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Albert Au Shui Keung, popularly known as Albert Au, is a Cantopop singer-songwriter best known for covering American folk classics such as Carole King's You've Got a Friend. The artist rose to prominence in the eighties and has since made appearances on TV and in movies. Alongside Albert has been operating music educational establishments. He has also been DJ-ing on Radio Television Hong Kong, which brought him more fame in his country. He has been playing live as a solo act as well as with other artists like Brenda Lo, whom he first met on his Honk Kong radio show. His performances are known for their characteristic pop sound that he has delivered in some of the most popular old hits like Garfunkel & Simon's Bridge Over Troubled Water. He is currently playing a series of live concerts around America so grab Albert Au tickets for an evening filled with romantic folk pop melodies.
The artist was born in Hong Kong in 1955. He attended Hong Kong Baptist University and debuted in 1979. Albert gained popularity with his folk music in the eighties. During this initial period of success, he appeared in several films include Dangerous Encounter, Don't Play with Fire, Sealed with a Kiss and Love Encore. Other eighties films he acted in are Return of Pom Pom, The Militarism Revival, Let us Flirt Partner and Return of Condor Heroes. By the end of the eighties, Albert was done making films and only appeared in them rarely, doing only one in the nineties called Tigers: The Legend of Canton. His most recent films were both made in 2006, namely Throw Down and McDull: the Alumni.
Various songs covered by Albert Au include Garfunkel & Simon's The Sound of Silence, Jim Croce's I'll Have to Tell You I Love you through a Song, and Dan Fogelberg's Longer. He has also performed Don McLean's track Vincent which pays tribute to nineteenth century painter Vincent Van Gogh. At several of his shows he has played the seventies golden hit You've Got a Friend that was originally performed by Carole King & James Taylor. His other seventies covers include Joni Mitchell's Both Sides Now, Kansas' Dust in the Wind, Ralph McTell's Streets of London, and Seal and Crofts' Windflowers. Yet more seventies' tunes that the artist has covered beautifully are Kenny Loggins' Danny's Song and The Mills Brothers' Yellow Bird. Albert's picks from the eighties are more romantically inclined featuring Jerry Orbach's Try to Remember, and pop legend John Denver's Perhaps Love, among others. Some of the oldest tunes played by Albert include Elvis Presley's 1956 hit Love Me Tender, and English rock band The Animals' 1964 release The House of Rising Sun. Another sixties track that the singer really loves is Skeeter Davis' End of the World that became a chart-topping hit at the time of its release.
Albert Au is soon to perform with fellow co-host at RTHK, Brenda Lo. The two will take their audience back to the golden days with their seventies and eighties covers. The performance promises to be delightful so don't miss your share of Albert Au tickets.