MTV Sessions: Ming Bridges (with Opening Band EMPTY from Hong Kong)

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MTV Session is back! This time around, it features Singapore-based singer-songwriter Ming Bridges.

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Ming Bridges

MTV Sessions with Ming Bridges is happening on 26 September 2013 at the Waterfront Studio of Resorts World Sentosa.

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Also, something new, there will be an opening band for this edition of MTV Sessions by EMPTY, one of the winners from Hennessy Artistry’s “2012 Pursue Your Dream of Music On-line Audition”. This year’s competition will kick off on 30 August 2013 and you can find out more at https://www.facebook.com/hennessyhongkong.

The special performance by Bridges is presented by Hennessy Artistry and Resorts World Sentosa.

MTV Sessions with Ming Bridges premieres on MTV SEA on 12 October 2013 (Saturday) at 12pm (WIB), 1pm (SG/HK/PH) and 2pm (MAL) with additional content available online at www.mtvasia.com/mtvsessions.

Passes to this exclusive live recording are up for grabs via contests on MTV’s website and Resorts World Sentosa’s Facebook page.

From now till 20 September 2013, passionate music fans who wish to catch Ming Bridges’ live performance for MTV Sessions can participate in the online contest at www.mtvasia.com/mtvsessions to win passes tickets to the music showcase on 26 September 2013. Passes will also be given away via the Resorts World Sentosa’s Facebook page.

MTV Sessions is recorded live in front of a 200-strong studio audience. It is a series of music shows that allow music lovers the rare opportunity to watch the latest and upcoming international and regional artists showcase their craft live in an intimate setting. Besides performing their own songs, the artists also get to perform covers and remixes of their favourite songs produced exclusively for MTV. Fans get to learn more about the work and life of these artists who will share their music and personal stories in MTV Sessions which follows a casual and revealing style.

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