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.
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Come and listen to Friday, January 24th at 9pm among the best musicians of their generation: Watchara Atchariyavaranon "Jeng" and his Quartet, featuring Jean-Sébastien Simonoviez on piano, Rawin Buathong on double bass and Mr Sticks on drums. Good music in perspective so don't hesitate and book your table!
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.
Every year saxophonist supremo, JAKOB DINESEN makes a sojourn from his native Denmark to Bangkok and every year SMALLS tries to get him!
THE JAKOB DINESEN QUARTET will perform a special SUNDAY night concert at SMALLS on JANUARY 12TH starting at 9:30pm.
This is progressive jazz of the highest order and should not be missed by serious jazz fans in Bangkok.
JAKOB has put together a super group of some of the most talented musicians in the region:
JAKOB DINESEN on sax
JEAN-SEBASTIAN SIMONOVIEZ on keyboard
PONG NAKORNCHAI on drums
KASEMSMAI WONGCHAYASILPA on bass