Worship Pastor, Songwriter, Advisor, ft. Artist (Season 1 & 2)
Allen Ganta is the Worship Pastor of HopeUC in Hyderabad. He's a Songwriter, and a Senior Advisor for Bridge Music since it's beginning. He is a featured artist in Season 1 for 'Vandanam' & 'Vagdanamu', and in Season 2 for 'Teri Marzi'.
Allen began his journey with Bridge Music in 2009 during the debut release of "Tere Bina'. Since then he has been a voice of influence, encouragement, edification, and empowerment!
Cameron Mendes featured in “Haath Uthakar Gaoonga” Season 2 of Bridge Music!
He is the founder of 'Yeshua Ministries', and have released many Hindi worship songs like 'Tere Paas', 'Yeshu Tera Naam' etc. which are popularly sung in most of the churches today. Cameron, along with band have toured across different cities in India and in the US & Canada spreading love through music.
John Erry has been family to Bridge Music ever since we first started out as a band a decade ago. His support and encouragement have been pillars of strength to us in our journey. John was one of the first featured artists in Season 1 - 'Vandanam', and 'Vagdanamu'!
Worship Leader, Songwriter, Mentor, ft. Artist (Season 2 & 3)
Rachel Francis has been a part of the Bridge Music family since 2019 Season 2 after Nemo and Sam felt compelled to reach out to her the night before the Season 2 live shoot. She sent a vocal recording to the band that night, and within 24 hours, she was on-stage recording with Bridge Music!
You'll find her featured in Season 2 on songs such as 'Dhanyawad', 'Teri Marzi', and 'Sang Tere'. And in Season 3, for the first time as both a collaborative songwriter and singer in the Hindi worship song 'Maa Ke Samaan'!
Worship Leader, Songwriter, ft. Artist (Season 2 & 3)
Hemant Sharma has a very special place in the Bridge Music family. When he first heard our songs 'Vandanam', and 'Vagdanamu' he was so impacted by the songs that he used google translate to translate them into Hindi, and record covers. He then uploaded those acoustic covers to YouTube where Sam and Nemo heard them, and the rest, as they say, is history!
You will find Hemant featured in Bridge Music's Season 2 release of 'Dil ki Geheraai', and 'Dhanyavad', and recognized as the powerful poet behind the lines 'Meri stuti ko Tere charno mein itr ke samaan undelunga mein'.
Worship Pastor, Songwriter, Mentor, ft. Artist (Season 2 & 3)
Samarth Shukla is a Worship Pastor at FOLJ Church, New Delhi and has been part of Bridge Music since the Season 2 release of 'Haath Uthaakar Gaoonga' where he sang alongside Cameron Mendes, and Sam Alex.
He's been writing and co-writing songs since he first began following Jesus in 2006. You can find some of these songs recorded and released online.
Deepika Kotecha is a gritty Gujarati by birth but Hyderabadi at heart. She is featured in Bridge Music Season 2's 'Dil Ki Gehraai' alongside Sam Alex and Hemant Sharma.
Deepika has been writing and composing for the past 2 years. In that time she has birthed 10 songs of her own and co-written close to 50 with her brother. You can find her most recent release 'Yeshu Ka Lahu' on YouTube.
Natalia Kashyap joined Bridge Music in Season 2 when she was spontaneously handed a mic to sing in 'Dhanyawad'! She's been family ever since, and you can expect more of her in Season 3!
Natalia is originally from Delhi and moved to Hyderabad for further studies and ministering to people through her blogs, worship, and one on one meetings. She also shares wisdom and thoughts through her blog 'Sword of Light'.
Prakruthi Keshavamurthy, or Prakruthi Angelina as we've all come to know her by, was discovered by Bridge Music after she did a cover of 'Vandanam' on her Instagram. Shortly after she became one of the first featured artists of Season 3 in the song 'Chattan'!
Abeyson Job, or as we like to call him, 'Abey' recently became part of the family, and was one of the first featured artists of Season 3 in Bridge Music's 'Maa Ke Samaan'. Abey is not only the featured artists of this song but also co-wrote it alongside Rachel Francis, Emmanuel Joseph, Joel Udai, and John Sathwick.