Niall Horan wins Singapore crowd over with sincerity at first concert here

Irish singer-songwriter Niall Horan, backed by a five-piece band, managed to masterfully make the 5,000-seat venue feel as intimate as a recording studio.
Irish singer-songwriter Niall Horan, backed by a five-piece band, managed to masterfully make the 5,000-seat venue feel as intimate as a recording studio.PHOTO: AEG PRESENTS

SINGAPORE- Irish singer-songwriter Niall Horan managed to do the near impossible in getting the crowd at The Star Theatre to put away their phones, as he played the title song off his debut album Flicker on Tuesday night (June 12).

The audience of an estimated 4,000, comprising mostly screaming fan girls, quietened and listened to Horan, 24, as he told them how the song "was a good thing that came out of a bad thing".

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