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Alan Tam 2017 Beijing Concert
Published on Jan 3, 2017
Genre: Pop Concert
Dates: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Venue: LeSports Center
Prices: 380, 580, 980, 1380, 1680
Features: Regards as an evergreen Hong Kong Canto-pop singer of all time, Alan Tam is a pure Chinese miracle. On April 22, Alan's 2017 Beijing concert will stage in LeSports Center(formerly the Wukesong Arena).
Alan Tam, also named Wing Lun Alan, is an award-winning Hong Kong Cantopop and English pop singer and actor. During the early 1980s he played a major role in developing the cantopop scene as he was known for singing romantic ballads with modern arrangements. As of 2008, he is still active in the music industry, releasing new albums on a regular basis. Since the late 1980s, he has served as a mentor for the cantopop music industry, earning the nickname the "Principal" or "Principal Tam". Today he is regularly seen across the media in Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan, and various parts of East Asia participating in all types of entertainment related events and charity activities.
Tam's first album as a solo artist was "Naughty Boy" in 1979. He later releases such as "Love in Autumn" in 1984 or "Embrace" , "Flower in Water" or "Half Dazed, Half Awoken" achieved commercial success. In the 1981 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards he also won his first major individual song award. In 1987 he made an announcement that he would not accept any more awards with competition involved. He continued to release albums for the next 30+ years. From 1981 to 1988 he won a top 10 song award every year. This was in addition to his winning a top 10 song award every year from 1983 to 1987 for the Jade solid gold awards. In 1993, he released the English album "My Love", in collaboration with Korean singer Kim Wan-Sun.
The Hong Kong press frequently reported a fierce rivalry between Tam and fellow singer Leslie Cheung. Although both artists were at peace with each other, it was the fans who created the spectacle of a musical feud. In the late 90s the singers brushed aside any doubts about their friendship, and even appeared in galas and other special programmes. In 1999, Leslie Cheung, together with other 17 singers, participated in the Album "Paying Tribute to Alan Tam" and collaborated to produce the single remix of Tam's popular songs "Illusion" and "Foggy Love".
In 2003, he teamed up with fellow artist Hacken Lee for a major world tour entitled "Left Alan Right Hacken" which expanded from Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, Southeast Asia to parts of Canada and United States. The name of the tour was a clever spinoff of the Chinese phrase of the same pronunciation. Since 2006 he has been helping his godson Kelvin Kwan establish a career in the Hong Kong pop industry.
One of his signature fast songs "Love Trap" earned him the 25th Anniversary Jade Solid Gold song honour award in 2006. By 1995 he had already sold more than 20 million albums. By 2005 he had launched more than 104 albums, and 800 songs. He has taken part in 264 concerts, of which 189 were individual concerts.
In 2007 he was the recipient of the 30th Hall of Fame Award from the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong (CASH) for his 30+ years of contributions to the Hong Kong and Chinese music industry.
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