Apart from returning to Thuynga in Paris By Night 98 after almost three years residing in Asia, performing "Mơ Ánh Trăng Về", Nhu Quynh’s 10th album from Thuynga was released on September 1, 2010 and includes the songs "Duyên Phận" (PBN 99), "Nước Cuốn Hoa Trôi & Tình Nàng La Lan" (PBN Divas), and "Mơ Ánh Trăng Về" (PBN 98).
Her returning performance was in Asia 56 "Mua He Ruc Ro 2007: Yeu Doi Yeu Nguoi" and was entitled "Mua Buon", which is another new song written by Anh Bang especially for Nhu Quynh.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe then made her second appearance in Asia 57 "The Gioi Tinh Yeu", performing Lien Khuc Trinh Cong Son & Vu Thanh An with other singers, as well as performing a solo, "Khoc Me", a song written by Mac Thien, in Viet Nam. Nhu Quynh has since then appeared in subsequent CDs, Karaoke DVDs, and Asia Show DVDs, including "Tiec Thuong" (duet with Lam Nhat Tien in Asia 58 "La Thu Tu Chien Truong"), "Tham Mo Me" (composed by Anh Bang in Asia 59 "Mot Thoi De Nho"), and "Nhung Kiep Hoa Xuan" (in Asia 60 "Xuan Thanh Binh, Xuan Chinh Chien, Xuan Tha Huong").
After two years with Asia, Nhu Quynh returned to the production that was responsible for her fame today, Thúy Nga. After Asia 63, it had been revealed that she would not make an appearance on Asia 64. However, it was later announced that Nhu Quynh would be returning to Thúy Nga in Paris By Night 98. The show was taped in Las Vegas where Nhu Quynh performed "Mo Trang Anh Ve". It was highly debated and discussed on whether Nhu Quynh should reside with Asia or Thuy Nga. Upon her own decision, Nhu Quynh returned to Thúy Nga with great ease and is still regarded as our famous "Queen of Folk", like she never left the production in the first place.
In August 2007, after more than 10 years, Nhu Quynh returned to the production that made her the star she is today, Asia Entertainment.
More DetailsHide DetailsThis was a shock to many fans and viewers from across the globe. However, Nhu Quynh's support continued by many of her fans as well as gaining many more as well along the way.
In 2007, Nhu Quynh would make her final appearance in Thuy Nga Productions with performance titled, "Mua Tren Que Huong" in Paris By Night 89.
Shortly after her departure from Thuynga in mid-2006, Nhu Quynh gave birth to a baby girl in 2007, named Melody Dong Nghi.
More DetailsHide DetailsControversy had stirred as a result on whether Nhu Quynh was really pregnant or had even gotten married. Prior to giving birth to Melody, she didn't disclose her personal information. After giving birth, some pictures of her husband and daughter were released and she also informed the public about her marital status including her husband’s name, Nguyễn Thắng, an aviation engineer, working for U.S Federal Aviation Administration.
After leaving Asia Productions in 1996, Nhu Quynh signed a contract with music label, Thúy Nga in 1996.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe debuted in Thúy Nga's Paris By Night 38 with performance titled, "Hoa Tím Ngày Xưa". As the ten years progressed, Nhu Quynh made herself an icon of Vietnamese women as well as her title of being the "Queen of Folk". Such performances in Thuynga feature, "Vào Hạ", "Nỗi Buồn Châu Pha", Đêm Chôn Dầu Vượt Biển, "Chuyện Tình Buồn", "Nửa Vầng Trăng", "Chung Mộng" and "Em Đi Xem Hội Trăng Rằm". These titles are some of the most famous performances in the Vietnamese music industry and to this day are still remembered for its revelation and impact on Vietnamese music.
Nhu Quynh's contract with Asia Entertainment ended towards the end of the month of October, 1996 and after that she made her own music production with the name of N-Q Records.
More DetailsHide DetailsAfter a few successful releases from NQ Records such as "Mot Doi Tim Nhau" & "Em Van Hoai Yeu Anh", there were internal problems within the production. Nhu Quynh ended her recordings for NQ Records and started her new label Nhu Quynh Entertainment. At the same time she signed a contract with Thuy Nga to appear in Paris By Night videos. She made her first appearance on Paris By Night Video 38 in which she performed "Hoa Tim Ngay Xua" and "Toi Van Nho" a duet with The Son which was extremely successful. In performing on Thuy Nga videos she made popular songs like "Cho Nguoi", "Noi Buon Chau Pha", "Tieng Hat Chim Da Da", "Chuyen Di Ve Sang", "Nua Vang Trang", "To Tam", and many other songs. She continues to shine on stage today performing and recording for Thuy Nga. Currently she is in big demand for performing in concerts around the world.
In 1994, her parents met a fellow countryman with connections to Asia Productions.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer first appearance is on Asia Đêm Sàigòn 5 with the song "Nguoi Tinh Mua Dong" translated from Chinese to Vietnamese by Anh Bang directed by the songmaker Truc Ho. This music left an unforgettable image of a beautiful singer with a sweet voice.After her first appearance she came back with another song in Asia Đêm Sàigòn 6 with her song "Chuyen Hoa Sim" written by Anh Bang again. After listening to both songs, "Chuyen Hoa Sim" and "Nguoi Tinh Mua Dong", she proved to everyone that she is versatile.
During Nhu Quynh's early stages, she came out with three of her own albums which all are from the Asia Entertainment Productions. Her first album was Nhu Quynh 1: "Chuyen Hoa Sim" (The Story of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa), which was maybe one of the best sellers in Vietnamese Music industry. Her second album, Nhu Quynh 2: "Rung La Thay Chua", and "Chuyen Tình Hoa Trắng" (The Love Story From White Flowers) was her third solo album. After these three solo albums she was also in other Asia Entertainment various albums with 2 or 3 songs in each CD.
In the spring of 1993, Nhu Quynh's family immigrated to the United States and settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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