Sarawakian singer Jessie Chung is set to have her first full-length concert in Australia this coming October.
The transgender singer who is also a naturopath and medical writer announced the news during the media celebration of her album “Be Strong” reaching platinum, on 18 May 2017 at Natural Health Farm.
After signing a five-year deal with Future Entertainment & Music Group Australia last year, Jessie has decided to focus and expand her music career in the country after receiving encouraging response from her Australian fans.
For now, there is still no exact date for her concert but she said that it will be held by end of October, a day before her second wedding in Gold Coast, Australia.
Jessie recently registered her marriage in Australia after becoming a permanent resident there. She finally received a legal marriage certificate after more than a decade since her marriage in Malaysia.
Her wedding ceremony was previously announced to be in September, but Jessie has confirmed that it has been rescheduled to October, and to be held a day after her inaugural concert in Australia.
Jessie has so far released a total of nine albums; seven Chinese and two English.
“Be Strong” which is her second English album has sold over 15 thousand physical copies in Malaysia alone, and had debuted atop of Taiwan’s most authoritative album sales chart, Five Music’s International Chart.