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Spotify, Twitter have treat lined up for music fans

Published October 15, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Spotify, Twitter have treat lined up for music fans

Oct 14. 2019
By The Nation

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Twitter and Spotify have partnered to provide music fans “with a totally immersive and interactive experience” at this year’s SpotifyOnStageBKK2019, which will be held on October 16 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre in Bang Na.

Part of a series of concerts in Southeast Asia, SpotifyOnStage connects some of the world’s most popular artists with music fans in a live concert. Thai superstar rapper F.Hero, American pop-rock band One Republic, and K-pop boy group Stray Kids have confirmed they will take to the stage at the concert, SpotifyThailand said in a press statement.

As part of the collaboration, Twitter launched a dedicated brand emoji that is activated with the hashtag #SpotifyOnStageBKK2019. “Tweeting with the hashtag will ensure fans are part of Thailand’s hottest music conversation of the year,” SpotifyThailand said.

For more information about tickets and performances, SpotifyThailand has invited fans to follow it on Twitter.

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Tuck into pad thai in egg wrap aboard AirAsia

Published October 14, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Tuck into pad thai in egg wrap aboard AirAsia

Oct 13. 2019
By The Nation

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Passengers aboard AirAsia will be served three new “Thai Street Food” dishes for the remainder of the year. Pad Thai with Egg Wrap, After You Bread with Salted Egg Custard and Dark Chocolate Custard, and Boba Thai Milk Tea are already being served on all flights.

Pad Thai with Egg Wrap has fragrant, flavourful noodles and plump shrimp wrapped in a soft omelette.

After You Bread with Salted Egg Custard and Dark Chocolate Custard features two different but complementary kinds of kaya custard – salted egg and chocolate – combined with soft, fluffy bread.

And AirAsia believes Boba Thai Milk Tea “is sure to be the talk of the town”.

“We want to do away with the perception that airline food is boring and unappealing,” says AirAsia Thailand head of in-flight services On-anong Methapipatkulsaid. “We believe our guests should have fun every time they travel with us and inflight meals are a big part of that, so we’ve put worked closely with famous chefs and restaurants to ensure a delicious experience every time.”

Market research has shown that AirAsia’s inflight menu helps encourage travel, with its earlier Milk Tea and Konjac Pearl drink becoming a sensation and its After You Pink Milk Bread becoming a top gift for travellers.

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Hallyu washes up on Thai shores

Published October 5, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Hallyu washes up on Thai shores

Oct 04. 2019
9 hot boys from Stray Kids greet their fans inside concert hall.

9 hot boys from Stray Kids greet their fans inside concert hall.
By Urisara Kowitdamrong
Special to The Nation

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KCON returned to Thailand last weekend, dazzling hallyu fans here by bringing several much-loved artists, including superstar K-pop outfit GOT7 and rising star X1 to the stage, plus a bigger K-Culture convention.

It even managed to surpass last year’s debut KCON, which set so high a standard, with the 2019 version living up to all expectations and more.

CJ ENM had BOY STORY, EVERGLOW, GOLDEN CHILD, GOT7, ITZY, Kim Jae Hwan, NATURE, ONEUS and THE BOYZ performing for fans on the first night of the two-day event and brought (G)I-DLE, AB6IX, ATEEZ, BVNDIT, Chung Ha, IZ*ONE, Stray Kids and VERIVERY to delight fans inside the concert hall on the second night. The biggest highlight of this year’s concert, rookie boy band X1, appeared both nights, a testament to just how popular the 11-member band has become since making its debut in late August.

Held on September 28 and 29 at Impact Arena and Impact Exhibition Centre, KCON attracted more than 45,000 visitors – young and old, Thai and foreign.

Two singers from  (G)I-DLE, Minnie and Choi Mi Yeon, got so close to members of the audience while briefly serving as emcees

Despite the huge numbers, the venue was big enough to accommodate everyone without feeling overcrowded. And organizers had obviously listened to the positive feedback from last year’s event, doubling the size of the convention for the 2019 edition.

