Playspace Live Launch Party

2nd September 2015: Playspace Live Launch Party at The Place, Damansara Perdana.

I bumped into Sharon Chong as I was walking around, looking for the place. Ever the wise, she knew where it was at. She also asked me to take a picture. I did not know why, but I put my faith in the wise!

The performance space, showcasing its lighting!

Edwin Sumun was the host for the night, an ever playful emcee.

The night was a journey through music through the decades. Foo Chie Haur here shows us the first stage.

Anna Chong and a Mongolian song.

Nana & Friends with opera!

Junji Delfino brings us to modern day recorded music.

Reza Salleh does the 50s and 60s.

Liyana Fizi joins him on stage to sing Something Stupid.

I love how it looks like they are either very dazzled or can’t get over how dazzling they both look.

But yeah, Stevensunny did a great job with the hair and make-up.

The lighting changes were smooth, too, with music transitioning from song to song effortlessly.

Joy Victor does the 70s.

Jude Macson Bensing does the 80s.

The band (where you see David Tebari on guitar, Melina William on bass, Omar Ibrahim on drums and Sharon Chong on keyboard) does the 90s.

Hiding somewhere in the back is Zalila Lee, who does a spot on impression of Alanis Morrisette.

Nikki Palikat brings us to the 2000s.

Glorious lights!

And with that, the full production value mini-concert ended.

But wait…

Junkofunc came out of hiding.

(Edited 4:05 AM 24th September 2015 +0800 GMT, with thanks to Reza Salleh for corrections regarding which performer performed which decade.)

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