已离开歌坛多年的陈淑桦，歌曲显然还在歌迷心中，占有非常重要的位置。在第一阶段的投选，她在“热门八十”、“辉煌九十”、“情歌对唱”和 “台湾民谣” 四个组别中，有 17 首歌曲入围！从新谣到流行，巫启贤的歌曲则跨越多个主题，成为“入围最多主题的歌手”，究竟还会多少歌曲入围第二阶段的投选让人期待！
Relive the Chart Show Fever with the greatest hits from the 80s and 90s!
96.3 FM’s Good Chart revives the chart show voting craze, by featuring the best hits from the 80s and 90s. A total of 1848 songs were nominated by 7605 listeners during the nomination stage! The first voting phase took place from 18-30 August and garnered an overwhelming response of 220,000 votes! Here on, the top 30 songs from each category that emerged from the first round of voting will face another round of voting, and the top 10 songs will be crowned.
Most Songs Nominated: Liang Wern Fook, Sarah Chen, Eric Moo, Dave Wong and Stella Chang
Although Sarah Chen has left the music scene for years, the chart results show that her songs continue to resonate in the hearts of fans. In the first stage, 17 of her songs were nominated in four categories, namely “Hot 80s”, “Glorious 90s”, “Love Duets”, and “Taiwan Folk Songs”. Eric Moo’s songs have spanned across multiple categories, making him the singer with the most songs nominated among themes. How many of his songs will make it to the next stage?
Talented local singer-songwriter Liang Wern Fook performed very well in the “Xinyao Songs” category. Although all of Liang’s songs were only shortlisted under that one category, 25 out of the 100 nominated songs in the preliminary voting round are his works, making him the artiste with the most nominated songs. These works include the popular hits Xi Shui Chang Liu (细水长流) and Ma Que Xian Zhu Zhi (麻雀衔竹枝) which received a lot of support from listeners.
Icons of 80s and 90s Chinese music, Dave Wong and Stella Chang, also have many great works that received large numbers of nominations. Others with good results in the chart include Tsai Chin, and Jonathan Lee, who will hold his concert in Singapore soon.
The Eternal Prince Charming Liu Wen-cheng, Overwhelming Fan Support
Prince charming Liu Wen-cheng remains as popular as ever, with an average number 4000 votes for each of his nominated songs. Evidently, in the two weeks of voting, his fans continue to show their support daily.
Local “Ah Jies” Battle it Out, Fann Wong Surpasses Zoe Tay
Local “Ah Jies” Zoe Tay and Fann Wong each had a shortlisted song in the “Love Duets” category. It’s a pity that Tay’s duet with Jonathan Lee, Dang Ai Ca Sheng Er Guo (当爱擦身而过) and Wong’s duet with Jeff Chang Bie Rang Qing Liang Nan (别让情两难) eventually did not make it to the Top 30. However, Wong’s other songs made it to the Top 30 in the “Local Hits” category.
The Good Chart is categorised into eight themes, namely: “Love Duets”, “Taiwanese Folk Music”, “Local Hits”, “Hot 80s”, “All-Time Classics”, “Best Bands”, “Xinyao Songs”, “Glorious 90s”.
From now on, fans can start voting every Saturday from 12am to decide the top 10 songs from each theme. Voting ends at 12 noon every Thursday. The first Theme is “Love Duets”.
Lyricist Xiaohan to Co-host with 96.3 Hao FM DJ Li Yi
The highlight of the Good Chart is that special guests will host each week’s chart show and reveal the top 10 hits from the week’s theme together with the Hao FM DJs. Expect an interesting guest lineup, with local lyricist Xiaohan as the first co-host for this weekly chart.
On 6 September, at 6pm, the first charts results for category “Love Duets” will be announced together by 96.3 Hao FM DJ Li Yi and local lyricist Xiaohan!
Li Yi said: “I have interviewed Xiaohan before, but this will be the first time hosting a show together. I’m very excited to see what kind of chemistry we will have on air!”
96.3 Hao FM’s Good Chart results show starts from 6 September onwards, on every Friday at 6pm for 8 weeks. The programme will be replayed on Sundays at 12 noon.
Listeners can log on to 963haofm.sg daily to vote for their favourite songs and stand to win up to $8000 worth of prizes. The chart themes are updated on a weekly basis.
Join 96.3 Hao FM DJs for the Good Chart’s Karaoke event at Gain City Megastore @ Sungei Kadut on 8 September, from 6-8pm.
For more information on the Good Chart, please visit https://www.963haofm.sg/good-chart.