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Rahul Mukerji

Rahul Mukerji
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Rahul Mukerji is a musician based in Maryland. Born in India, he has been performing live for over fifteen years. He has had a varied performing career that has included stints in Chicago, Boston, Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. and India. Rahul has been featured on a wide array of recordings. His pieces were featured in a movie in Singapore. His music was also featured on the DC local Tri-state Radio. In 2012, his music was featured in various animations and was used as the official score for the Fractal Forums web episodes. Rahul was featured in Guitar Player magazine in Editors Picks and people to watch in 2008. He is also a guest Guitar Instructor on the Shred Academy website.
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http://mukerji.us/index2.html
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Rahul Mukerji — Ma De Re Sha Rahul Mukerji — Ma De Re Sha
((Not on label) 1 91061 13926 3, 2017, CD)

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