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Local musicians have to deal with hardcore fans too

Published on Oct 27, 2012 4:18 PM
 
Singer-songwriter Eugenia Yip, says it is common for guys to come up to chat after her live sets at clubs and bars. -- ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

A singer-songwriter gets "stalked" by a fan online as well as at her live shows. Another musician agrees to go on a date with a female fan, only to have the girl go "psycho" on him.

These are just some of the odd predicaments home-grown singers and musicians have found themselves in, in the course of performing live shows and promoting their music online.

It is just par for the course for any singer or band whose music has charmed fans, and of course, being good-looking does not hurt too.

Ask singer-songwriter Eugenia Yip, 24, who says it is common for guys to come up to chat after her live sets at clubs and bars.

 
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