Young singer Tố My has six albums featuring bolero music. — Photo courtesy of the producer
HCM CITY — A bolero music concert featuring young singers will be held at the We Night Club in HCM City.
The event, Dạ Tiệc Hoa Hồng (Rose Party), features 10 singers including young faces Tố My, Tú Anh, My Nguyễn and Bảo Nam.
Singers will perform a series of songs by talented musicians in the 1980s and 90s.
Highlighted songs are Con Đường Xưa Em Đi (Old Melody) composed by Châu Kỳ, Lẻ Bóng (Alone) by Anh Bằng and Hoa Nở Về Đêm (Flowers at Night) by Mạnh Phát.
Singer Tố My will sing Một Người Đi (He Gone), a production by famous musician Mai Châu.
Artist Châu wrote and composed the song in memory of his close friend, a soldier who died in a battle.
Một Người Đi was released and became popular in the 1970s. The song has been performed by veteran singers such as Vietnamese-American stars Thanh Tuyền, Giao Linh and Hương Lan, who played a role in the country’s contemporary music before 1975.
My worked with her producer and the music band of We, one of the city’s well-known nightclubs offering quality music shows, to remix the song suitable to her voice.
“Bolero always plays to the heart of southern audiences. It has infused a deep passion into singers who come from different ages and backgrounds,” said the 26-year-old My, who has released six albums in bolero.
The concert, Dạ Tiệc Hoa Hồng, is scheduled to begin at 8:30pm on June 30 at 8 Lê Quý Đôn Street, District 3. — VNS