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Friday, September 22, 2017

Silver Strings, Neu Faces, Dukes, Beejays, Easy Beats, Revival Band


COME CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH US:

The SILVER STRINGS will entertain with a new repertoire of songs. 

JOHN CHER, famed drummer boy, blog writer, a Facebook friend with a million followers, will pound his drums that night.

MICHAEL BANGAR, who has written so many stories for this blog, will show his singing and rhythmic skills accompanied by his Fender Strats.

RICKIE CHNG, the quiet lead guitarist, makes sure each interpretation on stage is perfect and doesn't leave anything to chance.
Andy, Audie, Nick, Michael, John, Rickie.

NICK STREVENS, the man who bashes his piano like Jerry Lee Lewis. Known as Singapore's LOBO, he sings and plays any song from any generation.

AUDIE NG, bandleader, an impresario, as he calls himself, has engaged Anita Sarawak and appeared on the same stage with The Rolling Stones once.

ANDY, this blogger, will be around too.

Other bands appearing include:
JERRY N NEU FACES
THE DUKES
BEEJAYS
EASY BEATS
THE REVIVAL BAND

Your youthful DJ, Vocalist and Entrepreneur
JERRY FERNANDEZ

Disclaimer: 
This short write-up does not promote the show but describes me and my band members, the Silver Strings, with whom I am performing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy,

I am interested to see that one of the bands performing at the concert is the Easy Beats (Easybeats). Of course, there was a famous band from Australia with that name, but not many people know about the Singapore one. Bryan Neale, who featured in your story about the Kuching tour, recorded an EP with the Easybeats. So is this the same band? Can you tell us any more about them?

Regards

Steve