The Like Me's, coming to Cambodia next month
The first chance to see the all-female band The Like Me's
live in the flesh so to speak in Cambodia is just around the corner. They arrive in Phnom Penh in February and will be heading up to Siem Reap for two nights at the Tribute to the Masters concerts at Angkor (25 & 26) and then the FCC Siem Reap (27). I know of the band through their lead singer Laura Mam, who joined forces with Loren Alonzo, Helena Hong and Monique Coquilla in March 2009 to bring their pop sound, in English, Khmer and French, to audiences in the US. Now we'll all have the opportunity to catch them live. If you can't wait, then YouTube has a few videos from Laura and the girls for you to enjoy. And you can also find out more at their website
: The Like Me's will rock Phnom Penh at Parkway on Thursday 3 March at 8pm, if you can't make their gigs in Siem Reap. Great news. And proceeds will go towards Cambodian Living Arts and the Anvaya Initiative for overseas Khmers. Tickets are $8 in advance.
Labels: Laura Mam, The Like Me's