Roman and the Four Steps

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Roman and the Four Steps
Chinese name 羅文四步合唱團 (traditional)
Chinese name 罗文四步合唱团 (simplified)
Pinyin luó wén sǐ bú hé chāng tuán (Mandarin)
Jyutping lo4 man4 sei3 bou6 hap6 coeng3 tyun4 (Cantonese)
Origin Hong Kong
Genre(s) Hong Kong English pop
Years active 1967 – present
Roman Tam (Lead singer)
George Fung (Guitar)
Danny So (Keyboard)
Willy Han (Bass)
Tung (drums)

Roman and the Four Steps was a popular band in Hong Kong in the 1960s.


The band was noteworthy for singing in English and often singing British and American songs.[1] Roman Tam would eventually leave the band and enter the cantopop genre solo where he would eventually be labelled the "Godfather of Cantopop" after his death.

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  1. ^ Shoesmith, Brian. Rossiter, Ned. [2004] (2004). Refashioning Pop Music in Asia: Cosmopolitan flows, political tempos and aesthetic Industries. Routeledge Publishing. ISBN 0-7007-1401-4