Yang Pei-An

Singer-songwriter, Musical Artist

1971 –


Who is Yang Pei-An?

Yang Pei-An, also known as Roger Yang, is a Taiwanese rock singer known for breaking out as an "undiscovered" talent at the age of 35 in the Taiwanese music industry with the hit song, "I Believe" that established his powerhouse, octave-jumping vocal skills, leading him to be dubbed as the "Iron Lung Prince" by the Taiwanese media and the "Treble God" by his fans. He's also been praised as "Music's 101", referencing how his high notes pierce the sky like the Taipei 101, while his singing is often compared to the late Chang Yu-Sheng due to his penchant for singing Chang's songs and their similar ability to sing high notes effortlessly and clearly without using falsetto. Yang's songs are often used in commercials or by contestants like Jing Chang in singing competitions due to their level of difficulty.

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Jun 5, 1971
Also known as
  • 楊培安
  • Yang Pei An
  • Yang, Pei An

on July 23, 2013


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