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Ts.Chuluunbat to perform his first solo concert

The legendary band Kharanga is the first Mongolian hard rock group, established in 1989, with five members. For their upcoming 25th anniversary, the band members have planned separate solo performances.
One of Kharanga’s vocalists, Ts.Chuluunbat, released the dates for his first solo concert “Chuka and Friends Special Melody” on September 27 and 28 at UB Palace Concert Hall.
Ts.Chuluunbat announced that his concert would feature many famous artists and bands such as Chinggis Khan, Niciton, Sweetymotion, Freezone, Kiwi, Anemone, Motiv; his band, Kharanga; and singers B.Sarantuya, T.Ariunaa, B. Ariunaa and other artists. He also explained the name of his concert. Working as an artist has been a special time in his life, thus the concert was named “Special Melody”.
The 25th anniversary of “Kharanga” began with the band’s solo guitarist, Ya.Odsuren, performing his “Oogii with Kharanga, Guitar, and Friends” concert in May. Vocalist Kh.Lkhagvasuren’s concert was performed at the Central Cultural Palace. And following Ts.Chuluunbat’s solo concert, guitarist A.Enkhmanlai will perform a concert in October. The band plans to go on tour in South Korea, the U.S., and Europe next year to continue their legacy.

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