Le Quyen singing Bolero sad cultivated enough to empathize the listener of Seattle
Hà Nội native songstress Lệ Quyên, whose voice has cultivated audiences for years, once again seduce fans during her live show at Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn, Washington on 17th December.
The first two hours were performing by local singers, the audiences wait patiently for the dubbed as “Queen of Vietnamese Bolero Music” due to her roaring success with slow-tempo songs, the 38-year-old singer performed the songs by veteran songwriter Lam Phương, which are also featured in her latest album Khúc Tình Xưa (Old Love Songs): Lệ Quyên – Lam Phương that was released on December 24, 2016.
Quyên also said that the composer Lam Phương has about 200 songs that he has never unveiled.
Quyên’s newest album features 12 songs – some of the best by Phương, including Thành Phố Buồn (Sad City), Bài Tango Cho Em (A Tango for You), Thu Sầu (Melancholy Autumn), Cỏ Úa (Withered Grass), and Xin Thời Gian Qua Mau (Time, Please Fly Quickly).
Quyên performed some of these songs in her show, as well as some other hits to share the stage with her.
Singer Lệ Quyên ’Queen of Bolero Music’ said that she will not be singing during the holiday but rather spend time enjoying her New Year with her family and friends in America. She makes comparison that America celebrating their holidays at home and in Vietnam – It is not uncommon to see families having fun and celebrating in their gardens or outdoor environment. Despite this, holiday remains to be the world’s attempt to rejuvenate and have happy times with family. This tradition, may be different across countries, have the same meaning to everyone.