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The music artistes are coming to Kuala Lumpur to perform at the Twin Towers @Live concert next month.
THE upcoming Twin Towers @Live concert at Plaza Petronas, KLCC will see the addition of Rick Astley, Lifehouse and Sam Dowden to its list of performers. The three artistes will join Christina Aguilera, Lifehouse and Craig David at the two-day free concert.
Pop music sensation Astley, 48, burst onto the music scene in 1987 with the perennial hit single Never Gonna Give You Up. A product of the infamous talent management company Stock, Aitken And Waterman, Astley followed that first hit with a string of equally cheesy yet infectious tracks like Together Forever, She Wants To Dance With Me, Take Me To Your Heart and Hold Me In Your Arms.
American pop rock band Lifehouse was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1999 and comprises Jason Wade, Rick Woolstenhulme Jr, Bryce Soderberg and Ben Carey. The band released its sixth album late last year, but fans would most probably still remember them by their biggest hits Hanging By A Moment and You And Me. Catch the band live on March 28.
Meanwhile, British acoustic singer-songwriter Sam Dowden is the youngest of the three new artistes to join the line-up. The guitar-strumming Dowden released his debut album Out Of The Blue last year and has been making waves in the indie music scene since. He will be performing on March 29, alongside Astley and K-pop star Rain.
For details, head over to the Twin Towers @Live concert Facebook page.
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