Fans queued up for a chance to tour the convention zone even before its scheduled opening at 10am. And people kept filing into the zone throughout the day to explore the best of Korean pop culture or hallyu. K-Food and K-beauty vendors manned interesting booths. Many of them organized games and handed out such tempting prizes as concert tickets. Souvenirs and freebies were also aplenty.

But what visitors liked best about the convention were the opportunities to get up close to their favourite artists. For example, (G)I-DLE appeared on a small stage inside the convention, just a stone’s throw away from the band’s admirers. Members of this girl group arranged a bouquet of flowers then threw it randomly into the cheering crowds. Chung Ha was over on another stage for a frank talk with fans.

X1 members were inside the convention zone on Sunday afternoon too, drawing ear-splitting screams from their fans.

The fun inside the convention zone ran until 6pm on both days, after which some lucky fans could take part in Meet & Greet sessions and the red carpet.

The concerts started at 7.30pm sharp, with Nichkhun from 2PM serving as a special MC. To the surprise of concert goers, Nichkhun did not address the audience just from the stage. For one brief moment on Sunday, he appeared right next to one lucky girl to interview her and granted her wish to talk to her favourite star Park Woo Jin of AB6IX, who responded live from backstage with Natty, a former Thai contestant of South Korea’s “Idol School” serving as a co-emcee. Soon after, Minnie, who’s Thai and one of her Korean counterparts Cho Mi Yeon (Korean) from (G)I-DLE also got up real close with fans in pretty much the same way. Excitement ran high throughout the two-and-a-half-hour-long concert.

Another surprise for fans was that the concert featured some songs from the widely watched Korean series, “Hotel Del Luna”. Chung Ha crooned “At the End”, which she also sang for the series’ soundtrack while Choi Jong Ho from ATEEZ, Ju Yeon Ho from VERIVERY and Kim Woo Jin from Stray Kids covered “So Long”.

Chung Ha croons “At the End” from Hotel Del Luna series

On Sunday, screams rose to the max when X1 rolled out across the stage and there were loud cheers during the finale performed by hottest new girl group IZ*ONE. And to the delight of the audience, all stars came out on stage one more time to wave goodbye.

KCON 2019 will become a beautiful memory for those who love hallyu and fans are probably already counting down the days until the 2020 edition!

Kim Yohan, who has recently sustained ankle injuries, sits on a chair while performing alongside 10 other members of X1. The band gets overwhelming support

Boy Pisanu meets media with newly wed Swedish wife

Published September 30, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Boy Pisanu meets media with newly wed Swedish wife

Sep 29. 2019
By The Nation

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Thai actor Boy Pisanu Nimsakul and his newly wed wife Amanda Persson, who is also involved with the entertainment industry, held a press conference on Saturday at Spectrum Lounge & Bar, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bangkok.

They got married at Lund’s Domkyrka cathedral in Sweden on June 1. After the press conference, the couple hosted a party later in the evening.

Two in a row for Ruel

Published September 26, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Two in a row for Ruel

Sep 26. 2019
By The Nation

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Ruel, the talented young singer and songwriter from Australia, is returning to Thailand for the second time this year on December 7, having chosen Bangkok as the only Asian stop on the “Ruel: Free Time World Tour”.

Ruel started his music career with the single “Golden Years” in 2017. After releasing multiple successful singles including “Don’t Tell Me”, “Younger”, “Not Thinkin’ Bout You”, “Painkiller” and “Dazed & Confused”, the youngster rose to global fame. His music has been streamed over 300 million times and in 2018, he became the youngest artist to win Breakout Artist at the ARIA Music Awards.

His first world tour “Ready Tour 2019” received a warm response from fans around the world with tickets selling out in many countries. His second world tour is scheduled to take in Australia, the US, Canada, Europe, the UK and Thailand and already he is promising to return with a full production before too long.

