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LOR leaves behind a memorable night

Dimapur, Mar 17
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Published on 18 Mar. 2017 12:44 AM IST
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The Friday night open air concert at the Garden by one of the newest bands in town, Lords of Rock (LOR) was somewhat a dream come true for many rock fans.
As promised, the band gave a performance worth remembering as they belted out one after the other, all the songs that are included in any rock fan’s playlist.
Combining a range of songs as diverse as Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi to Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne, LOR ensured every bit of a rock concert to its truest meaning.
Some crazy fans were seen dancing all through the concert, drenched in the rain and their sweat, they showed no sign of cooling down even after the concert ended.
The song selection seemed more than just pleasant to the gathered crowd as they screamed and waved the moment intros to the songs landed in their ears.
The band held the chain of performance of the concert so well that fourteen classic rock songs with an average of 5 minutes each felt like a fleeting moment.
From a few hundred in the beginning of the concert to an overwhelming endless line of rockers numbering more than a thousand towards the end, the concert gave a glimpse of the energy that was suppressed within the citizens of the city with very little place to vent it out.
The best part of the concert was the rain taking the role of the opening act and testing the tenacity of the concert goers. The latter eventually did win in the standoff.
The show was a gentle reminder of times when people of all the ages merge into a single unit, breathing the same air, grooving to the same beat and having unadulterated fun topped with songs from an era marked with talent, dedication and oneness.  It sure was night in a thousand nights.
LOR is made up of Clement Imsong as the frontman, Imkumer Jamir and Toshimoa Jamir on the guitars, Akihito Zhimomi as the bassist and Alemtemsu Ozukum
(Aneila Seyie Keretsü)

 
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Nagaland Outdoors Club members during press conference on Tuesday at Kohima. (NP)
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All Nagaland Private Schools’ Association, Dimapur Unit held an Inter School Choral Festival on October 14, at Little Star Hr. Sec. School Sports Complex, United North Block ‘B’ Dimapur. The Organising Committee of the Festival were, Nini Sekhose, Chairman, Little Star Hr. Sec., School, Dimapur, Convenor,. Benisha Keppen, Administrator, Rincho Academy, Member, Kethovinuo, Headmistress Riverine Public School, Member, Sister Benny, Principal, Assissi Hr. Sec. School, Member and Sister Chantal, Principal, St. Clare Hr. Sec. School, Member. The Judges for the festival were : Tiakumzuk Imchen, Academic Coordinator, Nagaland Conservatory of Music, Kehodi Yoho, Member, Coloured Keys Abotoli Chishi, former member Nagaland Chamber Choir, Keneileo Neikha, Cantadil Music Centre. Altogether 16 schools participated in the Festival. The first prize was won by St. John’s Hr. Secondary School choir, 2nd Prize went Pilgrim Hr. Sec School, 3rd prize went to El Shaddai Academy and the consolation pri
 
 
 
 
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