The Canto-pop Queen is back with her 37th studio album Fabulous. New additions to her long-time production team have brought about an unconventional, yet splendid work of art.
From intense rock to matching tees, Hong Kong’s Yamaha Asian Beat Band Competition had something for everyone
The stakes were high and the lights were bright as bands and music fans from all over the city turned up at Sheung Wan.
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“I am very, very happy to be in Hong Kong … thank you for giving me a sell-out,” said Morrissey, after greeting the local crowd with a hearty “ni hao!”
There was something immensely cheering about seeing Queen’s Brian May wearing a Hong Kong T-shirt as the band closed their first ever show in the city.
You would never guess that the four teenage boys sitting cross-legged on the rooftop of the IFC were the members a band whose album rose to Number Three on the Hong Kong iTunes chart.
The moment a capella group Pentatonix took the stage in Asia World Expo, the audience knew they were in for a breathtaking show.
There are few bands of such gargantuan fame as Queen. Even if you can’t even hum one of the British rockers’ songs, chances are you’ve heard of the flamboyant former frontman Freddie Mercury.
Mong Kok’s Macpherson Stadium must feel like home for Against the Current by now. They’ve been here enough times to remember that it’s mid-autumn festival in September.