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.
For more info on punk rock music scene, including gigs and new releases in Bangkok and Thailand, visit our friends at PUNK ROCK BKK!
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.
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.