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Eddie and Yoke Pui, 26 Dec 2010, Fullerton

Juliet’s Thoughts: Coming soon! Band: Juliet, Sharon, Kevin Repertoire: La Vie En Rose (First Dish), My Valentine, Baby Now That I’ve Found You, Dream A Little Dream, The Way You Look Tonight, 追 (Chase), L-O-V-E, I Love You, ‘S Wonderful, So Nice, Fly Me To The Moon Baubles Bangles And Beads, Can’t Help Falling In Love, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, 夜来香 (Fragrance In The Night), Just The Way You Are, Have I Told You Lately, Chega De Saudade,…

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Ben and Lynette, 27 Nov 2010, Fullerton

Juliet’s thoughts: Coming soon! Band: Juliet, Mei Sheum, Fabian, Wah Yong L-R: Wah Yong, Juliet, Lynette, Ben, Mei SheumThanks, Gideon, for the beautiful photos! Look at his work here Juliet Juliet and Mei Wah Yong Fabian Repertoire: Everything (1st march-in), What A Difference A Day Made, Night And Day, My Cherie Amour, At Last, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, I’ve Got A Crush On You, Save The Last Dance For Me, The Nearness Of You, Heaven, C’est Si Bon,…

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Tony and Marilyn, 20 Nov 2010, Vanda Ballroom, Marina Mandarin

Juliet’s thoughts: Pretty World Playing with Sharon has always been such a joy. She has a spontaneous reaction to groove and sounds, and to seal it off all good, most importantly, has a passion for the music she plays. It’s real fun working with Wah yong and Sharon on this luncheon, playing beautiful songs such as Pretty World, I will, 可爱玫瑰花 etc with the audience clapping to almost every song. My highlight of the noon is Everything by Michael Buble,…

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Rachel and Ken, 5 Nov 2010, Concorde Hotel

Juliet’s Thoughts: 玫瑰玫瑰我爱你 (Rose Rose I Love You) Just when i thought there could not be new ways of doing march-ins, Ken and Rachel surprised us with their very sensuous 2nd march-in, with bride Rachel sashaying down the red carpet and the groom striding down to meet into a dance, so much that that’s all i can think about to start this blog entry. I found myself feeling those tears wellin’ up whilst watching their pre-march-in videos, and surprised myself. It’s when…

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Willy and Isabelle, 23 Oct 2010, Fullerton Hotel (Straits Room)

Juliet’s Thoughts: Sempurna It was a special day for the local chinese couples for some reason, and for me it was extra special cuz having language fetishes as i somewhat do. I got a chance to learn a japanese song sung by beautiful singer with a gorgeous voice, Yuna Ito on Precious, and an Indonesian song called Sempurna (which as i found out means Perfect). Beautiful melodies, wonderful arrangements, true to their contexts, that really inspired me. I love new…

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Joelle and Goldwin, 18 Sep 2010, Minjiang (Wedding Live Band)

Juliet’s thoughts: 爱情的魔力 (The Power Of Love) It’s a real joy exploring new ways of singing old sounds. If you don’t know me by now, that’s always been my greatest interest. My deep desire to understand what my parents love, but also the richness of the culture and the language Mandarin, combined with the mad freedom of jazz and improvisation, I couldn’t be happier to be able to make it for this wedding in the end when something miraculously shifted…

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Janice and Jonathan, 10 Jul 2010, Conrad (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: OMG Janice and Jonathan’s wedding was a riot. I thought to myself, “I hadn’t laughed so much at a wedding in ages. Seriously.” I mean, how could anyone keep a straight face when the bridesmaids and groomsmen took a leaf from the coolest wedding dance ever (see below)? To me, Janice and Jonathan’s (JJ) wedding dance trumped JK’s because JJ’s parents joined in the fun! You had to be there to believe it! Then came the tearjerking…

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Joey and Norman, 26 Jun 2010, Hotel InterContinental (Wedding Live Band)

Juliet’s thoughts: When You Wish Upon A Star Working with ZQ once again as a duet team is always so much fun. 🙂 It’s such pleasure singing for the lovely couple. Having sharon on the team again meant we had good fun with the groovy numbers. The highlight for me for this luncheon was Cheek To Cheek (2nd march-in), Wishin’ and Hopin’ (such fun!), and I really enjoyed ZQ’s cantonese number by George Lam, where Sharon did a nice little…

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Wei Zhong and Ariel, 16 May 2010, Orchard Parade Hotel (Wedding Live Band)

Juliet’s thoughts: Cheek To Cheek It is awesome to play with Mei Sheum and Wah Yong again, all dear friends, and we had many conversations through playing at Ariel and Weizhong’s wedding last night. I believe the audience must have been one of the loveliest and sweetest, most attentive bunch we’ve ever performed to, applauding almost at every song we performed. I was quite in love with that samba of the Close To You (Carpenters) we had played during soundcheck,…

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Joseph and Eeling, 15 May 2010, Amara Sanctuary (Wedding Live Band)

