Krittikorn “Tik” Pornsatit, singer with alt-rock, Brit-pop band Playground, says his new single “Nai Wan Thi Kwam Sao Pa Rao Ma Thalay (SOS)” is the soundtrack of heartbreak.
He pictures himself going to the seashore to contemplate lost love, only to find Tul Waitoonkiat of Apartment Khunpa there rapping. Check out the “ilikeplayground” and “MeRecordslabel” pages on Facebook.
Not what he seems
Singer and TV reality star Norwood Young will be “Getting Back to My Me” at Chatrium Residence Riverside’s Culture Collective Studio on Charoenkrung Road Soi 70 in Bangkok on September 15.
He wants to tell you about a young man who lived a lavish lifestyle as a successful recording artist, owned a nightclub, starred on TV and chummed with Hollywood stars. And yet his life was filled with pain, guilt, shame and self-mutilation (through plastic surgery).
The stage show is written and directed by Loni Berry. Seats go for Bt1,000 at www.CultureCollective.com. Learn more at (089) 876 5400 or email@example.com.
It’s Be, Ben, Boy and Bow
The Four Bs – Peerapat “Be” Tenwong, Chalatit “Ben” Tantiwut, Anuwat “Boy Peacemaker” Sanguansakpakdee and Sunita “Bow” Leetikul – will perform “The Playlist Concert by Nueng Jakkawal” at Bitec in Bang Na on November 30.
Audience members will be able to share their favourite song on a playlist for Nueng to rearrange. Seats cost Bt1,500 to Bt4,500 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.
Fungjai is back for the sixth “Hed Sod” concert – so named because of all the indie bands springing up like mushrooms. This one’s at Voice Space on Bangkok’s Vibhavadi Road tomorrow and is all about ghosts. Phum Viphurit will croon his new single “Lover Boy” and Boyjozz will play jazzfunk, Inspirative post-rock, Telex Telexs synth pop, Retrospect heavy metal and Monotone pop love song.
Seats cost Bt800 and Bt1,200 at www.Ticketmelon.com. Have a look at www.Facebook.com/hellofungjai.