At 71, Singaporean blues musician Lim Kiang releases debut album

Lim Kiang, 71, bassist, singer and songwriter of the band Straydogs. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - It is better late than never for musician, singer and songwriter Lim Kiang, a blues rock veteran in Singapore.

At 71, he has released his first solo album Last Dog Standing. The title is a nod to his role as founding member and bass player of Straydogs, a pioneering R&B and blues band who were active from the mid-1960s to mid-1970s.

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