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  • Thailand News

    Sexbomb Tom Jones set to rock Bangkok with March concert

    Following the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, and Bruno Mars, Sexbomb Tom Jones will be performing at UOB Live of Emsphere, Bangkok on March 14, starting at 8pm. Tom Jones: Ages & Stages Tour In Bangkok, presented by Live Nation Tero, guarantees an evening of musical magic with the British icon, who has captivated audiences worldwide with his sensational voice…

  • Thailand News

    Discover an enchanting evening with rising R&B stars in Bangkok

    Get ready for a night of soul-stirring melodies as five rising R&B stars from California grace Bangkok with their enchanting tunes during The Modern Nostalgia Tour: Live In Bangkok at the BCC Hall of Central Ladprao, Phahon Yothin Road, on February 20 at 8pm. Presented by the Very Company, this special live performance promises to be a musical extravaganza, perfectly…

  • Thailand News

    Update: Russian band Bi-2 leaves Thailand for Israel escaping potential Moscow punishment

    The Russian rock band Bi-2, known for their criticism of the nation’s conflict with Ukraine, last night departed Thailand for Israel. This decision came after Thai authorities threatened to deport them to Moscow due to their work for working on the island of Phuket without a valid permit, according to both the band and the Royal Thai Police. Human rights…

  • Politics News

    Rock-solid plea: Don’t send Bi-2 back to Russia, urges Human Rights Watch director (video)

    A Human Rights Watch director pleaded with the Thai authorities not to deport a Russian rock band back to their homeland. Elaine Pearson, the Asia Director of the Human Rights Watch division, revealed that the Russian-Belarusian rock band Bi-2 faces persecution for their outspoken public criticism of the Russian government if Thailand deports them back home. The Thai police arrested…

  • Thailand News

    Bruno Mars reaches for the Bangkok stars in March extravaganza

    Promoter Live Nation Tero unveiled the ticket prices for the upcoming Bruno Mars concert in Bangkok this March. The Grammy-winning American maestro is set to grace the stage at Rajamangala National Stadium on March 30, promising a musical spectacle that fans won’t want to miss. Ticket prices, ranging from 2,000 to 11,000 baht, cater to all music enthusiasts ready to…

  • Thailand News

    Taiwanese singer Jay Chou wows 70,000 fans in epic Carnival Concert in Bangkok (video)

    At Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok, Mandopop sensation Jay Chou last week transformed the venue into a musical carnival. Breaking records as the first Mandopop artist to grace the iconic stadium, the Taiwanese singer’s Carnival World Tour left fans breathless in an extraordinary audio-visual journey on December 8 and 9. Returning to Thailand after two decades, the 44 year old kicked…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand’s thriving collectibles market of 90s cassette tapes

    The allure of the cassette tape, the quintessential item of the 90s youth, is unwavering. The sensory joy these analogue devices offer through their tangible nature has seen their value increase over time, transforming them into valuable collectables. This is particularly true for tapes from certain artists, which are not only hard to find but have also become a lucrative…

  • Thailand News

    Thai music composer in serious condition following fire accident

    Sujin Kulchanarong, also known as Teacher Jinnie Phutai, a renowned Thai country music composer and arranger, has been hospitalised following a severe fire accident at his home in Mueang district, Khon Kaen. The incident has resulted in serious burns to his face and neck, affecting his windpipe. He is currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Bangkok Hospital, Khon…

  • World News

    The Weeknd hints at shedding stage name, embracing Abel Tesfaye identity

    Canadian singer-songwriter Abel Tesfaye, widely known as The Weeknd, seems to be taking steps to revert to his birth name after achieving worldwide fame under his stage name reported Bangkok Post. The artist recently changed his display name on social media platforms Twitter and Instagram, although his handles on both sites remained @theweeknd. This change comes after Tesfaye’s remarks in…