The concert is being held at Scala Theatre, Siam Square on December 7 and tickets priced from Bt1,900 go on sale on Sunday (September 29) at ThaiTicketMajor outlets and at www.thaiticketmajor.com. Keep updated on www.livenation.co.th and www.facebook.com/livenationth.

For ‘pretties’, wages high, but also risk

Published September 22, 2019 by SoClaimon

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For ‘pretties’, wages high, but also risk

Sep 22. 2019
By The Nation

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The recent death after a Bangkok party of a “pretty” – a young woman hired by businesspeople to promote sales – has raised concerns over personal safety in this offshoot of the entertainment business.

As police continue to investigate the cause of the woman’s death, citizens are debating the merits of the trade and some of those involved in it are sharing their life stories.

One pretty described her experience in the job as a “lesson in survival”.

A reporter for Bangkok Biz News Online has collected such revelations in a bid to explain why so many women want to work as a pretty, the main bait for which is promises of high wages.

The “Teambigkren” Facebook page says such freelance jobs in entertainment – known as N-jobs – come in several forms (see graphic).

High wages are indeed available, but there is also often risk to health and even life, such as when ill-intentioned individuals are prepared to drug a pretty to take advantage of her while she’s unconscious or semi-conscious.

Gamma-hydroxybutyric (GHB) is known in Thai as the “virginity-loss drug”. A stimulant, it increases alertness but also sexual libido. And it’s readily found in many pubs, whether in tablet, powder or liquid form. The clear liquid is the most possible because it’s easily mixed in a drink unnoticed.

One pretty interviewed for Bangkok Biz News said most people believe that the work, for which no college degree is required, pays Bt3,000 to Bt5,000 a night. But income is uneven and, far more importantly, your virginity and health are often at risk.

“You spent three to five hours mingling with people, drinking, mixing drinks and giving massages, so it’s important to know your limits, know how to refuse, don’t drink too much, don’t drink from the customer’s glass and don’t forget to stay in contact with your relatives,” she said.

“If possible, you should take friends with you and have someone ready to take you home.”

The Lion King roars into Bangkok with spectacular production

Published September 20, 2019 by SoClaimon

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The Lion King roars into Bangkok with spectacular production

Sep 20. 2019
By Kupluthai Pungkanon
The Nation

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An amazingly and truly spectacular production of the world-class musical, “The Lion King”, premiered in Bangkok at Muangthai Rachadalai Theatre on Wednesday with seats sold out.

The production featured some of Disney’s favourite characters: Simba, Mufasa, Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu, Nala and a whole herd of fantastic animals. The Bangkok season of “The Lion King” will be the longest-ever run for an international musical in the city, which will be on stage until October 27.

Circle of Life - The Lion King - Photo by Matthew Murphy

Circle of Life – The Lion King – Photo by Matthew Murphy

The Michael Cassel Group, in association with Disney Theatrical Productions, is presenting the international tour in Thailand, with promotions by BEC-Tero Scenario. This tour is the 25th global production of Broadway’s most successful musical.

Praised for its exciting and inventive performance, The Lion King, is a worldwide phenomenon, while this production is the world’s first international tour. It premiered in Manila last year playing to sold-out houses and has now arrived in Thailand for the first time.

Brian L Marcar, the managing director of BEC-Tero Entertainment, said he believes the exceptional cast and crew drawn from all over the world delivers with their skill and artistry, their powerful singing, their elegant movements and stunning visuals, creating an unforgettable experience each night and touching the hearts of Thai people.

“It was simply magical,” said Takonkiet Viravan, the managing director of Scenario Ltd. “It has always been my dream to bring great Broadway musicals to Thailand. They had such a brilliant way of telling the story that it gave me goose bumps right from the opening scene. The sets and the costumes interlaced with puppetry unexpectedly took me right to the world of wildlife. It wasn’t just putting cartoon characters on stage, it was a combination of many things. Even though the characters were animals, they were full of human emotions. The music that was already great become legendary.”

