Xuan Man's charismatic personality has made her a household hit amongst Singaporeans. She had made special appearances as guest artiste at SBC and Rediffusion shows and programmes.
In 2011 and 2012 respectively she was the overall champion for both Media Corp's Silver Age Talentime and Golden Age Talentime. She also took the highest accord in the International Golden Lion Awards.
Xuan Man has been engaged in local charity drives and community organisations. She was resident artiste at several up-market lounges in France, Holland, the U.S. and Australia.
Tandy Lim is a recording artiste who sings Zhou Xuan and mimics Yao Shu Rong. Comfortable with Hokkien and Cantonese tunes, she is popular in this region and Europe.
She is a respected vocal trainer with hundreds of students who have been under her wings for singing techniques. She had appeared in Voices from the Gramophone featuring songs from the Old Shanghai era.
Ms Lim has been showcasing her talents since the 1980's and "selects her performance platform carefully" since she is renowned for her professionalism, showmanship and technical competence.
With more than twenty years in the business, Judy Theng is not only an accomplished performer, she is an active event planner.
Another voice trainer, Judy has been a judge at many singing competition and has recorded more than twenty solo albums and collaborative ones with her sister Maggie Theng who is also a diva.
She had recorded the sound track for a drama series called, Holland Village, by Media Corp TV production. In the local circuit she has appeared at the Esplanade, is well known in the Executive Clubs, hotels and cruises. Internationally she has performed in Asia, Australia and the US.
The above four ladies are not in a choir nor will they sing as a chorus but it would be a gig hard to beat because these divas armed with glamour, glitz and great vocal folds will be accompanied by piano man, Danny Koh and his big band, The Musicators for another hot, sizzling evening singing melodies that were popular since the 1940's.