Despite having a list of accomplishments as long as your arm, oboist and conductor Howard Ng can tell a good yarn, and be self-deprecating in the nicest way.
Mike and I came across some lads singing a capella in the newly completed Oceanus shopping mall on the waterfront in Kota Kinabalu. Apart from sharing their lovely singing, I’m […]
It’s been a long time since I posted on SabahSongs. Here is a video of wonderful Double Take Dec 23 2015. https://joannafunk.wordpress.com/2015/12/24/sabah-holiday-2015-16-a-double-take-christmas/
In 1961 when the Rebels first hit the stage at Jesselton’s Community Center for the 1st installment of Talent Time finals, they had Hofner V2 guitars. These were solid body […]
After my first blog post in this series, I am glad a number of readers came out to comment on some minor sequence of events that took place. Since this […]
This is the first of a series of posts by Gordon Pan on the origins of Western band culture in Sabah. It was around the middle of the year 1960 […]
“Do not let people tell you that there is no hope for musicians, that they can’t earn a living. That’s what everybody says, but it’s absolutely not true. If they […]