David Guetta Concert to be held in Bangalore This Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014

Grammy Award-winning DJ and music producer David Guetta will entice the youth of Bangalore on Sunday. Known for his popular for albums ‘One Love’ (2009) and ‘Nothing but the Beat’ (2011), David Guetta has sold over 6 million albums and 15 million singles worldwide and ranks the highest as DJ in the world.

David Guetta with wife Cathy.

David Guetta with wife Cathy.

OML Entertainment is organizing the David Guetta India Tour 2014 and tickets are available for more than Rs.3,000 each. The venue is Supernova Arena, Near BSF Campus, Yelahanka in Bangalore outskirts

After first making his presence with ‘I Gotta Feeling’ in 2009, a track that has been sold over 8.3 million and established itself as the biggest selling download in US history, Guetta effectively laid the foundations for what is now a burgeoning, worldwide EDM scene.

With his other hits like ‘Titanium’, ‘When Love Takes Over’ and ‘Memories’, Guetta has hit the top billboard spot in multiple countries consistently over the years.

Though Guetta has performed in India earlier, he will hold his concerts again in Delhi and Bangalore on December 19 and 21 respectively. He said, “I loved playing in India. Last time it was hard with my recording schedule to find time to go back, but now the album is released, I’m so happy to be able to go again to this magical country.”

He noted that his dance music scene has escalated to a different level after his first visit and added, “I’m very excited to see it. The thing I found is the Indian audience is extremely warm and they receive you very well.”

David Guetta, who suffered from panic attacks for a “full year” after splitting from his wife, Cathy, recently told media that it was a difficult period to cope during his split from wife after 20 years of marriage and struggled to make music as a result.

The “Play Hard” hitmaker told The Times magazine: “Panic attacks are when your brain is completely going crazy because you are doing a lot of, ‘What if, what if, what if, what if.’ There was a moment when I couldn’t make music. I would get in the studio and…”

(With inputs from IANS)

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