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Three bands ready to rock Ha Noi in one-night show

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Three bands ready to rock Ha Noi in one-night show

Three bands ready to rock Ha Noi in one-night show

HA NOI — Three bands will rock audiences at the Keep Your Passion show held at Kandy Land Club tomorrow.
The night will feature blues and rock'n'roll by Vinh Xiem, heavy metal from Red Tide and grunge by SLife.
Show organiser Nguyen Thang said the three bands represent three different stages in the development of the local rock scene.
The rockers will share the stage for one night only to perform their own original tunes.

"We hope the bands will raise the roof and blow away an audience that's expected to number some 400 music fans," said Thang.

Opening the three-hour show will be SLife. The four-member band will play songs from their album Instinct which was released last year.

SLife began performing in 2002, with the youngest member born in 1990. Red Tide is next on the bill and will perform works from their two albums New Sun and After the Rain. Before enjoying the last performance by Vinh Xiem, audiences will have the chance to take part in the Coors Light beer-drinking contest.

Keep Your Passion has become a familiar name among the local rock music community.

Rock on: Organisers hope the bands will raise the roof at tomorrow's Keep Your Passion show in the capital. The night will feature blues and rock'n'roll by Vinh Xiem, heavy metal from Red Tide and grunge by SLife. — File Photo

Rock on: Organisers hope the bands will raise the roof at tomorrow's Keep Your Passion show in the capital. The night will feature blues and rock'n'roll by Vinh Xiem, heavy metal from Red Tide and grunge by SLife. — File Photo

The first Keep Your Passion show was held in July, Ha Noi with performances by progressive rock band Ngu Cung, death metal group Final Stage and all-female metal band Nu Voltage.

Aimed at helping to develop the rock scene in Viet Nam, Keep Your Passion promises to become a regular monthly outing for music lovers.

Rockpassion, the group that organises the event, says they try to feature bands that play original music. The Keep Your Passion show held last month at Seventeen Saloon on Tran Hung Dao Street featured a wild western theme and included performances by Oringchains, Thrasher, The Saturday, Aurora and Coming Undone.

The city's rock fans are eagerly anticipating the event.

"I like to enjoy rock music at places like bars and night clubs," says Viet Dung, a 20-year-old student form the Architecture College. "These places are small so they provide an intimate place where the enthusiasm can really be felt."

Rockpassion's Thang said he hopes the shows will lift the profile of local bands.

"We hope that Vietnamese rock will become better known among our foreign friends, foreign rock bands, foreign disk manufacturers and international studios," he said.

Keep Your Passion will kick off at 8pm at Kandy Land Club, 120/3 Truong Chinh Street, Ha Noi.

VNS

Source: http://vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn

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