Another great performance at the Concourse of The Esplanade. This time it’s Gareth Fernandez from The Kings along with Darrell Tan performing their jazzy tunes and getting to the crowd to sway along with them.T
Rebecca Burch along with Alvin Khoo performing at the concourse of the Esplanade. The duo brings a different flavour to the songs they performed. With Rebecca Burch singing songs in a melodic way that brings you to a journey that feels beyond. “
It was a great Friday evening at the rooftop restaurant Orgo. Singing at the event for Standard Chartered was Julian Cheong along side of bassist Sufian and guitarist John. The trio did some soothing numbers to lighten up the cosy night.
The more the merrier – that was the policy the Singapore char siew baos adhered to when they planned a show for this year’s CNY celebrations at the Esplanade Water front. Apart from just four of them,they invited SOnny’s percussion group Tribal Fusion, Japanese guitar Kuge Kiyosaki, LSK, Elvin Yeo, Boey and Peter Diaz on … More A Date with Spring, Singapore Char Siew Baos & Many Friends
Under a special feature by the Esplanade, Syltra & Shermin Lee, both musicians but whom have chosen different paths in their music, performed together on 5 & 6 October. Themed ‘I Love You Sister!’, the duo performed at the Concourse to light acoustic favourites, engaging the crowd as well as, of course, their parents.
This weekend at esplanade featured INSIGHT, a 13-man band, Lounge Lizards and Huep Huleh.
As we turn off the lights and leave everything else on, the world celebrates Earth Hour together every final week of march annually. feZZik was told that the earth hour would coincide with their performances, so they played on, slow and nice unchained melodies for the dim hour. all flood lights broke loose before and … More earth hour buZZ with feZZik
Songs you love, tunes you’d sing to: presents Syltra Lee’s trio –> Syltra, Alvin Tan & Bani, all the musci maestros from The Music Lab.
So it was 15th Feb and many other concerts were going on, but the definitive indie crowd huddled together at the concert hall of the Esplanade. Thus surrounded by artistry of lights and shadows, gloom and boom of voice. Presenting Blonde Redhead at its finest.
On 9 and 10 September, Rima & friends and Asila & Gang, brought to the crowd some lively English acoustic numbers, mixed with some Hari Raya favourites. Asila’s secret weapon was the Hindi songs though, they got the bangladeshis dancing. Mus on guitars Bani on Bass Presenting Asila, Ismail & Razaq on that cool drum … More Esplanade – Hari Raya Celebrations