The Majolly Project

The Majolly Project WON 'Alternative Artist of the Year' at the 5th IMEA (International Music and Entertainment Association) Awards on June 16th 2018 at the historic Paramount Arts Centre in Ashland, Kentucky. The first Indian ever to win in this category!

"The Majolly Project" has been nominated as 'Alternative Artist for the Year' at the 2018 International Music and Entertainment Awards.

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Born to be a rock diva, Neecia Majolly is a musical juggernaut, managing the roles of concert pianist, conductor, singer, teacher and composer with relative ease. 

Neecia Majolly, better known for her music as the Majolly Project, is not just a jack of all trades, but a master of many as well; she’s a concert pianist, singer/songwriter, teacher, choir director, and the Founder-Trustee of the Majolly Music Trust.

After a successful June run, ‘Whitebone’ — a music video made by city-based Neecia Majolly — will continue to enchant fans in July too. The video, which won a daily play distinction on MTV Indies for the whole of June, will continue to be played this month because of its popularity, the channel has said.

City band wins Global Music Award - IE

The Majolly Project has won a gold medal at the Global Music Awards.

“The Majolly Project interview with RJ Melodee Austin of Radio Indigo Bangalore.”

RJ Melodee Austin - Radio Indigo Bangalore

The Majolly Project's "White Bone" is featuring on MTV indies.

Radio interview with Chennai Live 104.8 FM, recorded in March 2016 with RJ Sandeep John.

Joining the bandwagon - Deccan Herald.

Deccan Cronicle article about the Artiste and the Global Music Award winning on debut single "Dark Room" and much more.

Date: Saturday August 8th 2015

“Bengaluru knows Neecia Majolly as a reputed concert pianist, Western classical and music theatre vocalist, conductor, teacher and composer. Until recently, however, not many knew that Neecia also dabbled in progressive rock and classical electronic music with her band, The Majolly Project.”

Allan Moses Rodericks - The Hindu

Kannada (regional language) news paper on Majolly


From Bengaluru’s rock chick - Hindu

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