Fri. 29th & Sat. 30th June 2018
Samantha De Lune
Fri. 6th & Sat. 7th July 2018
Fri. 13th & Sat. 14th July 2018
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Fri. 20th & Sat. 21st July 2018
Fri. 27th & Sat. 28th July 2018
Sino | The Bar Upstairs
Australian singer songwriter Gabriel Lynch is no stranger to the road. He has spent much of his adult life travelling and wowing audiences across Asia, Europe and his own home turf with his breathtaking live performances. With his powerful command of the stage, he can incite a pin-drop silence as quickly and effortlessly as he can instigate a soaring, cathartic singalong.
Commenting on his humble but extremely loyal following, Australia’s BMA Mag noted that Lynch “… is the best male Aussie vocalist you’ve never heard”. Upon hearing one of his earliest releases, Clem Bastow of Inpress Magazine anticipated that “a million sales await”.
He has shared festival lineups with the likes of Elbow, John Butler Trio, The Whitlams and Architecture in Helsinki and is as familiar playing to small coffee house audiences as he is crowded outdoor amphitheaters.
Lynch now resides in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In between tours and expanding upon his already extensive catalog of studio releases, he composes music professionally for radio, film and television on behalf of Maveriq Studios.
Lynch wrote lyrics and performed two songs from the soundtrack of the forthcoming Thai blockbuster, From Bangkok to Mandalay. A snippet of the song, ‘Turned Around’ can be heard in the official Thai movie trailer here: https://youtu.be/f-h8A47d-j0
Gabriel Lynch released his newest song, ‘Language of the Affair’ featuring Thailand’s Jennifer Lackgren (Jenny and the Scallywags) on September 29th, 2016. You can see the accompanying music video here: https://youtu.be/ZOZxz2i8Kjw
His song, ‘Manila’ was a finalist in the Adult Alternative category of the 2016 American Songwriting Awards.
Whether he is accompanied by a band, a classical chamber ensemble or armed only with his trusty acoustic guitar, Gabriel Lynch never fails to captivate and inspire. His craftsmanship as a songwriter and his versatility as a performer make him one of Australia’s proudest indie music exports.
Dress code applies: No Shorts & Slippers.
Showtime 10pm. Table bookings for diners only.
Minimum age 10 & above.
Music charge: RM10++/pax
For more information, please call 03 4260-2288
or log on to www.alexis.com.my
Alexis Bistro Ampang
Great Eastern Mall303 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur