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A hotspot for emerging new talent or pop culture icons, Tin Box The Live House assures a night of quality music, top-notch sounds and helluva experience. So we round up an ensemble of seasoned local musicians and rising talents – our resident band, to form the pulse of our live house. Meet our dream ensemble and get ready for a rip-roaring ‘jamming’ season!

Gen Seah - Vocalist

With her rich and soulful vocals, Gen Seah is known for her ability to perform across genres, from jazz and musical theatre to pop-rock and R&B. In her 10-year music career, the multitalented vocalist, keyboardist and songwriter fine-tuned her vocal prowess at bars, bistros, weddings and corporate events. As one-sixth of Singapore's favourite acappella group, Vocaluptuous, Gen and her mates have performed at local and international events graced by Singapore’s president and prime minister, and foreign delegates from the ASEAN region. Illustrious musicians she has worked with include jazz drum legend Louis Soliano, singer-songwriter Dick Lee, concert music director-keyboardist Goh Kheng Long and jazz vocalist Joanna Dong.

Sherman Zhuo - Vocalist

Budding singer-songwriter Sherman Zhuo first stole the spotlight when his 2017 cover of Ed Sheeran’s Dive went viral on YouTube with over 300,000 views. Known for his raw and soulful vocals, the self-taught musician was a semi-finalist in Mediacorp’s SPOP Sing! Competition and the winner of Stärker Music Jams 2019. On the path to a Mandopop trailblazing career, Sherman released his first original track, “以後” (After) on music streaming sites in 2019. This February, he made his Esplanade solo debut and enthralled the audiences with a string of acoustic originals and popular favorites.

Relyne - Vocalist

Fuelled by her passion for music, Relyne left a career in fashion designing to pursue a music career. Since 2013, the multitalented singer-singing coach has been composing tracks, writing lyrics and collaborating with local acts like singer-songwriter Marcus Lee. Her original track, written with co-collaborator Michael Kek, Hand in Hand (手牵手) was selected as the 2014 annual theme song for the National Environment Agency. Her powerful vocals and superb articulation are on full display in her duet with Acid in the 半影 (“Penumbra”) music video, a song they co-wrote and produced by (bassist) Clement Yang.

Wilson Huang - Vocalist

A regular at live gigs and private functions, aspiring singer-songwriter Wilson Huang is the archetypal music lover who turned his passion into a career. Blessed with vocal chops and adept in guitar and keyboard, Wilson uses song and lyric-writing as his creative means of expression. Following the release of his two singles, “祝你幸福” (Wish You Happiness) and “Secret Love”, on various music streaming platforms in 2019, Wilson is on a roll. Fans will be seeing a lot of this talented act in the Mandopop music scene.

Teo Jia Rong - Drummer

A familiar face in Singapore’s music scene, Teo Jia Rong plays for popular acts including The Sam Willows, Dru Chen and Inch Chua. As a session drummer, he has worked with artistes like Kit Chan, A-do (阿杜) and Nathan Hartono.

Trained in classical percussion, Jia Rong cut his teeth on concerts with the Singapore National Youth Orchestra and the Sembawang Wind Orchestra in his teens.

But his versatility on the drums shines through his collaborations with young and veteran musicians in the jazz and pop genres. His recording credits include Inch Chua's album, Letters to Ubin, TAJ's The Astral Journey and Michaela Therese's My Name is Meekellah. At the 2016 Singapore Drum Fest, he shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the drumming world - Chris Coleman, Eric Moore and Dave Elitch. Jia Rong is currently touring with Wei Bird (韋禮安) for the Mandopop singer-songwriter’s “At Thirty” World Tour.

Clement Yang – Bassist

Clement Yang is no stranger to Singapore’s live music scene, having played gigs for bands like Ugly In The Morning, Rush Hour and Smells like Last Friday over his two-decade plus years in the industry. The seasoned and multifaceted musician has shared the stage with Mandopop stars like TFBoys, Kit Chan, David Tao and Jaycee Chan. A self-taught musician, Clement is an accomplished music producer and was a mentor for the National Arts Council’s NOISE programme. Notable projects include original soundtrack for movies 881, 12 Lotus and The Provision Shop, and rock musical "Liao Zhai Rocks!"

Simon Lai - Guitarist

What started as a reprieve from a tough childhood became an obsessive drive for Simon Lai when he picked up the guitar at the age of 16. Honing his craft over the years, Simon co-founded the popular rock band Cynation and INK and became a member of the Mandopop band AL4HA. A seasoned guitarist accustomed to live shows, Simon displays his versatility with different genres, from progressive rock and pop to funk and jazz. His sounds and techniques are inspired by guitar legends Paul Gilbert, Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. In recent years, Simon has played for JJ Lin, By2 and Ah Du and released three singles with AL4HA.

Feng Lee - Guitarist

As a session guitarist, Feng Lee has shared the stage with Nathan Hartono, The Sam Willows, Charlie Lim and Liang Wern Fook. As a producer and composer, he arranges, composes, produces and records songs for clients like Mediacorp, SPH’s Chinese radio station 96.3好FM and UnionPay International.

A Berklee College of Music alumnus, Feng’s rigorous musical training made him a versatile composer and guitarist who is adept in various styles - from pop, rock and R&B to jazz, and electronic music. At his prestigious alma mater in Boston, USA, he was handpicked by ex-American Idol judge and Grammy nominated songwriter, Kara DioGuardi to be one of the selected few music producers in her course, “Hitmaking.” He had the rare opportunity to co-write with one half of the legendary duo, John Oates (Hall & Oates) and collaborated with Chicago’s Got Talent winner, Gabriela Francesca and American Idol semi-finalist Brett Loewenstern. Post Berklee, Feng returned to Singapore and dived into the local music scene. Whether he’s directing live shows, producing commercial projects or playing gigs, he seeks to leave his mark.

Jonah Heng - Keyboardist

Though Jonah picked up the classical piano from a young age, it was only until he was exposed to other genres on the musical spectrum that he ignited his passion for the craft. From funky pop tunes to popular Mandopop tracks, he expresses his feelings through each resounding note he plays and his experience shows as he keeps up with the intensity each song poses.

His cumulative efforts helped paved the way for his career as a resident keyboardist at many renowned establishments such as The Chevrons, Serangoon Gardens Country Club and many more.

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