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50 years of S'pore stars on stage

Some of the biggest musicians in Singapore's history will perform at the Sing50 concert organised by The Business Times and The Straits Times
Monday, March 9, 2015 - 05:50
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Household names such as Jacintha Abisheganaden and Mohamed Raffee will join up-and-coming homegrown stars such as rapper Shigga Shay on Aug 7, two nights before Singapore officially turns 50, at the newly opened and iconic National Stadium.
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Household names such as Jacintha Abisheganaden (above) and Mohamed Raffee will join up-and-coming homegrown stars such as rapper Shigga Shay on Aug 7, two nights before Singapore officially turns 50, at the newly opened and iconic National Stadium.
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Household names such as Jacintha Abisheganaden and Mohamed Raffee will join up-and-coming homegrown stars such as rapper Shigga Shay (above) on Aug 7, two nights before Singapore officially turns 50, at the newly opened and iconic National Stadium.
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On Saturday, Dr Murugasu auditioned at Steinway Gallery to be one of 50 pianists playing at the Sing50 concert in August. The call for pianists drew more than 350 applicants.

ON Aug 7, two nights before Singapore officially turns 50, the National Stadium will blaze more brightly than it ever has since it reopened last year. A constellation of music stars will descend upon the stage and scorch the path through 50 years of Singapore music.

Dick Lee, Jeremy

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