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The Switch Gang


Fri Nov 28 2014, 8:30pm–1:00am
Fri Dec 5 2014, 8:30pm–1:00am
Fri Dec 12 2014, 8:30pm–1:00am
Fri Dec 19 2014, 8:30pm–1:00am
Fri Dec 26 2014, 8:30pm–1:00am

Where: Switch, 73 Bras Basah Road, #01-01/02 , Bras Basah, Singapore

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

The Switch Gang is everything you love. From the old to the new, the east to the west, the sweetest ballad to the most rocking anthem, the band has got it covered. The guys are veterans of the Singapore mando-pop scene and have played in some of the biggest and most successful live music venues in Singapore. They have also done stints in the vibrant Macau casino entertainment scene to great reception.

Leon Lim Yu Zhi (林昱志) participated in Singapore’s first televised Chinese singing competition “Project Superstar Season 1” emerging top 12 over 4500 participants. His enthusiasm and passion to learn had since helped him venture further into the music industry. His first self composed song ‘Give Me My Life’ and was released in compilation album ‘ARC Genesis’ on August 2007. He was engaged as the singer of “男人香水/Man’s Perfume” one of the top 12 composed song in a local song composition competition “S-POP Hurray”. Leon is currently on tour with international pop star Wang Lee Hom in his "Music Man 2 World Tour" as his harmonising vocalist. Leon performs with The Switch Gang on Friday nights.

At 22, Ruth Kueo Miaoru has garnered some of the industry’s most influential personalities’ affirmations as a promising singer, songwriter and all rounded musician. Despite her tender age, Miaoru has lived a lot of life. She is a master when it comes to relating her personal experiences into her performances. Her ability to tap into her life experiences has allowed her to write songs that resonate profoundly with audiences of most ages. Miaoru delivers maturity in her songs but evidence of her youth shines through subtly with lingering pockets of hope for true love, adding charm and life to her creations.Her journey as a local musician has seen numerous ups and downs but her constant pursuit of excellence has kept her ahead of the highly competitive industry. Miaoru has taken part and won numerous awards in local singing competitions and most recently represented Singapore at the Million Star Season Two '12 and a PK contender in another Taiwan popular talent search show, 超级偶像‘13. Miaoru has been the go-to person for artistes like JJ Lin, Joi Chua and others for song demos. Her recognisable voice can also be heard over local airwaves for radio jingles and Mediacorp theme songs, with the most recent ones being the ending theme song of local drama 好运到 and FM100.3's radio jingle.