By Vivian Nguyen
Northwest Asian Weekly
For folk singer and songwriter Vikesh Kapoor, he is a musician first and a social observer second.
A first-generation Indian American, Kapoor draws on observations and reactions to the world around him for inspiration. Born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, his first taste of the larger world came when he took a masonry apprenticeship in college.
“It wasn’t as romantic as it sounds,” said Kapoor. “But it took me out of a world that I was used to. And once I got out of my hometown bubble, I was never the same.” Read the full story