Malaysian rock band Lefthanded to celebrate 40th anniversary in Singapore


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Lefthanded, made up of Man Kidal (left) and Nash (right), will be staging a concert with Singaporean singer-songwriter Ramli Sarip (centre), who sang on the band's 1991 album Fanatisme. Photo: Offgrid Projects

For veteran Malaysian rock band Lefthanded, one of their most memorable shows was in Singapore.

Founder and guitarist Man Kidal remembers that 1985 gig clearly because it was held in a venue not usually associated with rock concerts - the old Police Academy off Thomson Road.

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