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GERMAN singer Thomas Anders, the lead vocalist of the Eighties-era dance-pop band Modern Talking, will be at the Arena Of Stars, Genting Highlands, on Sept 15 at 8pm .
Backed with a live band from Berlin, it will be his first gig in Southeast Asia.
Modern Talking comprised Anders and producer-cum-composer Dieter Bohlen. It was Germany’s most successful pop duo with over 160 million CD sales worldwide. The group shaped musical history in the 1980s with chart-toppers such as You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul, You Can Win If You Want, Cheri, Cheri Lady, Brother Louie, Atlantis Is Calling, Geromino’s Cardillac, Jetliner and Sexy Sexy Lover.
Anders and Bohlen worked together from 1984 to 1987 and from 1998 to 2003. Anders has continued to develop his solo career after 2003.
He has made global concert appearances and his concert tour Thomas Anders And Modern Talking Band has performed in Chile, Poland, Turkey, Paris, Moscow and London, among others.
He has earned a multitude of awards, including the Golden Europa and World Music Award. Anders will perform Modern Talking’s hit songs as well as his own, bringing back memories of the 1980s.
Thomas Anders And Modern Talking Band Live In Malaysia 2012 is organised by Star Planet. Tickets are priced between RM100 and RM300 (excluding RM3 processing fee). Call 03-9223 3667/9222 8811/2718 1118.