Posted: 01 Dec 2011 11:57 PM PST
STAR Live 2011, the star-studded year-end concert by ntv7, is back and will be coming your way on Dec 17 at 8.30pm at Stadium Bukit Jalil (Carpark A) in Kuala Lumpur. With performances by 11 acts from South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Malaysia, Star Live 2011 is setting the mood to its theme, "Crazy Over Music". Broadcasting live on ntv7, this free entry concert is held in appreciation of ntv7's loyal viewers and to celebrate the year end.
This year, two of Malaysia's favourite Chinese radio stations, 988 FM and one FM, will be participating and endorsing the concert. Also partnering ntv7 in this outdoor show are Red Box and Green Box Karaoke. The concert management for Star Live 2011 is Galaxy Group.
Into its fifth year now, Star Live 2011 once again boasts a fun-filled line-up comprising Malaysia's dayDream, Choo Hou Ren, Lin Kah Jun, Athena Beh, and Jess Lee; Taiwan's Sam Lee, Aaron Yan, (US-born) Anthony Neely and (China-born) Della Ding Dang; Hong Kong rock band Mr. and South Korea's Alexander Lee Eusebio (formerly of K-pop boyband U-KISS).
Passes are available via roadshows where fans can enjoy performances by local artistes and redeem the concert tickets through exciting games. Details for upcoming road show are as follows: Viva Home, Cheras, KL (Dec 3, 8pm); ntv7's Yuan Carnival, Seri Kembangan, Selangor (Dec 4, 2pm); and Berjaya Times Square, KL (Dec 11, 2pm).
Fans can win VIP passes through contests held by radio stations one FM and 988 FM.
If you cannot make it to the live show, catch the live telecast on Dec 17 at 8.30pm on ntv7. If you happen to miss the show, you can also watch it later on (www.tonton.com.my).
For more info about Star Live 2011, visit www.ntv7.com.my/starlive, or follow ntv7 on Facebook and Twitter.Full content generated by Get Full RSS.
Posted: 01 Dec 2011 11:58 PM PST
IT'S the most happening month of the year and to mark the merry season of December, Red FM has fantastic giveaways for you.
To kick things off, tune in to Red FM'S Late Night Love Songs with Mynn (Sunday to Friday, 10pm to 1am) from Dec 5 to Dec 9. Send in your three favourite love songs along with a dedication to someone special when the cue for Red FM's Threesome comes on. If your selection gets chosen, you win a New Year's Eve dinner for two at Uncle Chilli's in Hilton Petaling Jaya in Selangor. It's a night of revelry as you feast on an elegant five course set dinner followed by a New Year countdown party at the hotel.
If you prefer instead to win a prize that can add on to your music collection, next week's CD giveaway will be one you would not want to miss. You stand the chance to win Amy Winehouse's Lioness: Hidden Treasures (pic) throughout the week. Winehouse's third album showcases her extraordinary interpretation of classic songs and is a fitting tribute to this talented singer and songwriter. The album features songs such as Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, The Girl From Ipanema, A Song For You and many more. There is a special bonus pack up for grabs on the Red FM's Evening show with Arnold Loh (Monday to Friday, 7pm to 10pm). Give Arnold a call on 03 7728 1049 when you hear the cue for Red FM's Onboard. Let Arnold know you are 'Onboard' with him for a fun time ahead and you also get to pick up a copy of Winehouse's Back To Black album as well as the DVD edition of I Told You I Was Trouble - Live in London performance.
With more treats, events and New Year's Eve parties coming up, join Red FM for a month of non-stop celebration and end your year on a high note.
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Posted: 01 Dec 2011 02:13 PM PST
PETALING JAYA: The excitement of co-hosting a radio show for the very first time kept actor Tony Eusoff (pic) up on Wednesday night.
"I didn't get much sleep because I was both nervous and excited. This is my first time doing a radio show.
"It was a good first day and I will remember it forever," Tony said of his gig as a guest deejay on Capital FM 88.9, the country's first women's radio station.
Tony joined Capital FM deejays Joanne Kam and Joey G on the breakfast segment, The Talk of the Town, yesterday morning and will be a guest deejay on the show for the rest of December. He is glad to be part of a station that gives voice to women.
"I was brought up by a single mother who is my biggest inspiration.
"She worked as a hospital attendant and earned about RM1,000 but with that she managed to raise me and my adopted brother," said Tony of his mother who has her own farm in Sarawak.
He describes himself as "one of the least chauvinistic people around".
"I hope to bring a man's insight on some of the topics that are discussed," said the 34-year-old actor, who added that it had always been his dream to be involved in a radio show.
As such, Tony had no hesitation in accepting when approached by programme consultant Aanont Wathanasin.
Was he also influenced by the fact that his "celebrity crush" Asha Gill is also a deejay on the station?
"I did have a crush on Asha.
"She was someone I idolised when I was younger and it is a little strange to be working alongside her now," he said with a laugh.
Launched on Wednesday, Capital FM aims to be a "real radio station for real women" with the tagline, "Women – The New Capital".Full content generated by Get Full RSS.
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