Sisters Ann-Sophie (left) and Ariane got through to the semi-finals of “Asia’s Got Talent”. Singaporean singers impressed judges in the premiere episode of “Asia’s Got Talent Season 2” that aired last Thursday (12 October). Sisters Anne-Sophie Cazaubon, 10, and Ariane, 12, wowed the judges with their version of Leo Delibes’ “The Flower Duet”.
The singer resumed his tour on Thursday after cancelling several shows out of respect for the victims of the massacre.
The C3 Anime Festival Asia, formerly known as the Anime Festival Asia, will return to Singapore for its 10th annual instalment from 24–26 November at Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Filming for local Mandarin singing competition show “The Voice” is well underway with the first episode being aired on Sunday (17 September) night. Judges Sky Wu, Della Ding and Tan Hanjin attended the premiere screening of the first episode at 2mm Talent Hub at School of the Arts on Sunday night, while the last judge, Mandopop singer Gary Chaw, 37, was not present at the event as he was having an overseas concert.
Calling all fans of Boy George and the rest of Culture Club: The iconic band behind memorable tracks "Karma Chameleon" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" is coming to Singapore for a concert on 11 December.
Over a year after the verdict on the scandalous City Harvest Church case involving the misappropriation of funds was announced, we didn't think the song "China Wine" would resurface again. Not for long at least.
Mike Myers negotiating for a role in Bryan Singer-directed film about the seminal British rock band Queen, with 'Mr. Robot's Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury
The Music Matters Live festival will be returning for its 12th year, playing in multiple music venues around the island starting this Saturday (9 September). The festival showcases some of the brightest and most promising bands and artists from the Asia Pacific region and beyond. In addition to the exclusive content, Music Matters has made Apple Music the festival’s official music service for this year.
Ten established “mentors” have paired with 10 up-and-coming musicians and will be performing remade versions of original Singapore songs at a showcase at Clarke Quay Central on 9 Sept. The move is part of The Great Singapore Replay (TGSR), a music initiative by Singapore’s National Arts Council and investment firm Temasek. On Monday (14 Aug), Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore got a sneak peek at “reimagined covers” performed by singers Umar Sirhan and ‘mentor’ Dru Chen, Joie Tan, and four-member band The Betts.
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.
A slew of stars are supporting Taylor Swift as she faces off in court against a former radio DJ that she claims groped her during a meet-and-greet.
Vicky Cornell also committed $100,000 toward the Chris Cornell Music Therapy Program.
Following the death of country music legend Glen Campbell on Tuesday, celebrity tributes poured in. From young pop stars like Kevin Jonas, to contemporary country heavyweights like Blake Shelton, Dolly Parton and Tim McGraw, many musicians took to Twitter to pay their respects to the “Rhinestone Cowboy” singer.
Visually, "Wonder Boy" is a beautiful film that deserves to be lauded for its art design. However, the title character needed to be played by someone with more experience and more consistency in the role.
Marc Bolan’s son wants to get it on with Sony — in the courtroom. The copyright infringement complaint, filed in federal court in California on Thursday, alleges that the defendants “failed to obtain — or even seek — the permission of Feld,” who says he is the U.S. copyright holder of the song, to use the tune in the film. “In the six weeks since Feld brought this infringement to Defendant Sony’s attention, Defendants have done little more than point fingers at one another — and they have neither apologized nor offered to pay Feld a reasonable license fee,” the suit reads.