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Friday December 6th, 9pm at Foojohn Building, Thai pianist Pawin Lim and his 4tet will bring you back to the glorious years of Jazz, those of the 1950s, prolific, where great labels such as Blue Note records, major artists such as Art Blackey, Philly Jo Jones, Sonny Rollins, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and many others appeared and at the same time a return to the roots of music, to Africa and an aggressive reaction (musically speaking) to cool jazz... In one word, The Hard Bop Years !
Featuring Win Pongsakorn on trumpet, Siwanat Suwannawat on bass, Mr Sticks on drums.
Nerd Alert: Electronic synth / Pop / Jazz
Fun and funky, they perform original compositions of songs you know and love, but always on a jazzy tip.
After that enjoy some good alternative rock with Function Noise.
BBC plays at the legendary AdHere the 13th Blues Bar, the oldest blues bar in Bangkok. Their gigs turn into genuine musical adventures, as both musicians and audience merge their energies together into one amazing festivity of the blues. Once you hear their gig, we guarantee you'll be back for more!
Another beautiful evening is coming at Foojohn Building, as part of its Jazz concerts, we have the honour to welcome American singer and trumpeter Chuck Curry who will perform with his orchestra on Saturday, December 7 start at 9pm!
Chuck Curry is an entertainer who started playing the trumpet at the age of five. Over his lengthy career, he has performed with many notable artists, including the Temptations and George Benson. He is also a veteran of the musical theatre stage, including five Broadway National Tours, including the 2017 US National Tour of the Tony award-winning revival of Pippin, and the 2015 National Tour of “Memphis” the musical.
Saturdays promise to be an amazing night with this great trio, once again playing at Maggie Choo's.
The unshakable Gregory Wilson on Bass and his bandmates Nebo Mato on drums and Ian Bartczak on the ivories are bringing funk, disco and jazz to get you to off your feet this Saturday night.
The famous Bangkok Sunday Jazz Jam session is returning to Sukhumvit Road at The Melting Clock!
Starts at 3pm on Sunday. No cover charge.
All musicians and fans of music are welcome! If you want to jam, see William Wait or Keith Nolan when you arrive.
Got work on Monday? Either way, nothing beats a Sunday session. Flamenco is bringing the good times so you can kick back with your friends. Here's the best things to do in Bangkok on a Sunday night. Join us for a live music by Ghettolicious Band on Every Sunday nights with their unique blend of Pop, covers & R&B.
Join our Our weekly Open Mic/Guitar Jam night start at 9:30 pm.
Singers get vouchers and best act will take home a bottle of 700 ml Iron Balls.
Hosted by the one and only Keithen Carter.
Now open to guitarists too: Calling all guitars players! We’re finally set up for electric guitar! Come play a tune with us and get a free Iron Balls Gin & Tonic
Daddy C & Bangkok Mojo (extended Jukes) are a five-piece blues band from Bangkok, which got together in early 2013 with a goal to spread the music they love from traditional blues to west coast jump/swing style. They are known to play the tightest, most musical set of blues tunes with their precise, tidy and tuneful qualities of the earliest electric blues of the fifties and sixties, Chicago blues with more than a touch of raw Mississippi blues. These are real blues fans and they are out there to convert you the only way they know how.
Live music all night from our new supergroup Stars of Bizarre
Each Monday, musicians from the Freshly Squeezed Sounds collective provides the perfect complement to our range of craft beers. They perform in a range of styles, with an open invitation to musicians in Bangkok to come and join the jam!
One of the most genuine blues bands in Thailand, known to play the tightest, most musical set of blues tunes with their precise, tidy and tuneful qualities of the earliest electric blues of the fifties and sixties, Chicago blues with more than touch of raw Mississippi blues. Definitely the coolest way to spend your Monday night at Sukhumwit 11, one of the most commercial streets in Bangkok, just grab a drink and enjoy some bluesy tunes in the heart of our Angel City!
Folk/Pop sensations Jenny & The Scallywags start new residency at Flamenco!
Bangkok's premiere international folk/pop supergroup Jenny & The Scallywags now perform every Tuesday night at Flamenco. With catchy original tracks from their previous albums, as well as performing popular hit, this fun four-piece will get everyone dancing.
DUST OF YOUR OLD INSTRUMENTS AND COME AND PLAY WITH US TONIGHT AS IT’S THE QUEEN BEE OPEN MIKE/JAM NIGHT!
Directly from Latin America and harvested at the heart of South East Asia, LATISIA brings together phenomenal live music, friendly dance floor for dancing, and the captivating storytelling through the night with the passionate Folklore Latino.
150b entry with 1 beer (My Beer)
A future molam band, that is also solidly rooted in the past.. Music from the rice field to the heart of the capital..
Toom Turn represent acoustic, instrumental early molam, taking their influence directly from the 1960s and 70s sound of Kwanjai Kalasin Yuk Pattana Band, Audsawin Pinthong, Samai Onwong, and Dao Bandon.