A Starry Night Recital


A-bin Fang (方烱彬) is returning to Penang to sing for you!

Born and bred in Air Itam, Penang, A-bin Fang is a Malaysian singer-songwriter based in Taiwan. He is a celebrated artiste in the Mandopop scene, known for his popular songs such as “Huai Ren” (Bad Guy), which has won numerous accolades.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, A-bin returned to Malaysia last year to unwind himself, though he remains active in writing and composing songs. His new single “Xin De Yi Nian” (A New Year) was released during the Chinese New Year celebrations this year, bringing positive energy to those affected by the pandemic.

In conjunction with George Town Festival 2021, A-bin has composed a new song by drawing inspiration from his hometown. Along with the song’s MV, which is filmed in Penang, A-bin aims to introduce the distinctive charm of the historic island to the world through his new song. A-bin will be launching this new song in July 2021.

Stay tuned for more updates.

About the Artist

Born in Penang on 17 July 1977 as Fong Jhung Bin, A-bin Fang (方烱彬) is a Malaysian singer-songwriter. He is an alumnus of Heng Ee High School and the elder brother of A-jia Fang, another established Mandopop singer and music producer.

During the early stage of his music career, A-bin formed a music duo known as Island (“Nian Shao Zhi Dao”) with singer Qiu Wei Yi, though the latter left the group in 1997 and was subsequently replaced by Wee Kheng Ming. Following the release of several music albums in Malaysia and Taiwan, the duo split, citing reasons such as differences in interests and specialisations.

A-bin launched his first solo album “Good Guy?! A-bin” on 10 November 2008 after fellow Malaysian singer Penny Tai introduced him to Eric Chen, a renowned Taiwanese record producer and founder of record label Enjoy Music. He went on to release his second album “Bad Guy’s Love Songs: Regrets” in October 2009, which is a cover compilation of female Mandopop hits in the 1990s. In 2016, he signed with record label Ocean Butterflies.

This year marks A-bin’s 24th year in show business.

Postponed until further notice

July 2021




Black Kettle

Ticket Prices:

RM56, RM70, RM224

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