程琳，中国流行音乐的开拓者，经过3三年潜心创作，在歌迷长久期待中，与三届格莱美制作人KC Porter, 即将推出最新专辑「比金更重」。她在前言写到：如果没有爱，世界不会存在，如果没有阳光，小树不会成长，如果没有音乐，灵魂不会得到滋养。她希望把这张专辑献给所有爱她支持她的人。
China’s first pop icon is returning to the Spotlight
Chinas most celebrated recording artist, vocalist and Erhu master Cheng Lin is returning to the spotlight with a long-awaited launch of a new album and live concert set in Beijing at the Poly Theater on November 20th 2011.
Having sold more than 25 million albums through her career Cheng Lin is no stranger to album releases. What’s unique with this launch is that it’s her first album release in 15 years and it marks both and ending and a new starting point of her career.
The album covers remixes of some of her biggest hits throughout her career as well as brand new material inspired by western and multicultural rhythms and melodies. The result is a unique music style, a blend of east meet west that are sure to touch the hearts and move the spirit of music lovers around the world.
Collaborations The album has been a long journey, produced by three time Grammy Award winner KC Porter who’s catalog of music and productions comprises collaborations with world famous artists such as Ricky Martin, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Carlo Santana, Beyonce, Laura Pausini and many more, it is a result from Cheng Lin’s collaborations with a large number of the worlds best studio musicians and international artists among them China’s super rocker: Cui Jian, American Poet, Spoken words artist, musician and film producer Malik Yusef and “The Jimi Hendrix of the violin” Lilly Hayden.
The Concert The concert will be Cheng Lin’s first solo concert in the Capital in 30 years and it will be an extraordinary and spiritual event bridging world cultures, the past to the present and the east to the west showcasing Cheng Lin’s vast music legacy. Joining her on stage will be KC Porter and the concert will feature a surprise joint performance with Chinese “father of rock” Cui Jian.
Visually the concert promises to be something far from ordinary with both the stage and some of Lin’s outfits designed by Chinese Fashion designer extraordinaire Guo Pei.