The musical debuted in Minneapolis at The Orpheum Theatre in July 1997, after three years of developing “The Lion King” from screen to stage. Brilliantly re-imagined by acclaimed director Julie Taymor, Disney’s beloved film is transformed into a spectacular theatrical experience that will redefine your expectations of theatre, according to a Friday release. Audiences in Thailand will be treated to unbelievable performances by a truly global cast and crew, representing 19 nationalities, who have come together for the tour.

“This world-class production is awe-inspiring with incredible artists from around the globe. We are so excited to be bringing a musical of this magnitude to Thailand for the first time”, said Michael Cassel, the international tour’s producer.

The principal cast of The Lion King includes Ntsepa Pitjeng returning to the role of Rafiki, having performed it in the US, UK, China, Brazil and Switzerland productions. Straight from London is Jordan Shaw in the role of Simba, and Mthokozisi Emkay Khanyile playing Mufasa. Musical theatre performer Antony Lawrence from the UK plays Scar.

Australian actor André Jewson features as Zazu, while Nick Mercer plays Timon after having performed the role in the UK and Switzerland productions. South African favourite Pierre van Heerden returns as Pumbaa.

Some fun facts

* In the animated movie, Rafiki The Baboon was presented as a male character but the musical has transformed the character into a strong female;

* The phrase “Hakuna Matata” (meaning “No worries”) is mentioned 25 times in the show;

* Julie Taymor was the first female director in Broadway history to win the Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical (1998), which she did for “The Lion King”;

* “The Lion King” celebrated its 20th anniversary two years ago and is the third-longest running show on Broadway;

* To date, “The Lion King” has won more than 70 global theatrical awards;

* It took 34,000 hours of labour to build the masks and puppets for the original Broadway production;

* There are more than 200 puppets in the show, including rod, shadow and full-sized puppets;

-* The tallest animals in the show are 5.5 metres high – the two giraffes in the “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” scene;

* The elephant nicknamed Bertha by the backstage crew in 1997 is the largest and longest animal, measuring 4 metres in length and 3 metres wide.

* There are six indigenous African languages spoken in the show: Swahili, Zulu, Xhosa (the click language), Sotho, Tswana and Congolese;

* The Lion King has been translated into eight languages – Japanese, German, Korean, French, Dutch, Mandarin, Spanish and Portuguese.

* More than 100 million people have watched The Lion King worldwide.

Bangkok tickets for “The Lion King” live musical start at Bt1,500 and are now available at all Thai Ticket Major outlets and at www.thaiticketmajor.com.

It’s fun, it’s mad, it’s Stasha

Published September 18, 2019 by SoClaimon

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It’s fun, it’s mad, it’s Stasha

Sep 18. 2019
Stasha Dansithiteshodom is an artist-turned-businesswoman who has found her true passion in life.

Stasha Dansithiteshodom is an artist-turned-businesswoman who has found her true passion in life.
By
Kitchana Lersakvanitchakul
Special to THE NATION

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Thidasiri “App” Danvadhanakul, a former Grammy artist who shot to fame with her first single “Kham Saraphap Khong Nak Suksa Fuek Ngarn” released as part of the label’s modern lukkrung” (MLK) project back in 2004, is today enjoying even more success, this time as the organiser of creative pool parties.

In business for 7 years, her company, Mad Stash Co Ltd, has its roots in her new name, Stasha Dansithiteshodom.

The word Stasha means resurrection and according to those who know about such things, people with this name tend to be very active and love to try new things and take chances. Professionally, they can be successful as a public figure, in the media, or at developing new ideas for small businesses.

Scoota won an award for the Global Expansion Track of the Dtac Accelerate Batch.

Scoota won an award for the Global Expansion Track of the Dtac Accelerate Batch.

“It’s rather like being reborn,” Stasha says with a smile. “I found my lucky numbers through my name and it was approved by a well-known monk. Lucky numbers have reinforced my power. I also changed my family name and was pleasantly surprised when my parents said they liked it. That gave me confidence in myself and the new name has made me a lot stronger. I’m even invited to sing at several events every week.”

