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Songs And Music At Take A Break Lounge, Ipoh

SONGS OF THE 60S, 70S, 80S...

When I heard that there is a live band at Take A Break lounge only on Friday evenings, I was all for it!  Come Friday, I called up the lounge just to confirm whether it is on and the time it opens on that evening.  I think we ended calling up three times, my sister and I... LOL... so much so when we sat down, the owner asked us whether one of us is called Claire... LOL...

From what I know, this lounge is opened from 12pm till 5.30pm on normal days.  The food served are kind of special, especially the Ona Laksa.  There is none sold outside like the way they serve here.  Unfortunately I forgot to take a photo of that, three of us were engrossed in our food and drinks plus the lovely ambience with our favorite songs sung by a really-good singer called Andrew.  Now that I know that there is nice songs sung on Fridays, I do not mind going whenever each Friday comes!  LOL..
Introducing Andrew, the singer... 
And also owner of the lounge Take A Break... 
He sings mostly in English...
If you love Bee Gees, you will love him too!
LOL.. 
This is Carman who croons the Cantonese, Mandarin and even Japanese songs!
At times, they duet.... 
Recommended drink... Root Beer with ice cream.. .
And we introduced ourselves as the Three Sisters...
And we were called Three Degrees for some moments.... LOL... 
After 11pm, they open mic to the public.... 
Alas, no, we the Three Degrees did not sing... 
We did not want to chase away the crowd.... 
We just sit back, relax and have a good time!


Comments

  1. Now you make me miss my Friday night. Haha. Those were the days. Clubbing, dancing and karaokeing. Alas, now my days are with kids at home, screaming and scolding. Haha.

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  2. Remember to take me there one Friday evening! Lol!

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  3. I am sure you all will not chase away the crowd when you 3 sing.

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  4. I will name you girls the three flowers lol, me and buddy may be going to a live band performance soon too, i love the bee gees

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  5. WHAT????? You did not sing???? Aiyor!!!! You must be getting old - I remember a time when you would sing your heart out all night long, hard for others to get the chance at the mike. LOL!!!

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