An acoustic jazz performance by 2v1G was held at Sepaloh Art Centre, Ipoh. The trio are an international jazz group who sing a mixture of Chinese and English classics from the 70s, 80s, 90s and the best of their three albums. They performed to an appreciative crowd numbering over 80 at the centre recently.
Fans were clearly charmed by Winnie Ho’s and Serena Chong’s soothing vocals as they belted out one song after another. Guitarist Roger Wong accompanied the duo as they mesmerised the audience with their songs.
Besides entertaining the fans, 2V1G shared their experiences and related the history of their group throughout the three-hour show. Since this was the penultimate concert, Ipoh Echo spoke to Leslie Ho, the band’s manager as to the reasons behind the disbanding.
“Winnie and Serena are going solo after this tour while Roger plans on joining another group. 2V1G has earned a name for itself in the jazz world. Now it’s time to try another project,” said Leslie. However, all three will still be managed by Poppop Music.
For those who missed the 2V1G in Ipoh, they can watch the band in Penang. It will be their last port of call. For details contact Leslie Ho at 012 2083 790.