwan, Nepal
Genres Blues rock, rock and roll, hard rock
Years active 1997 — present
Members Swapnil Sharma (Vocals)
Prakash Rasaily ( Lead Guitar )
Prashant VK Rhythm guitar

Amit Pradhan (Bass Guitar)
Past members Basanta Shrestha (Vocals)

The Shadows is a rock band from Narayangarh, Chitwan, Nepal. They were established in 1997/1998 and their first album was titled “Suna Hamro Awaz”.

Their second album, “Hidne Manche Ladcha”, was a success in the Nepali market and earned them the best band, best music and best performance of the year 2006,[1] the band is mostly popular for its influential lyrics that discusses social issues and awareness. They traveled to three different cities of Australia as a part of their international tour in 2011.[2]

The band has four members: Swapnil Sharma in Vocals, Prashant VK in Rhythm guitar, Prakash Rasailey in Lead guitar, and Amit Pradhan in Bass. Rupesh Sen is the band manager.[3]

Song Duration
Naya Nepal 4 minutes
Buddha Nepal Ko 6 minutes
Prakriti 6 minutes
Kun ho Hamro Dharma 5 minutes
Swarga ma thau chaina 4 minutes
Hidne manche ladcha 4 minutes
Ma 4 minutes
Suna Hamro Sano Awaz 5 minutes
Bhatkeko Kotha 4 minutes
Paap 4 minutes
Naari 4 minutes
Aath Din 4 minutes
Dharti Mathi ko bojh 4 minutes

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  1. ^ "The Shadows, Nepal's First Hard Rock Band". Retrieved April 18.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ "The Shadows "Nepal"". Retrieved April 18.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "The Shadows, Nepal's First Hard Rock Band". Retrieved April 18.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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