This video came to my attention through Twitter via a friend (@LaiSan_C (sorry, locked profile!)).
Apparently, this older guy got so into the music by this local Singapore band that he jumped up in front of the stage and started dancing. The short of it is that none of this was organized or choreographed and just goes to show that being cool and having a good time doesn’t have an age restriction!
Here’s the information excerpt from the YouTube page:
That’s the spirit! A senior audience got up and jumped in front of KKJ’s stage at the Esplanade and started dancing to their original composition ‘Lemonade’. The choreography and the dancing was all improvised as he grooved to the song, to much cheers from the crowd of more than 500.
King Kong Jane was named “Best English Local Act” by The Sunday Times in 2008. In the same year, KKJ was crowned the Champion of Power Jam, one of Singapore’s biggest band competitions. In 2007, the band was chosen to perform for Baybeats, the largest indie music festival in Southeast Asia.
KKJ is: Jianping (drums), Renquan (bass), Colin (vocals), Ian (guitar) & Ruishen (guitar). For more information, email the band at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow them at
And here’s the video itself!