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One of Mandopop's most distinct voices, Jiang Yu Heng, will be holding a farewell concert in Genting in March.
One of Mandopop’s most distinct voices draws the curtains on his illustrious 30-year career.
VETERAN Mandopop singer Jiang Yu Heng will be bidding farewell to his Malaysian fans in a farewell concert in the Arena of Stars, Genting Highlands on 8.30pm, March 29.
The concert is to commemorate the Taiwan-based singer’s 30 years in music and is part of his final world tour before he finally calls it quits.
“I feel that this is the right time and right place to bring down the curtain and move on to the next chapter of my life,” said the 56-year-old Korean-born singer.
With his mellow, gentle and deep vocals, Jiang is one of Mandopop’s most distinct voices. His career began in the late 1980s, and he is best known for iconic classic hits such as Yi Dong De Xin (The Wandering Heart), Zai Hui Shou (Looking back Once More) and Gen Wang Shi Gan Bei (Toast To The Past) and many more. Jiang became a household name after he sang the theme song of popular 90s TV series Plum Blossom Trilogy, which was adapted from Taiwanese writer Qiong Yao’s novel.
Organized by Star Planet, tickets for the Jiang Yu Heng Farewell World Tour Live in Malaysia 2014 are priced at RM520 (VVIP), RM420 (VIP), RM340 (PS1), RM260 (PS2), RM180(PS3) and RM100(PS4) (*excluding RM3 processing fee).
Official ticket sales commence from 28 Jan, and the first 800 tickets sold will enjoy a 15% early bird discount.
For more information, call the Star Planet (03-92233667), Ticket Charge (03-9222 8811) or Genting (03-2718 1118) hotlines, or visit www.starplanet.com.my.
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