Churchgoers rock with Guy Sebastian

  • Nation
  • Monday, 31 Oct 2005

PETALING JAYA: He had won the hearts of the Australians to become their first Idol.  

Klang-born Guy Sebastian yesterday showed his endearing qualities to Malaysians when he performed on the stage of the Glad Tidings church in Section 13 here. 

He had the 3,700-strong crowd waving their hands and tapping their feet as he “rocked” the stage alongside band members from the Australian Paradise Community Church. 

They were in Malaysia for a series of workshops and two free concerts at the Full Gospel Assembly in Jalan Kuchai Lama and Glad Tidings. 

Also present was Guy's brother, Ollie Sebastian, who had penned the lyrics for five of the 12 songs in the Paradise Live: Adore album that they were promoting during the one-hour concert.  

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