For those of us not so interested in sports, fret not – music lovers too can enjoy the Olympics. In a couple of weeks, the waiting will finally be over – the summer Olympics will begin, and all eyes will be on London. Amidst rumors and speculative reports, internationally renowned Indian music producer A.R. Rahman recently took to facebook to confirm that he is composing a song for the opening ceremony. The track, apparently part of a medly, will be done in Punjabi to honor the vast Indian influence in the UK. The director of the ceremony, Danny Boyle, an English film director, and Rahman have worked together previously, scoring the notable, Academy Award winning film Slumdog Millionaire, as well as 127 Hours. Rahman is revered for his refreshing combination of classical, eastern genres, traditional, orchestral work, and electronic sounds. The collaboration, like the previous two films, is sure to captivate and delight. Competitive trampolining or speed walking may be worth missing, but the opening ceremony, showcasing the work of these two big names and more, is a must-see.