Published: Monday, Sept 17, 2011, By Darshana Ramdev | Place: Bangalore | Agency: The Times of India He's tried his hand at organic farming in New Zealand, bred horses and has became father again. But a visit to Lucky Ali's house will leave you very sure of one thing - it's music that drives him. Lucky Ali (Photo - Vineet Radhakrishnan) All set for a 25-city tour to promote his new album, Lucky is in high spirits as he and his band rehearse together in his Bangalore home. "This album is a compilation of all the work we've done over the years. I'm performing with musicians I have worked with for many years now. We all began our careers together," says Lucky. When an established and respected musician like him chooses to go against the grain and release his album independently, eyebrows will be raised. What spurred his decision to go indie? "As musicians, we have our own comfort levels and often, with bigger companies those levels are not met,&q
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