Concert review: FTIsland frontman's vocals powers show
Published on Mar 9, 2014 3:05 PM
Against the dazzling back lights, the silhouette of five men appeared onstage at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Saturday night. Then, a distinctive voice emanated through the darkness: "Hey, what's up Singapore?"
Even before concert-goers saw him, they knew the unique voice belonged to Lee Hong Ki, frontman of South Korean rock band FTIsland.
The lead singer’s vocal prowess was what powered the high-octane two-hour performance right from the moment the quintet burst onto the stage with their opening number, Flower Rock.
The rocker belted out a slew of 20 or so hits, such as Hello Hello, I Wish and I Hope, songs that clearly struck a chord with the estimated 4,000-strong crowd comprising mostly of teens and 20-somethings.
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