Show Luo is a Taiwanese entertainer to the max, a renowned dancer, singer, designer, model
and actor. Luo is a renowned figure in native country and beyond and will soon be performing at venues around the world. His
Mandopop music and hip-hop beats have earned him recognition all across the globe. Luo has performed with a number of groups
as well as solo, and his music has crossed genre lines, making him a hit in the pop world and in other musical genres.
the multi-talented singer and performer is on tour, promoting his latest album Lion Roar and performing some of his classic
hits. His pop-infused music has made him the king of the Taiwanese music scene, and there doesn't seem to be an end this superstar's
amazing career. Fans are already clamoring for tickets and filling concert venues to capacity.
Luo was born Alan Luo Zhi-Xiang and always enjoyed music. He knew he had a talent for singing, and when he was just a teenager
he entered a Taiwanese television singing competition, taking home the first prize. He became an instant celebrity when he
was still struggling with adolescent issues. This time was both exhilarating and difficult for the young star. He was called
Xiao Zhu, which means "Little Pig" in Chinese, because he was overweight. But, the star overcame this difficult time and has
become one of the most famous Taiwanese performers of all time.
And Luo isn't just a great singer and television host.
He is also one of Taiwan's best dancers. He was actually named "Asia's Dance King" because of his skills on the dance floor
and his on-stage performances. And if you'd like to look like the Asian mega star, then you can buy a piece from his clothing
line, STAGE, which has been on the market since 2006.
About the Artist
Show Luo was born to a musical
Taiwanese family who encouraged him to explore the depths of his music talents from a young age. In 1995, when he was in still
just a high school student, Luo joined the televised music competition show You Are Four Heavenly Kings, winning the top prize.
After taking home the first place prize, he helped to create a boy band with three other contestants from the show. But, the
band was short-lived. The other boys were forced to quit when to fulfill compulsory military service. But Show didn't give
up. He formed a new group called ROMEO with another well-known artist named Ou Di. While the group saw marked success, this
group also disbanded because of obligatory military service.
Finding it difficult to keep a band together, Luo soon
moved on to hosting. He became the MC for several variety shows and was named the "Triple Crown" for hosting the three most
popular shows in Taiwan. When the shows were cancelled, Luo signed with Taiwanese record label Avex Taiwan and began to work
on his solo music career. In 2003, he released his first album, Show Time, which was critically-acclaimed and sold more than
80,000 copies. By 2007, the artist had released five albums and was touring all over Asia. He even represented Taiwan in the
6th Asia Song Festival at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in South Korea.
Since then, Luo has sold hundreds of thousands
of copies of his 10 albums, and he doesn't seem to be slowing down. Along with performing in Asia and Australia, the singer,
dancer and actor is currently touring the world with his latest album, Lion Roar, and giving his fans what they really want—to
see him perform live!
Many bands and artists find it difficult to break into
the music business. They struggle for years, touring relentlessly and hoping to catch the eye of a music producer or executive.
But, for Show Luo, the journey was much different. He was a superstar before he was an adult. His breakthrough performance
happened when he was still an overweight teenager, hoping to win a televised singing competition. But, when Luo took the stage,
he won Taiwan's heart. And because of his immense talent and showmanship, record labels were happy to sign him. But that doesn't
mean the singer hasn't worked hard for his superstar status. He's put in countless hours in the studio and on tour, writing,
recording and performing his music.
These days, the Asian singing sensation is sporting
a unique look. Because his new album is entitled, Lion Roar, he wanted to embody the animal magnetism that is represented
in his latest music. His hair has been bleached blonde and coiffed in way that resembles a mane—if it was combed neatly
and hair-sprayed. But his new look is just part of the showmanship that you can expect when you come out to a concert featuring
Show Luo. With sultry pop music, beautiful dancers and choreographed on-stage performances, there's never a dull moment when
you see this artist in person.