Who is Sam Hui Koon-kit? According to him and the local press, he is the 'God of Song', and now audiences have a chance to define him for themselves. Hui, (above) who has been out of the public eye for 12 years, is in the middle of a 10-concert comeback, much to the delight of his fans young and old. People are so caught up in the event they are trying to record his performance themselves - there will be no official recording. At least 60 unauthorised recorders were seized in the first 15 minutes of Saturday night's concert. For those not in the know, Hui's forte is not pop love ballads or hip hop, but the happy, cheerful songs that made him famous in the 1960s. He likes to sing songs for the weary labourer, the forgotten worker and the invisible people whose anonymous toil keeps the city working. His songs invoke the Hong Kong spirit, and encouraged people when times were tough in the 1970s and 1980s. During concerts, Hui transforms himself into icons Bruce Lee, Elvis Presley, and a character from ancient China. Vivian Chow Wai-man is scheduled to be a guest performer. Apparently he wooed her with a single white rose every day for three months to get her to perform.