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Indian Classical Record Label in Overland Park

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Banani Ghosh is a singer featured on Rhyme Records.

Rhyme Records records Bengali and North Indian artists who perform around the world. When Pro Ghosh moved to Kansas City from upstate New York to work for Sprint, he brought the idea for creating an Indian music record label with him.

By Alex Smith

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Kansas City, MO – When Pro Ghosh moved to Kansas City from upstate New York to work for Sprint, he brought the idea for creating an Indian music record label with him. Now in its 11th year, Rhyme Records has released 43 albums of Northern Indian and Bengali music. Alex Smith talked to producer Pro Ghosh, who said that music runs in his family.

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