Zee Avi Homecoming concert in Kuching
Kuching, Sunday, November 26, I went to yet another awesome event. None other than Sarawak’s pride songbird, Zee Avi for her homecoming concert in Kuching. It was an awesome show and nothing better to describe it. Seems like it was another dream came true for me to watch her performed live (since I missed her performance in March). I’ve been a fan since her first album and I do admit that her songs are all my favorites now. For people who knows my preference of musics are mostly rocks and heavy as well as Dubsteps plus some other electronical tunes, this might sound kinda wierd but like I said or tweet not long ago, I might be 90% into rock and heavy musics but I leave 10% for the other awesome musics like Zee Avi’s. The truth is I’m a bit liberal and universal in my music preferences, I will listen to any musics that amuse me and pleasing to my ears
Pinjam your face Mikey
Anyway, yes, Zee Avi’s homecoming concert that day was awesome (I will repeat that again and again if I have to) :p and it was also inspirational to see a fellow Sarawakian who’ve been around the world promoting her musics. Furthermore, she got the first ever song in Sarawakian Malay dialect in an international album, the Sikboh Kitak Nangis and like Zee said “not bad right?” Oh yeah, it’s not bad, it’s awesome!!! With most of the songs she performed that night are from her new album, Ghostbird, she amazed all of those who attended that show. Personally for me, nothing better than listening to and watching my favourite singers/bands live and she’s kinda sounds better live than in CD ;) During that show, she sang everybody’s favourite songs too, such as Kantoi, Bitterheart and of course the Mi Kolok Sigek.
Narmi was performing for the opening that night. Before she ends her concert that night, she expressed how she missed her home and how she really happy not only because she’s back at her own home but to perform live for us all. She even said a few inspirational advices and one of them was “siney sinek kitak orang pegi, sikboh lupak kitak orang Sarawak”, which literally means, wherever you go don’t forget where you’re from.
During that concert I bought her CD (which I already have one hihihik) with the hope that I can get it sign by her but no luck for that actually XD but… the best thing was, I met her the next day at the airport before she went back to KL. That was the second time I met her in person, at the same place this year, previously was in March when she was back for the Perhimpunan Belia thingy. Although I didn’t get to have a proper chat with her because she was rushing to catch her flight but it was awesome to meet her in person again. Honestly that’s better than anything else
Anyway, thanks so much Zee Avi for the awesome show and keep up the good work! Hopefully she will be back again soon Salute to Zee Avi!!!