Lovers of 70s and 80s
music—arguably the best decades for music—have the chance to catch in action
three singers who epitomise the greatest of that era. The Peabo Bryson, Regina
Belle, Deniece Williams Greatest Hits in Genting concert is a chance to relive
the magic of sophisticated urban contemporary sounds that first emerged in the
Peabo Bryson, Regina Belle
and Deniece Williams were among the American R&B and soul singers who led
their generation in revolutionising the music scene with such hits as Tonight
I Celebrate My Love and Let's Hear It for the Boys. The concert, to
be held at the Arena of Stars on 17 December 2016, 8.30pm, will showcase such
hits as these—no doubt reminding the audience that they are watching iconic
stars, each with their own noteworthy backstory.
The smooth and silky voice
of Peabo Bryson is sure to wow those who attend the concert. Best known for
such love ballads as Beauty and the Beast and A Whole New World,
Bryson is widely recognised as one of the premier male vocalists in
contemporary music. The singer who reached his pinnacle with such songs as the
Top 10 hits Can You Stop the Rain and Treat Her Like a Lady, made
his professional debut at the age of 14, singing backup for Al Freeman and the
Upsetters. It was in 1974 that he finally tasted big-time success after the
release of his debut album Peabo that featured many songs composed by
Bryson enjoyed a long
history with Regina Belle. The duo's Grammy Award winning duet, A Whole New
World for Disney's 1992 animated feature, Aladdin, marked one of the
highest points in Belle's career. The American singer-songwriter and actress
also enjoyed big success for her singles, Baby Come to Me and Make It
Like It Was. Best known for her sensuous, deep voice, Belle began her
career in the mid-80s, releasing her debut album All By Myself in 1987.
The album included her first hits, So Many Tears and Show Me the Way.
Then there's Deniece
Williams, owner of a distinctive soprano voice who first ruled the airwaves in
the 70s. At her peak, Williams spent a decade at the top of the soul charts,
winning acclaim for both her four-octave range and delivery style. A fixture of
urban and pop radio formats in the 80s, Williams is best known for such hits as
Let's Hear it For the Boy, one of the tracks from the movie, Footloose.
singer-songwriter and record producer is also a Grammy Award winner, bagging
the award for the song, I Surrender in 1984, and another one for I
Believe in You in 1987.
Tickets for the concert are
priced at RM490 (VVIP), RM390 (VIP), RM290 (PS1), RM220 (PS2), RM160 (PS3) and
RM100 (PS4). Genting Rewards Card (GRC) members are entitled for a 10% discount
via Genting Point Redemption, cash or credit card, and Rewards Point,
applicable to VVIP – PS2 tickets.
Admission is one ticket per person and this is applicable to all
adults, and children of all ages
For enquiries, please call 03-2718 1118 or log on to www.rwgenting.com.
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