Lady Gaga appeared in Brussels on Monday with singer Tony Bennett to promote their collaborative Jazz album 'Cheek to Cheek.' Duration: 01:06
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New Delhi, Sep 22 (ANI): Music knows no limits and can traverse across borders. Taking cue from this was an event which left many asking for more. With international and local artists striking chords alike, their common aim was to spread peace through their tunes. The two-day musical extravaganza which celebrated International Day of Peace in capital New Delhi had performers like Vibe Tribe from Israel, Bionix from France, Lyctum from Serbia and Slytrance from Australia, apart from India's Bass Pilots, Viruslab and Dual Drive, playing their instruments with the special message. The weekend fiesta had electronic dance music on the first day, while internationally renowned artist Kash Kale enthralled on the second day. The Indian American musician said peace is something that doesn't come easily and people across the globe need to demand it.
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