Mr. Rock Jam Hsiao is transforming himself to become Mr. Jazz. His new album titled, “Mr. Jazz - A Song For You”, will contain eleven classic English tracks that are recorded from a live performance. Jam says, “It is a very soothing album.”
In fact, the songs were recorded during Jam’s birthday celebration event with the fans a few days ago. He prepared and sang a series of Jazz songs at the celebration, which were recorded and compiled into this new concept album. As a birthday present, his record company Warner Music gave him an English dictionary and a saxophone to wish him the best for his career in music. Additionally, Warner Music also held a press conference yesterday to promote the upcoming album.
In related news, Jam is flying to Australia today to get ready for a concert on the 11th and 12th. As a result, he won’t be able to celebrate Mother’s Day with his mom, so he has already given her a big red envelope as a gift!
His originally scheduled performances in America on the 26th, 27th, and 29th have been cancelled due to unpaid expenses from the organizers. His management company made an urgent press release expressing that they had not received the payment for the performances, so the arrangements were cancelled according to the contract. Fans who bought tickets will need to contact the organizers. Nonetheless, fans in the states may get another chance to see Jam later this year as he plans to hold a concert tour, but no dates have been confirmed.
Trivia: Jam recently won the Best New Performer award at the 2012 Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in The Killer Who Never Kills.
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