After leaving GMM Grammy, Stasha worked for a while as a coordinator for Sensation Thailand by Heineken, which was organised for the first time at Impact Arena in 2012, and later for a company that brought American media personality and fashion icon Paris Hilton to Thailand.

The pool party has proved a very successful daytime entertainment event for Mad Stasha.

The pool party has proved a very successful daytime entertainment event for Mad Stasha.

“The jobs were fun but I kept asking myself if I wouldn’t be better going it alone. And so I set my own company and team, and called it Mad Stash,” says the 38-year-old singer-turned-businesswoman.

Mad Stash Co Ltd was set up in 2013 as an organiser of new stylish fashion & music events for Bangkok’s entertainment business and to produce and manage professional international fashion models and DJs, both well-known and not so well-known, to perform Mad Stash-style.

Today, Mad Stash is recognised as a successful company that organises daytime entertainment – mainly pool parties – at 5-star hotels across Thailand.

“The first proposal I wrote was submitted to Sofitel So Bangkok and offered a stylish pool party that perfectly matched the hotel’s concept. In the beginning, the entrance fee to the party was Bt250 but now it has gone up to Bt600 because there are many more people interested in the parties but the hotel can’t support all of them.

“It’s an event that everyone can enjoy during the day – listening to music, dancing and chatting with friends from 1pm to 9pm. During the Songkran Festival, the pool party was packed with more than 1,500 people. We have created new themes for the pool parties and sometimes we invite an international DJ from Ultra Records. In addition to So Pool Party, we also organise the Westin Pool Party and Splash Pool Party,” says Stasha. “Mad Stash puts together rooftop events for the Marriott and Avani and also provides digital marketing – promoting the events through our social medial channels and our influencers and celebrities.”

Her electric scooter rental is also going well.

Her electric scooter rental is also going well.

More recently, Stasha formed another company, Innotra Co Ltd, which serves as the parent company of two brands – MadBike for motorbike rental and Scoota for electric scooter for rent. Scoota gets you wherever you need to go – whether you’re commuting to work, going to class, running errands or exploring the city. The electric scooter is fun, easy to ride and completely emission-free.

“The German ambassador to Thailand rides our electric scooter as part of his personal commitment to reducing greenhouse gases. We expect to have more than 500 stations for electric scooter rental at several hotels, restaurants and cafes around the country. Users can drop the electric scooter at another station. We just launched the application and Scoota won an award for the Global Expansion Track of the Dtac Accelerate Batch,” says Stasha proudly. “For MadBike, most of renters for motorcycle are expats and foreign tourists as well as some foreign CEOs.”

And Stasha says music is no longer her sole love. She’s passionate about her business too.

“If we are not passionate about what we do, we’ll never achieve success. The greatest goal is the pursuit of happiness – we are happy with what we manage and committed to making people happy,” she says.

A feast of classical music from upcoming opera singers

Published September 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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A feast of classical music from upcoming opera singers

Sep 15. 2019
By THE NATION

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Thailand’s brightest young opera singers are returning to the Neilson Hays Library for a night of enthralling classical music. They will perform art songs and popular arias from operas such as Georges Bizet’s Carmen, Gaetano Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, and Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel.

This is quite a unique opportunity to delight in music and appreciate the talent of Heavenly Voice Singers from The College of Music, Mahidol University, in a very intimate setting, hearing and seeing musicians up close.

The performers of the night will be soprano Duangamorn Fu, who was awarded the second prize in Art Song category, and the Espoir prize in Vocal Opera course at the 19th Osaka International Music Competition; soprano Pariyachart Sittidamrongkarn, first-prize winner of the Settrade Music Competition Thailand; and soprano Lim Sin Mei, who was awarded second prize in the Beijing Municipal Government “China Cup” Vocal Competition in 2015.

As a special guest artist, soprano Pijarin Wiriyasakdakul, winner of several gold medals in Settrades Music Competition Thailand and who has competed internationally in Japan, France and Germany, will be participating in the concert, too.

