Pop and R&B band B5 have given their fans a surprise with some funny theatrical cabaret in the video for their cover of Po Yokee Playboy’s “Plae Pen” (“Masochist”).
Chalatit “Ben” Tantiwut, Mariam Grey, Uthai “Cake” Poonyamund and Suwira “Q Flure” get dolled up as cabaret girls in the video, while Saksit “Tor” Vejsupaporn is a pianist who tends to break girls’ hearts.
The arrangement features Queen-style harmonies. On the cover, all the band members are sporting moustaches, a la Freddie Mercury.
Check it out at http://BECTeroMusic.com and BECTero’s channels on YouTube, Line, Facebook and Instagram.
Get a piece of Boy Peacemaker
Grand Musik, a subsidiary label of GMM Grammy, has arranged a fan meeting for Anuwat “Boy” Sanguansakpakdee, best known as Boy Peacemaker – his first such event in 10 years. You can get “A Piece of Boy” at the restaurant Vivarium by Chefs on Rama IV Road on July 8 from 2 to 6pm.
Boy will sing a few tunes while the fans enjoy the intimate atmosphere over food and beverages, and there’ll be games with prizes. Admission is limited to 200 people, so enter the random draw at www.Facebook.com/GRANDMUSIK.
Cocktail to rock out with orchestra
Three years after their debut show, Genie Records rock band Cocktail will stage their second concert, “Len Duay Huajai Samer Ma”, at Impact Arena on July 14 – complete with 60-piece orchestra conducted by Trisdee na Patalung.
The show’s title refers to the band members’ ability to play their music by heart and the fact they haven’t changed a bit in all this time (samer ma). The concert will be a full stage production with top-notch lighting and sound.
Seats cost Bt1,000 to Bt3,000 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456. Learn more at www.Cocktail.band and http://m.me/GenieFestival.
Rik sets date for Ultra Arena show
Avant-garde performance artist Rik Wachirapilan will have her debut concert at Show DC’s Ultra Arena on Rama IX Road in Bangkok on August 25.
“The Devi of Darkness” will mix performance art with songs from her albums, including “Pathom”, “Devi”, “Anajak Rahoo”, “Nang Sien Khad” and “Tichila”.
Rik’s guests will be Suki and Noi from Pru, Pod ModernDog, Methee Noichinda, Q Flure and Pry Pathomporn.
Seats costing Bt1,200 to Bt1,800 go on sale tomorrow (July 1) at noon at www.TicketMelon.com. The first 300 people to buy a ticket get to attend a meet-and-greet at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and will receive an autographed concert poster.
Keep on top of developments at www.Facebook.com/gypsycarnivalthailand.
Before you were born
Artists from a time many, many years ago will reunite for the “90s Nonstop Concert” at Challenger Hall 3 in Muang Thong Thani on August 25.
Patiparn “Mos” Pataweekarn, Amita Tata Young, Somchai “Tao” Khemklad, Joey Boy, Triumphs Kingdom, Nicole Theriault, Ruangsak “James” Roychusak, Lift & Oil, TSkirt and Mr Z will be presenting their evergreen hits.
Seats cost Bt1,200 to Bt4,500 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.