Chang Yu-sheng


Chang Yu-sheng Famous memorial

Magong, Penghu County, Taiwan
Death 12 Nov 1997 (aged 31)
Taipei City, Taiwan
Burial Taichung City, Taichung City, Taiwan
Plot Chang Yu-sheng Garden
Memorial ID 226860579 View Source

Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer. Also known as Tom Chang, he was often referred to as "The Music Magician." He was best known for his ability to reach high vocal notes. Born in Magong, Penghu, Taiwan, he was the eldest child of 4 siblings. At the age of nine, he and his family moved to Taichung, Fengyuan District, and he attended Ruisui Elementary School. He would go on to attend the National Chengchi University. In 1987, he became a member and vocalist of the rock band Metal Kids. In 1988, he gained popularity for his song "My Future Is Not a Dream." In that same year, he released his first album "Always Missing You." In 1989, he released his second album "Miss Me," which he was nominated "The Best New Artist" in the 1st Golden Melody Awards. In 1995, his work focus shifted from a singer to a producer, where he would be a vocal tutor and supervisor to singer A-Mei. They would later sing a duet titled "Love Most Hurt Most," which then appeared in his album "Red Passion." On October 20, 1997, he was severely injured in a car accident caused by fatigue driving. He fell into a coma, dying 23 days later.

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  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Chang Yu-sheng (7 Jun 1966–12 Nov 1997), Find a Grave Memorial ID 226860579, citing Dadu Mountain Cemetery, Taichung City, Taichung City, Taiwan ; Maintained by Find a Grave .