TAIPEI (The China Post) — Taiwanese singer-songwriter Crowd Lu (盧廣仲) sang his latest single “Next Year” (明年) in front of a packed Legacy Taichung on Saturday, one month before the official release of the new song.
The 35-year-old singer’s “2020 Spring Tour,” originally slated in March-April, was postponed to the end of the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Although it’s been a tough year, with the spring tour turning into a winter concert, we can take the opportunity today to store up some spring energy so that the winter will be less cold,” Lu jokingly said during the concert.
Speaking of his song “Your Name Engraved Herein” which grabbed this year’s Golden Horse award for the best original film song last month, he thanked God for the blessings as well as fans’ support.
During the concert, Lu sang many hit songs, such as “100 Ways of Living “, “Beautiful Morning,” “I Love You” and others to name just a few.
“Although the pandemic made life inconvenient this year, it was worth it as long as we could still get together and love each other, and we’ll see each other again next year,” he remarked.
Crowd Lu will perform at Legacy Taipei on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 for the postponed 2020 Spring Tour.