Juliet’s thoughts: Lovin’ You My first time gigging with James on Bass, though I’ve witnessed his chops as an audience before. He’s just as wonderful a bass player as a pianist! Niq and Sharon were terrific that night, and we all had a really good time just swinging the night away to jazz standards and revamping old classics. The couple looked fantastic and it was great to be able to share their joy. I loved the songs selected by the…

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Launch of Sony Style, 14 May 2010, Wisma Atria

Juliet’s thoughts: Nature Boy Here’s a huge 🙂 for this opportunity to work with dear musician friends once again. Thank you ALD for this gig with SONY! I’ve always adored singing for corporate events since they usually have a themes that are unconventional and thus challenge our approach of the performance a little more than usual. Playing a jazz set with Ivan (sax), James (piano), Melvin (bass), really made my day! The beauty of jazz had always been about capturing…

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Francis and Agnes, 26 Mar 2010, Holiday Inn Parkview (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Lovin’ You I always get excited when I meet someone who reads this blog.  So when I discovered that Francis is an avid reader, I was delighted.  We had a good long chat discussing his relationship with Agnes; I spent half of that time trying to persuade him to sing a song, to no avail. Undaunted, I asked him to reenact his proposal.  It’s quite a charming story.  This was what he told me. “About close to 3 years of…

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Ben and Diana, 7 Mar 2010, Marriott (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Crazy Love I met Ben and Diana at the reception area outside the ballroom. There was still some time before the start of the lunch reception, so Ben told me how he fell in love with Diana. The story was so brief, yet it cracked me up. This was what he said. Ben and Diana met at a group outing. There were more group outings after that, but fewer and fewer came. Until there were just the…

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Ray and Pauline, 23 Jan 2010, Holiday Inn Atrium (Wedding Live Band)

Jerome’s Thoughts: 一见你就笑 (I Smile When I See You) I believe in loving someone for who they really are… Ray believes in that too, and Pauline is the lucky woman in his life. Ray showed his emotional side when he teared slightly during the gate-crashing session, and during his speech for the guests. He was truly overwhelmed, and deep down inside, I am sure that he feels very lucky to be able to marry Pauline. We rendered a numbers of…

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Weiling and Zhengmin, 2 Jan 2010, Fullerton Hotel (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: I’m Yours Zhengmin and his buddies provided the biggest laughs of the evening when the audience saw the video highlights of the gate-crashing ceremony. For the uninitiated, this ceremony requires the groom and his posse to bang at the doors of the bride’s abode and demand entrance. To prove their sincerity, they would first need to overcome the devious challenges the bridesmaids have come up with. The bridesmaids were obviously not expecting Zhengmin and his band of…

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Yingchao and Hanqing, 26 Dec 09, Ritz Carlton (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Because Of You Thanks to the beautiful photos taken by Kelvin of LightedPixels, I got to see the unadulterated joy and happiness on Hanqing and Yingchao’s faces. Juliet, Boon Chye and Clarence had a ball of a time performing classics and carols on Boxing Day. Their chemistry was flawless and the music sublime. Thanks to Hanqing and Yingchao, Juliet learnt two beautiful jazz songs which she grew to love. Congratulations to Hanqing and Yingchao! Band: Juliet, Clarence…

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Jin and Simon, 20 Dec 09, Marriott (Wedding Live Band)

Ian’s Thoughts: 一生爱你一个(Loving Only You Eternally) The first thought that occured to me was how spacious the hall looked. It was a relatively small party in a large hall setting, and it felt somewhat grand. It felt grand too to be playing with Juliet, but even grander to be greeted soon upon arrival, by the couple themselves who were eager to rehearse their songs! The couple planned to sing at their wedding and it was only our privilege to be backing…

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Larissa and Tommy, 6 Dec 09, Ritz Carlton (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Remember When It was a joy to perform with Juliet again! Haven’t sung with her for ages, and I was so glad she was able to make it for Larissa and Tommy’s wedding. Larissa and Tommy had very specific choices for their march-ins. For their first entrance, they wanted a medley of Lover’s Concerto and Les Yeux Ouverts (French version of Dream A Little Dream). We’d never married (pardon the pun!) the two songs before, but the…

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Siong Chye and Eileen, 5 Dec 09, Amara Sanctuary Resort (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 天使 (Angel) Siong Chye and Eileen were colleagues, and were working together to organise community events. Being in the same company volleyball team also helped them understand each other better. The relationship grew stronger with each passing day. Eileen told me Siong Chye proposed to her on a large grassland at Woodlands Drive 17, beside the Singapore Sports School, and went back to it to take pre-wedding photographs. The site also overlooks their new house. No worries…

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Fong Yee and Wenyao, 21 Nov 09, Chijmes (Wedding Live Band)

Shawn’s thoughts: Two Words Everything about chijimes was just so right for Wenyao and Fong Yee, from the venue to the decor…they even handpicked the band members! The couple displayed great elegance very subtly, and the band was deeply attracted to further pleasure the guests; to complete the tasteful evening the couple had prepared for them. It was a delicate evening of swing, and we swung like never before. A little girl of 6 dedicated a piano piece to the…

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