Jane Zhang held her Japan Premier Showcase on March 29th. The arrangements for the songs were energetic and playful, and she pulled them off like a pro. She also performed a Japanese version of “light in darkness”
Her visit to Japan also brought her to the attention of another star who recently visited Japan:
“It’s mad!” Duffy exclaims, “I’ve never heard great singers come from this part of the world. Jane’s gorgeous and she’s got a great voice!”
I have no idea what the first part was suppose to mean, but at least Jane’s loved.
To be loved:
During the interview in Japan, she also commented on her music style:
“Before, I was singing a lot of sad songs, so people think I’m a sad person. I really wanted them to know the real me: I like rock music. In this song I sing with a new producer, Keith, and he’s a rocker…so on this album the fast songs are done in a rock style. I like the guitar parts, I really like that,” she said.
Music lets me say:
As the encore performance, Jane performed something a little more mellow than the rest of the show – Teresa Tang’s Du Shang Xi Lou (going on the Western mansion alone)
on a sidenote, Wei Chen (or Vision West, according to Derek Elley) ‘s film Shi Qi won best film by a new director at the Tiburon International Film Festival last week.