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2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian concert tour
Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Nanjing
2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Xi'an
2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Shanghai
2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Beijing
2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Dalan
2012 Blue Bone Cui Jian Tour concert in Shenzhen
October 1, 2012, Cui Jian and the band was invited to participate in the 2012 Changjiang Strawberry Music Festival.Zhenjiang city was shocked by Cui Jian and ten thousands rock fans! It is the third time for Cui Jian’s performance in this historic and cultural city. In order to make up for the last regret of the interrupt of the rain-soaked show, Cui Jian deliberately performed long version of Balls under the red flag, the night of the times, fake monk, the lost season, blue bone, flying, tolerate and many other classic music.
Cui Jian joined 2012 Beijing Midi Music Festival
On January 19, 2012, Cui Jian and the band accepted the invitation of Shandong TV, recording for Legend of songs. The fans are very excited, and the scene is almost out of control.
On January 1, 2012, Cui Jian and the band were invited to participate in "Dragon TV New Year's Eve concert" and performed "Greenhouse girl" and "Nothing to my name" two classic tracks for viewers.
On December 23, 2011, "the 7th Shenzhen Beach Music Festival held" at the Dameisha Promenade,Shenzhen. Cui Jian carefully selected his most welcomed repertoire since the 1980s, including "A Piece of Red Cloth", "Get over that day”, “Nothing to my name" , "" Blue bone ","Balls under the Red Flag " and "Fake monk ". In addition, Cui Jian particularly presented "Wild on the snow" to local fans. With snowflakes swirling in the air, performance created a different kind of winter dinner for audience.
On November 19, 2011, Cui Jian Live Concert of 2011 held in Chongqing People's Auditorium. Cui Jian started the concert by Night of the Times, and then he sang more than 20 songs like "the Last Complaint", "Balls under the Red Flag”, “Greenhouse Girl” and "Buffer". At the end of concert, 10 Chongqing girls were invited onto the stage and performed "Get over that day” with Cui Jian, which pushed the atmosphere to climax. After the concert, the audience was reluctant to leave, shouting "nothing to my name". Cui finally returned to the stage, performing the audience waiting song "Nothing to my name".
On November 1, 2011, Cui Jian and the band sang at the "Macao International Music Festival" which had attracted hot pursuit of fans. Cui Jian said that the footprint of the band had gone through majority of the motherland, with the exception of Macao, a small town which he had long awaited. At the scene, the passion of rock, accompanied by sound of winds and waves, impressed many fans who had left an unforgettable memory.
On the evening of September 12, 2011, Cui Jian and the band took part in the World Urban Music Festival held at Chaoyang Park in Beijing.
July 30, 2011, Cui Jian and the band took part in "WHITE DOLPHIN MUSIC FESTIVAL"in Xiamen city.
After an absence of 19 years, Cui Jian finally held his second concert entitled "Night of the Times 2011 - Cui Jian Concert "in July 23, 2011 in Jinan city. Cui Jian's voice was still sonorous and forceful for the local audiences, and he played nearly 20 songs in 2 hours like "Wild on the snow", "Balls under the red flag", "Blue bone", "A piece of red cloth", "Rolling egg", etc. Halfway through the concert, Cui Jian invited more than 10 female fans dancing, which made the atmosphere of the concert approach climax. Subsequently, "Nothing to my name", the song made fans crazy in 19 years ago, performed by Cui Jian which pushed the atmosphere reach climax and more than 6,000 audiences singing with arm waving. The concert was ended with "Rock and roll on the New Long March", but Cui Jian got 3 times encore, he played "Greenhouse girl", "Like a knife" and "the city of springs" was again ignited by the passion of rock.
Cui Jian and the Beijing Symphony Orchestra conductor Tan Lihua attend a press conference at the Beijing Workers' Gymnasium on November 4, 2010. Media coverage
December 18, 2010, Cui Jian and the band were invited to perform at Shenzhen Concert Hall. The evening concert in Shenzhen is a large gathering of Cui Jian’s fans. They followed with Cui Jian, sang those old songs. Thousands of audiences were singing in chorus and identified with the atmosphere on stage which showed lots of touching moments in the concert. It is understood that for the concert in Shenzhen, Cui Jian has brought the most sophisticated production team, sound, lighting or video effects, all emerged as the highest-quality in domestic and melt into with his original music which made music powerful and expressive.
Written and directly by Cui Jian, Blue Bone is shooting in Beijing now and Chris Doyle worked as photographer in the film. December 1, the media was invited to visit the set of the film for the first time. Doyle use endless rock to describe this movie and Cui Jian is also full of confidence on this film. Blue Bone, based on Cui Jian’s song Lost Season for the spiritual thread, tells three love stories of two generations through the Cultural Revolution period and modern times. According to Cui Jian’s presentation, the film is his masterpiece to dedicate to youth and love. With Cui Jian’s same name song Blue Bone throughout the film, the film Blue Bone is divided into three chapters. Here is Media Video.
September 3 and 4, 2010, a two-day Qipanshan Rock Festival ended. In the past two days, 14 domestic top rock band including Cui Jian, Zheng Jun, Zhang Chu and Yip Sai Wing, gathered in Shenyang Qipanshan and brought a feast of rock and roll to local fans. Cui Jian and the band appeared at the grand finale and performed 7 songs including "Blue Bone". With the fans cheering, Cui Jian performed his classical masterpiece “Nothing to My Name” as encore. At the moment the whole audience left seat, cried and swayed to his music.
