Falu is widely recognized for a rare ability to seamlessly blend a signature modern inventive rock style with a formidable Indian classically-shaped vocal talent. In her early years in Bombay, singer Falu (aka Falguni Shah) was trained rigorously in the Jaipur musical tradition, honing her talent for up to 16 hours a day at times. Falu moved to the States in 2000 and developed a band of the same name. Falu’s live performances have been featured nationally on FOX TV and internationally on National Geographic TV, while her voice has been captured in multiple films including Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut A Place in Time. Other recent collaborations include with classical music legend Yo-Yo Ma, funk pioneer Parliament Funkadelic and blues-rock band Blues Traveler.

One of Falu’s most stunning recent performances was at the Time 100 Gala where she was invited to perform a duet with Slumdog Millionaire composer A.R. Rahman in front of the one hundred selection of Time Magazine's most influential people in the world of 2008, which not surprisingly included First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey. Also in 2009, Falu’s performed at the White House, where she was invited to sing alongside A.R. Rahman again at President Obama’s first State Dinner in honor of the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. She is currently working on her sophomore album, embracing her roots and musical culture passed on to her by her mentor Ustad Sultan Khan and representative of the 10th generation of musical legacy.