T2F open mic night

Published January 4, 2014
KC, the evenings host, kick starts the night by performing a cover of "Bad" by U2.
KC, the evenings host, kick starts the night by performing a cover of "Bad" by U2.
Sinan performs acoustic renditions of various eclectic songs.
Sinan performs acoustic renditions of various eclectic songs.
Umar performs an acoustic solo cover of "Paint it black" by the Rolling Stones.
Umar performs an acoustic solo cover of "Paint it black" by the Rolling Stones.
Mishal and Alina perform an acoustic duet, covering "Summer wine" by by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood.
Mishal and Alina perform an acoustic duet, covering "Summer wine" by by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood.
Mishal performs an acoustic cover of "Born to die" by Lana Del Rey.
Mishal performs an acoustic cover of "Born to die" by Lana Del Rey.
A participant performs an instrumental guitar solo.
A participant performs an instrumental guitar solo.
Ali Hassan recites poetry, with Umar backing him up on the guitar.
Ali Hassan recites poetry, with Umar backing him up on the guitar.
Ali Hassan performs an acoustic cover of "Where did you sleep last night" by Nirvana.
Ali Hassan performs an acoustic cover of "Where did you sleep last night" by Nirvana.
Mushahid performs an acoustic cover of "Sexy and i know it" by LMFAO.
Mushahid performs an acoustic cover of "Sexy and i know it" by LMFAO.
A young participant who was visiting Karachi with her parents stole the show with an acoustic cover of "Young and beautiful" by Lana Del Rey.
A young participant who was visiting Karachi with her parents stole the show with an acoustic cover of "Young and beautiful" by Lana Del Rey.
A participant performs an acoustic cover of "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons.
A participant performs an acoustic cover of "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons.
Mishal and Ali Nawaz perform.
Mishal and Ali Nawaz perform.
Mishal backs up Ali Nawaz on the guitar.
Mishal backs up Ali Nawaz on the guitar.
Audience members along with participants clap along to Ali Nawaz's performance.
Audience members along with participants clap along to Ali Nawaz's performance.
A participant recites urdu poetry.
A participant recites urdu poetry.
A participant performs a vocal solo of a Siraiki song.
A participant performs a vocal solo of a Siraiki song.
Mani performs acoustic renditions of various songs.
Mani performs acoustic renditions of various songs.
Aamir performs acoustic renditions in urdu.
Aamir performs acoustic renditions in urdu.
Participants join together at the end of the night to perform a celebratory collaborative jam.
Participants join together at the end of the night to perform a celebratory collaborative jam.

Karachi: T2F hosted its first monthly open mic night of the year 2014 on Friday January 3rd. Every first friday of the month T2F provides an open platform to the public allowing participants to share their voice either through their choice of medium, whether it be music, poetry or stand up comedy. Each performer is allowed fifteen minutes where as musicians can only perform three songs in fifteen minutes. The night was filled with performances by First Fridays regulars, who were joined by first time participants as well.

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