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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's rock royalty, Awie and Ella, are set to take their fans rocking down memory lane in their first-ever concert together this week.
To rev it up a notch, they are also set to sing each other's hits besides love songs during the concert.
There will be six sessions held over four days beginning Thursday with two shows on Saturday and Sunday.
“It's going to be all about love,” said Ella, when met during a rehearsal session for the Awie & Ella: Malaysia's King & Queen of Rock concert yesterday.
She added she would also perform some songs never done on stage before.
The King of Rock, on the other hand, said he had jumped at the chance to perform with the “awesome Ella”.
Featuring popular songs like Tragedi Oktober, Sembilu, Bernafas Dalam Lumpur, Layar Impian, Permata Biru and Dua Insan, the concert, to be held at Istana Budaya promises to be an unforgettable one.
Besides the rock stars, actor/producer Hans Isaac who is producing the show said another highlight would be the RM150,000 set created specially for the stage based on a “metal jungle” concept by reknowned designer Raja Malek.
“The lighting and projections created for the stage are another major highlight,” he said.
Hans said 60% of the tickets, ranging from RM40 to RM450, were already sold out.
Those interested can buy tickets online at www.ticket2u.biz or call 03 4147 8600.
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