31 Oct '11, 11am

Scissor Sisters and Kasabian to perform in Singapore next year

Scissor Sisters and Kasabian to perform in Singapore next year

SINGAPORE: US disco pop act Scissor Sisters will perform at Fort Canning Park in Singapore on January 9 next year. This will be the Scissors Sisters' first concert in Singapore. The Scissors Sisters comprises of vocalists Jake Shears and Ana Matronic, along with multi‐instrumentalist Baby Daddy and lead guitarist Del Marquis. Best known for their massively popular song "I Don't Feel Like Dancin", the group debuted in 2002 but only achieved prominence after recording a cover of Pink Floyd's "Comfortable Numb", which earned them numerous awards. According to LAMC Productions, which is also bringing in UK rock group Kasabian on February 8 next year, tickets to both concerts will go on sale from November 7.

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