Peter Abraham is the vocalist for InRegalia. It was about 15 years ago, that Pete was convinced to audition as vocalist for his first band in college. Since then he has been part of five bands and has done shows in various venues in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Bangalore. He is a huge fan of the vocal styles of Bono, Freddie Mercury, Eddie Vedder and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Guitars / Backing Vocals
Vijay's musical talent was imminent at an early age having won several local guitar and singing competitions. The journey from an acoustic folk guitarist to an accomplished Rock Lead/Rhythm guitarist has brought with it experience in Rock & Soul bands to which he blends in pop and ethnic sensibilities. Some of his influences include Jimmy Page, Ritchie Blackmore and Angus Young.
Keyboards / Backing Vocals
Keith’s musical journey with the keyboard began at the age of 7 and progressed from there on. Keith is an accomplished musician, having completed Grade 5 theory and Grade 6 practical exams through Trinity College, London. He’s been an active musician in the local music circuit in the Mumbai area. He cites Elton John and Jordan Rudess as his main influences.
Saurav had no interest in music till he was introduced to Metallica's 'and justice for all' back in 2006. He then discovered Iron Maiden and Steve Harris who inspired him to learn the bass. A metalhead at heart who worships Steve Harris (Iron Maiden), Steve DiGiorgio (Death/Testament) and Billy Sheehan (mr Big). His favourite bands are - Metallica, Rival Sons, Death and of course Iron Maiden.
Born into a musical family, Warren was exposed to the drums early in life, with his Dad and uncle both being drummers too. However, his great interest in the instrument had to wait quite a while, before he got his first kit at the age of 16. From his first band formed with childhood friends, to playing at university level for state competitions, and being on the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa band special finals, Warren was exposed to a wide range of music. He cites Vinnie Colaiuta, Benny Greb and Gavin Harrison as his heroes.