Showing posts from June, 2013

America’s Got Talent, Recycled Percussion

Recycled Percussion was formed in 1994 in New Hampshire at their High School talent show, and their first performance gave birth to the style of music now known as ‘JUNK ROCK’. Recycled Percussion toured all over the United States before making a debut on reality the television show, America’s Got Talent, in 2009 where they finished in third placing. The band received its highest honour in 2010 when it sealed a deal with MGM Grand in Las Vegas, becoming the only band with their own show on the Las Vegas strip nightly.
Once we entered the Marquee, we were given a drumstick and a pail, and I also noticed the colored sticker (Blue) was affixed at the bottom of the pail...
When the show began, we were divided up among 4 teams (Blue, Red, Black and Green), determined by the color of the sticker you were having. We made noise music with them throughout the whole show.
During the performance, the foursome used trash cans, a three-metre tall ladder or simply just anything they can get their …

A fruitful trip down Singapore Art Museum

Most of the museums in Singapore welcome Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PR) with warm hospitality as they offer free entry to Singaporeans and PR... With more attractions and museums on board, we have a total of 11 attractions to visit for free. I took this chance to visit the Singapore Art Museum (SAM). Being a Singaporean myself, I will make full use of the opportunity (free entry) to visit more museums and attractions and get to know Singapore’s story and appreciate my country as Rome was not built in a day, so what we have today is what we worked for.
The Singapore Art Museum(SAM) is located at Bras Basah Road is housed in a beautifully restored school building (the former St. Joseph's Institution). It opened in January 1996, and it aims to preserve and present the contemporary art and art histories of Singaporeand Southeast Asia. The Singapore Art Museum(SAM) has worldwide links with international museums such as Louvre Museum, Guggenheim Museum, Shanghai ArtMuseum and …

Delifrance Singapore turns 30

Délifrance, celebrates her 3 decades in Singapore and to mark this special milestone, they launched they first-ever Michelin Sandwich, Le Paris-Singapore. Délifrance initiated a partnership with 1-star Michelin Chefs, Laurent and Jacques Pourcel from France, in the creation of a special recipe to celebrate 30th Anniversary in Singapore. The twins were born in Montpelier, in the south of France, and they run the famous restaurant in Montpellier, France and of course as well as restaurants in Bangkok, Shanghai, Tokyo, Geneva, Marrakech, Casablanca and Paris. The Pourcel brothers hold a reputation as two of the very best ambassadors of French fine food. In 2010, they were invited to represent French gastronomy in the French Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo.
Délifrance is the first French-theme café to introduce authentic French bakery products in Singapore and the launch of Le Paris-Singapore is dedicated to their long-time supporters who have grown up with the brands over the past 30 yea…