Mono is a soulful and expressive artist. Despite being in the music industry for over a decade, Mono never fails to deliver a thoughtful and impassioned performance. He captures the hearts and minds of his audiences. Mono’s sound is influenced by John Mayer, Sam Smith and Johnny Lang.
Mono has played internationally around India, Nepal, Thailand and Australia to audiences upwards of 50,000 in number. He has been a full-time (6 day a week) musician for around 15 years in Nepal and Australia. Mono is currently working with Craig St. John, Pushworth, The Gig Factory and BJF Entertainment around Brisbane and Gold Coast. Venues he has played are; in Brisbane, 88 Forty Eight Restaurant, Middle Green Sports Club, The Bavarian Beerhaus, The Alex Hotel Blue Bar, Prince of Wales Hotel, Brunswick Hotel and Mon Komo Hotel and on the Gold Coast; Novatel, Nightquarter, Ravens Lounge, Chevron Tavern, Burleigh Heads Hotel and Ground n Sound café. Mono has also played many private gigs in parties and weddings.
Mono opened for Bryan Adams and Michael Learns To Rock when they toured to Nepal. He has also played with Bengali superstar, James, as well as many other well-known Nepalese artists. Mono has toured several times throughout South-East Asia and Australia from 2009 - 2016, playing in various venues with well-known Nepalese artist, Sabin Rai. These include Nepal Festival (2014) in Federation Square, Melbourne and in Sydney, Live ‘n’ Loud tour in India, Wave Rock Tour in Nepal and in various venues throughout Thailand.