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Serenading South-East Asia

February 4th, 2014 at 9:36 AM / by

“A bewitching one-off talent” - Daily Star

Following the release of her critically acclaimed debut album Like I Used To, Lucy set out on a massive tour of the UK and expanded her show around the world. Her next stop is Southeast Asia, where she is set to perform live both in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the Mosaic Music Festival in Singapore.

More Than Good Hooks

More Than Good Hooks provides the latest updates and performances for avid music lovers within Malaysia and all of Southeast Asia. Those who follow the music lovers’ forum will take note of the fact that before the Mosaic Music Festival, Lucy Rose will be performing in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, March 13th. Her show will take place at The Bee at Publika in the capital city.

Exploring Kuala Lumpur

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The Petronas Twin Towers

For Malaysian fans, or those who want the chance to see her perform in both countries, her first stop will be in Kuala Lumpur. This city hosts the Petronas Twin Towers, the 88-story structure that captures tourists’ attention from the moment they land. Kuala Lumpur is also a paradise for those who love to indulge in retail therapy. Three of the world’s largest shopping malls are located here featuring brands from around the world. Of course local guided tours are a must-do in Malyasia as well!

What to Do in Singapore 

When travelling to the bustling city, guests will want to keep themselves entertained in anticipation of seeing Ms. Rose perform at the festival. Singapore is one of the busiest cities in the country, thus it is full of endless activity and adventure. The Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel, allowing guests to get some of the best views of the area’s landmarks.

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The Singapore Flyer

Mosaic Music Festival 

The Mosaic Music Festival is set to complete its tenth and final run in Singapore. Showcasing some of the most talented acts in rock, soul, jazz and pop, the festival displays celebrated and budding musicians from around the world, with some shows even available at no cost. Lucy will perform in the intimate Mosaic Studio (Esplanade Recital Studio) for an up close performance with superb acoustic advantages. Her performances are scheduled for Friday, March 14th and Saturday, March 15th, both at 7:30 in the evening. The shows will feature an hour of the singer’s most enchanting songs.

Look out for future updates from another one of Lucy’s busy years as she’s set to wrap up and release her sophomore album later in 2014.

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