Frances Yip Lai-Yee, Elisa Chan, and Maria Cordero had their concert since 2009 and 2013 in Hong Kong Coliseum. After 2 years apart, 3 people decide to meet again to open Show in 2015 at Genting Arena of Stars. The three of them have extravagant singing skills, big voices and different style.
Frances Yip Lai-Yee (叶丽仪) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She is best known for performing many of the theme songs for television series produced by TVB in the 1980s and early 1990s.Yip hit international fame with her signature tune, ‘The Bund’ from the TVB drama of the same title. Yip has released more than 80 albums, mostly of songs in American English, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, Mexican Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese, and Mandarin. She has performed on television, and in films, concerts and cabarets in more than 30 countries on five continents. Her linguistic skills, with unique interpretations of lyrics in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, as well as several other Asian languages, have led to a fan base across a wide range of cultures and countries.
Elisa Chan (陈洁灵) was one of Hong Kong's biggest stars during the 1980s and is perhaps best known for her duets with Leslie Cheung. Even though her native tongue is Cantonese, she also sings in other languages including Mandarin, Japanese, English, Italian and Tagalog. Born in Hong Kong, she began her singing career at a young age in the 1970s, quitting school at age 16 and joining the New Topnotes, a Cantonese-language band. In the 1980s Chan emerged as a solo star, although her duets with Leslie Cheung proved most popular.
Maria Cordero (玛俐亚) is a singer, actress, TV Host and DJ from Macau. She also has her own cooking show, Maria's Kitchen on Cable TV. Her fans nicknamed her "Fat Mama". Maria's singing career began after word spread about her singing ability at a newly opened disco in 1985. Offers of recording contracts, movie roles, and stage performances came after a string of hits which began with a tailor made song written for her by director and song writer Teddy Robin, titled "Sai Hei".
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