The Japanese musician will be performing live in Singapore for the first time on 8 December. Japanese artiste Suga Shikao already has his free time in Singapore planned out ahead of his visit to the island this week. “I want to go to Night Zoo (Night Safari), USS (Universal Studios Singapore) and drink Tiger beer and eat chilli crab!” the veteran musician told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, adding that he wanted to sightsee for four additional days after his concert on Friday (8 December).
The Gospellers may have been around since 1991, but the pioneer Japanese vocal group still hopes to learn a thing or two when they’re in town for their first-ever Singapore performance on 24 Sept. “Singaporeans have the image of being music lovers and Singapore seems to be the most rapidly-changing country in the whole of Asia,” said group member Youichi Kitayama. “While I am here, I hope to receive lots of inspiration while taking in the sights and sounds,” the 43-year-old told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore.