“Blowing in the Wind” in Vietnam

Proving that musicians leave long lasting loving legacies through their music, over 30,000 people gathered on 31st March at Phu My Hung Urban Area, Ho Chi Minh City, to celebrate the 12th Anniversary of the death of the late musician Trinh Cong Son; considered to be Vietnam’s own Bob Dylan, with his immortal songs about the love of people and the profound human values.

Three veteran divas Hong Nhung, My Linh, Thanh Lam and singers Duc Tuan, Ngoc Mai and the band of musician Vinh Tam came together to celebrate Trinh Cong Son’s life together with the crowd. And, their collective voices singing the song “Noi vong tay lon” (Open our arms wide in a great circle) got them into the record books for the largest number of people (30,000) singing together, as certified by the Vietnam Record Book Centre.

This musical night was organized by the late musician’s family in collaboration with Le Bros Company, a member of the Worldwide Partners network.

Phu My Hung Urban Area