[COVER] Fans 'On Cloud Nine' at Sungha Jung Live Concert in Singapore


Back with his sixth consecutive headlining concert in Singapore, Sungha Jung recently completed yet another successful show at the Kallang Theatre on 28th May.

The talented South Korean guitarist opened the concert with ‘On Cloud Nine’, a soothing piece from his newest album [L’Atelier]. We were also treated to a couple more new tracks including ‘L’Atelier’, ‘In the Midnight’, and ‘Seventh #9’.

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Besides playing to his songs, Sungha Jung specially arranged his own rendition of JJ Lin’s ‘记得 (Remember)’ and ‘江南 (River South)’, much to the delight of fans.


Along with a special guest appearance of Singaporean guitarist Neil Chan, the duo hit the stage with a collaboration performance of ‘Stars’, a track from Sungha Jung’s [Two of Me] album. Sungha explained that this track was composed as a tribute to the victims of the Sewol Ferry tragedy in 2014.

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Continuing with a cover of Justin Bieber’s ‘Love Yourself’, Sungha Jung introduced this piece as a collaboration track that he arranged with Korean singer Eric Nam in March this year. He also played out to BTS ‘Butterfly’, naming it as one of his favourite K-pop covers these days.

Ending the concert with an encore stage, the young guitarist surprised the audience as he sang his heart out to John Mayer’s ‘St. Patrick’s Day’, impressing us not only with his beautiful music arrangement but also his mesmerising vocal that evening.

Did you attend the concert as well? Be sure to check out more photos from Sungha Jung Live in Singapore 2016 HERE!

Article: Meixian
Photos: Sprout Entertainment

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