Luo Qi

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Luo Qi (罗琦; born 6 June 1975 in Nanchang) is a female Chinese rock singer.[1] She was singer with the first lineup of Zhinanzhen (Compass), but then went solo.[2] In 1998 she left China for Berlin for six years where she also married her husband, Jan who played a part in helping her kick her drug addiction.[3] In 2004, recalling her own struggles as a teen with drugs, she came forward as an anti drug spokesperson.[4]

Career[edit]

  • debut and start singing when she was 13.
  • 1991, Luo Qi was fascinated by "rock and roll" by listening to Bon Jovi's music. Then became the lead vocal of 指南针乐队(Compass).
  • 1993, Luo Qi conflicted with others in her friend's birthday party, the one pierced her left eye with a beer bottle.[5] At the same year,her band published their first album-选择坚强.
  • 1994, Luo Qi became a solo singer.
  • 1995, Luo Qi became host in a Chinese program of ChannelV. And the same time, she started taking drugs.
  • 1996, first solo album-快乐机器(Happy Machine).[6]
  • 1998, Her entertainment helped her make a record of 3 singles: 新天,让我自己来,昨夜有梦. Went to Germany after her drug treatment.[7]
  • 2004, Luo Qi went back to China with her husband. Publish a single named 永恒的一天 in the end of May.
  • 2011, establish a band named 冷空气乐队(Cold Air).

Albums[edit]

Name Publish Time Language
把你唱醉 1994 Mandarin
快乐机器 1996 Mandarin

Concert[edit]

Time Holding Name Holding Times
2006-06-06 今天是我生日 1
2009-10-31 “梁祝之夜把爱唱响”中国摇滚情歌演唱会 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ 洛兵 我的音乐江山 - 2006 "请允许我引用这么一段介绍文字:指南针乐队成立于 1990 年,原名为"黑马乐队"。 1991 年,这支乐手全部为四川籍的乐队由成都来到北京发展。成员为主唱罗畸、吉他手周迪、键盘手郭亮、鼓手郑朝阵和萨克斯手苑丁。进入北京摇滚田后,罗持以一曲《我是 ...
  2. ^ Marie Claire Huot -China's New Cultural Scene: A Handbook of Changes 2000- Page 178 "Luo Qi's voice, a cry from the gutter and the guts, is perhaps the most powerful rock voice in China. Unfortunately, she is ill-served by her mediocre band, Zhinanzhen (Compass), and recordings of rather poor quality."
  3. ^ “中国摇滚第一女声”罗琦:爱,帮我找回自己 2007
  4. ^ Xinhuanet 2004 interview
  5. ^ China News
  6. ^ rebirth of queen of Rock in China-Sina
  7. ^ [1]