These sopranos will be accompanied by the pianist Siri Sranoi, who has played in masterclasses with international pianists, such as Professor Istvan Bonyhadi, Professor Lambis Vassiliadis and Professor Rolf-Dieter Arens.

You can purchase tickets online, at the library, or reserve seats by calling 02-233-1731, or emailing info@neilsonhayslibrary.org

Please note that reserved seats should be paid for within 3 days after the booking, after that they will be released.

An Enchanted Classical Vocal Concert, No. 2″

by Heavenly Voice Singers

When: September 22, 6pm to 8pm

Where: Neilson Hays Library

Tickets: Bt450, Bt350 for library members, Bt100 for students

The rock we left behind

Published September 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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The rock we left behind

Sep 16. 2019
By Kittipong Thavevong
Special to The Nation

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Big names from the Thai rock circle reunited on stage recently for a rare concert that looked back on a range of much-loved but also largely forgotten numbers.

The aptly named “Lost Rock Songs” concert featured 23 singers including such familiar names as Nui Ampon, Billy Ogan, Maew Chirasak, Sukanya Miguel, Po Yokee Playboy, Poo Blackhead and Tai Thanawut, and was the 22nd edition of he Green Concert series organised by Atime Showbiz in cooperation with Green Wave FM106.5.

The concert, which was staged at the 5,000-seat Royal Paragon Hall on September 7 and 8, kicked off with all the singers except Nui performing “Chiwit Samphan” (“Connected Lives”), a Carabao hit that encourages wildlife and environment conservation and a fitting beginning for a show that the organisers say will support the purchase of patrol equipment for forest rangers. Billy then warmed up the audience with three of his hits from yesteryear — “La Ok” (“I Quit”), “Fung Wai Nai Puen Din” (“Burying My Past”) and “Ao Arai Ma Laek Ko Mai Yom” (“Won’t Swap You fir Anything”). Other singers took turns to entertain the audience with their hits, prompting fans in the packed hall to sing along and dance along happily to just about every number.

Despite the numbers of singers and songs performed — more than 50 altogether — the concert proceeded briskly and smoothly, thanks mainly to the quick changes by the singers between shows, with the performers often emerging on stage lifts immediately after the previous songs were completed. The concert on September 7 lasted a little over three hours, shorter than other local concerts despite the large number of songs performed. Music backup was provided by the Extra Band, with seven musicians and three chorus singers. The background screen remained dark and the singers dressed in black, presumably to underline the edgy rock vibe.

Dit Smile Buffalo was greeted with cheers from the audience as he performed “Dee Kern Pai” (“She Said I’m Too Good”) and was joined onstage by Pex Bluesky and More Kajay for “Fa Yung Fa Yoo” (“The Sky Is Still Blue”) — another Smile Buffalo hit number from the 1990s.

The ladies — Sukanya, In Budokan and Ie Phannee – joined up to perform five songs in a row that individually brought them fame, including “Kho Hai Muen Derm” (I Love the Way You Are) and “Rak Ther Jing Jing” (I Love You Really), with the owner of the hit singing the lead while the two others provided backup.

Bad boy rockers Kasab Jumpadib and Kajohnsak Rattananisai excited fans with their hits too, with Kasab singing “Mee Arai A-Plao” (“Have a Problem with Me?”) and Kajohnsak rocking on with “Krai Mai Kiao Ko Thoy Pai” (“Back Off If You Are Not Involved”) before joining up for “Ya Kid Mak” (“Don’t Think Too Much”).

Poo Blackhead wowed the audience with his powerful vocals on 1990’s hits “Hetpon” (“Reason”) and “Yuenyan” (“Confirmation”) while Nui Ampon, frontman of the legendary rock band Micro, took to the stage for what proved the highlight of show, performing six songs one in quick succession and drawing screams as well as loud applause.

And then it was time to say goodbye, with all 23 back on stage for a grand finale of “Nam Eoi Namjai” (“Generosity”).

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