A Mewsic Fundraiser for Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home
We’re gathering some of Singapore’s most
talented musicians to raise awareness and donations for the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age
Home, a 55-year old institution that looks after retired samsui woman and Amahs
Many of these women, who came in droves from
the 1930s onwards, helped lay the foundations for the Singapore we know today.
While buildings and even MRT stations were constructed by the samsui woman,
the Amahs were greatly involved in providing domestic help for a generation of
both pre and post-war babies. The lineup for this fundraiser includes 53A, LEW,
Joie Tan, Xueyi, Sammybubbas who will be purrforming alongside 10 residents
cats at The Company of Cats.
Tickets for the event are priced at $15 and
includes a 2-hour stay in the cat room, the artist will also be collecting
donations on-site for the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home, so come on by with an open
heart (maybe an open wallet) and have a great time while you’re at it!
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
JOIE - Joie’s foray into the limelight started with her covers of vocal-heavy songs on YouTube. At the tender age of 13, Joie started developing a serious interest in music which led to the discovery of her personal sound today. Her svelte, resonant vocals beautify any song that passes through her lips. Her personality intertwines with every note, ensuring that each song is marked with her unique signature. 20 this year, Joie has released her Debut Single, ‘Stay’ and looks to share her EP that will consist with personal, heartfelt tunes mid-2015/early-2016.
LEW - Lewis Loh, otherwise musically known as LEW, is a nineteen year old local singer-songwriter who is inspired by acoustic and folk tunes. LEW was born and raised in Hong Kong, but came back to Singapore to serve his National Service and sees this as an opportunity to write about new things as well as to connect with the Singapore local music scene. He started song-writing at the age of seventeen, writing about the raw and metaphorical ways that he feels about his experiences.
XUEYI - Xue Yi is a Pop/folk singer songwriter based in Singapore.With a decade of performing experience, She has worked with industry veterans such as Bang Wen Fu, Lim Yu Beng, Iskandar Ismail, Tan Kheng Hua, Sara Wee (53A) and has performed at venues such as Timbre Substation, The Esplanade, The Padang, Marina Floating Platform, Kallang theatre, Kallang Indoor Stadium etc.She believes in writing simple, emotive and infectious songs and also adding apersonal touch when covering popular hits.
Follow her on Instagram @tokxueyi or check out her music on Youtube www.youtube.com/tokxueyi
SAMMYBUBBAS - Sam Driscoll is a singer/songwriter who first found internet fame as the "angmoh" on YouTube talking about Singaporean culture. He slowly moved from comedy to music, recording covers on YouTube and dabbling in writing original material. Mervyn and Ryan are two parts of a three piece band called HubbaBubbas, and they form the rhythm section of the band, melding Mervyn’s beatbox with Ryan’s funny guitar playing, they lay down the foundation for their final bandmate Stephanie to work her magic.
Their lives changed when they met under the mentorship of Sara Wee during the Noise Music Mentorship in 2014. In their separate bands, they have been working hard on their respective debut releases. This marks the first time they’ll be performing together in a cat café, so be sure to catch them as they perform some cross-overs for the first time.
53A - 53A is one of Singapore's most prominent cover bands featuring a dynamic young crew of talented and versatile music performers from diverse backgrounds, all of whom are well-tenured in the local 'live' music scene. The result is a unique, versatile and scalable group of professional musicians who are able to operate as an acoustic duo or scale up all the way to a six-piece band across a variety of genres - jazz, pop, rock, punk, alternative or top 40s.
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
- The Company of Cats, 6B Mosque Street
Standard (Includes 2-hour catroom stay) $15.00
On sale until Sep 26, 2015, 6:10:00 PM
- Venue Address
- 6B Mosque Street Singapore
2-min walk from Chinatown MRT
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