June 8, 2010, Cui Jian attended the opening ceremony of Holisland Rock Festival, which was held in Suzhou city. During his performance on July 18 evening, Cui Jian has brought fans a whole new audio-visual experience! Although it began to rain heavily on that day, everyone joined in the chorus of each song with Cui Jian.
June 5, 2010, Cui Jian and the band performed in a “Green” Low-carbon Concert held in Shanghai World Expo Park. As an ambassador for the annual Earth Hour campaign of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Cui Jian requested the lights be turned off many times while he performed. On the stage with the absence of lights, Cui Jian led the audience to sing in a loud. On the concert, Cui Jian performed many his classic songs like “Balls under the Red Flag”, “Get over that day”, “Blue Bone” and “Start Again”.
December 24, 2009. 19:30. Cui Jian Beijing Concert, Beijing Exhibition Center.
In the evening of December 24, 2009, the last concert of Cui Jian “Rock’n’Roll on the New Long March V21” Tour 2009 held in Beijing Exhibition Center. As always, Cui Jian’s songs like “Balls under the Red Flag”,”Fake Monk” and “The Opportunist” and other classic songs created a climax at the scene. The entire audiences were totally crazy during the whole concert. 20 years later, Cui Jian returned to Beijing Exhibition Center once again. Comparing with 20 years ago, the white hat sewed with a red five-pointed star, the band and “Nothing to My Name”, nothing had changed. As long as he picks up the guitar, Cui Jian would give us tremendous passion.
Cui Jian attended a press conference for “Rock and Roll on the New Long March V21” Beijing Concert on November 18, 2009 in Beijing. The concert will be held on December 24, 2009. Singer Ai Jing and Cheng Lin appeared in the conference and presented a gift for Cui Jian. 20 years later, Cui Jian’s once again returned to the stage of Beijing Exhibition Center. Cui Jian said frankly that his rock&roll spirit has not changed, once he find the release point, such spirit would be completely broke out.
In the evening of December 4, 2009, Cui Jian “Rock’n’Roll on the New Long March V21” Tour 2009 came to Taipei. This is the last stop before the final stop, the upcoming Beijing Concert on December 24, on his Tour Schedule. It is the first time for Cui Jian to hold such a mini-concert which held in “Legacy TAIPEI” Showcase Center in Taipei. During the almost 2 hours performance, Cui Jian represented many classic songs like “Nothing to My Name”, “Rock’n’Roll on the New Long March” and “Greenhouse Girl”. The concert ended with “Solve”. Taiwan media said it was “the Rock’n’Roll baptism of Cross-generation, Cross-Straits”. Many Taiwanese musicians like Harlem Yu (Yu Chengqing), Chang Chen-yue (Zhang Zhenyue), MC HotDog, Chen Qizhen, Zhang Xuan, Tarcy Su (Su Huilun), Chan Shan-ni, Yang Naiwen, Huang Dawei, Wang Zhiping, A-Xiang, etc. came to the scene. The well-known poet Lung Ying-tai also appeared in the audience. Zhang Huimei who was absent because of a performance also gave her respects to Cui Jian and conveyed regret.
October 24, 2009, "China's first rock and roll MIDI Award" dropped the curtain. At the prize presentation ceremony, a special "Chinese Rock Contribution Award" was awarded to Cui Jian in praise of him who has made an outstanding contribution to rock and roll scene in China. Cui Jian was not able to attend the ceremony because he was on his China Tour, 2009; however, Cui Jian recorded a VCR in particular to congratulate the prize presentation ceremony.
“Jeep · Person of the Year Festival”, which are organized by Off-road brand JEEP and Phoenix Net jointly held in the ancient city of Lijiang on the 16th of Oct., 2009. Cui Jian won Jeep Pioneer Award. Cui Jian said as winners we are successful, but we should encourage people who failed in exploration. So I believe that it is more significant of this award to encourage them.
Cui Jian and the band participated in Shanghai Jazz Festival on October 18, 2009. The Festival took place at Shanghai Century Park from October 17th to 18th; Jazz team from 13 different countries all over the world began the carnival.
Cui Jian attended 2009 Pusan International Film Festival; "Chengdu, I love you" is selected in GALA PRESENTATION.
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Cui Jian and the band was invited to partipate in "Review of China's 20 years of classic rock music - Yinchuan Concert",the evening of August 15,2009. This concert is another big event in the western China besides "Helan Mountain Rock Music Festival" which held in 2004.
July 26, 2009 Cui Jian and the band took part in the second Green Banner of Grassland Music Festival, held in Hohhot in Inner Mongolia. Besides watching the performance which has lasting for three days, audience can also experience the Mongolian cultural at the same time.
July 5, 2009 as the invited guest performer of Shanghai “Pepsi Qunyin” activity, Cui Jian and the band performed Cui Jian’s first rap work “It’s not that I Don’t Understand”. Cui Jian shows his in favor of no-out, non-draft model and believes that the approach of “selecting songs rather than player” can ensure the selection of good music without judging it from the performer’s appearance or the errors in live performance.
May 1st, 2009, Cui Jian and the band participated in "MiDi Music Festival 2009"(Zhengjiang Station).
April 10, 2009,Cui Jian attended the ceremony of shooting starts on the film "Chengdu, I love you" which held in world's Art Museum of China Millennium Monument in Beijing.
Feb. 7 night, 2009, Cui Jian and the band were invited to perform at the activity 'A gathering of heroes' which was held by 'Mercedes-Benz' at Sanya city. The atmosphere reached climax when Cui Jian gave the finale performance to audience. After singing 'Get over that day', 'Greenhouse girl' and 'Here we got space', Cui Jian gave several encores and sang the 'Let me go wild in the snow' for the excited audience.
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