The acclaimed British singer-songwriter performs in Hanoi.
American Jazz and R&B singer Ladee Streeter. From small town choirgirl to backup singer for Stevie Wonder.
Come April, that means it’s time for another offering from country music’s favourite Vietnamese-American drawcard Billy Bob Nguyen.
While the fame of her singer sister, Le Cat Trong Ly, grows at an exponential rate, Le Cat Tien has chosen a different, more grounded path. Owner, singer and main attraction of Nep Café, she’s one of the people keeping the peace in Danang. Photo by Nick Ross
From Jan. 21 through Apr. 14, the Park Hyatt Saigon is welcoming the classy Canadian songstress Michèle Kaye to the Lounge, where she’ll be performing every night except Tuesdays, from 8pm to midnight.
Cam Van’s husky voice is familiar to all those Vietnamese who have taken her into their hearts over many years. Like many Saigon celebrities she has decided to focus her energies on becoming a businesswoman. Words by Derek Milroy, photo by Harvey Morrison
Kyo York is a household name in his adopted country, which isn’t bad for a poor boy from Philadelphia who arrived in Vietnam four years ago on the voluntary teaching trail.