my performance activities this week

I’m having such a full week organising my projects that I missed my deadline for my gig guide. However:

Thursday 1: Bywater@Baitong, a kind of an open mic. Acoustic music, special guests, fine food. Baitong, #7, St 360, btw Norodom and 51. Expect performances by John Shakespear and Ukulele James Speck.
https://www.facebook.com/events/359071520885949/

Friday 2: A brand new outfit, The Riverside Raybans, all about acoustic grooves and groovy rhythms and keeping the vocals lush. Ukulele James Speck, Luis Arambarri, Adrien Gayraud join me in a grab bag of fun, featuring a heartfelt tribute to the late JJ Cale.

Saturday 3: Moi Tiet! returns to Equinox armed with a drummer, a sax player, and a growing following! Catch us for our only performance in August.
https://www.facebook.com/events/186705114833982/

Sunday 4: Sunday Sundowner Sessions from 4 – 7 pm at Rubies, cnr 19 & 240 Sts. Back after a week off for elections. It should be theme weekend, but it’s been hectic. Probably a JJ Cale theme given I’ll be doing that on Friday as well. Scoddy and a cast of thousands. Well, dwindling thousands, given the time of year. But good quality thousands.
https://www.facebook.com/SundaySundownerSessionsAtRubies

Coming soon: more and (NEW) WASH, the VIBE MUSIC FEST at Doors, rockabilly with Joe Wrigley & the Jumping Jacks, more Riverside Raybans. A big month in August, who needs a low season?

all these and much, much more around town this week can be searched through the voluminous weekly music listings at http://lengpleng.com. And then check and sign up at http://kumnooh.com for the arts scene in Cambodia.

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my performance activities this week

Tuesday 23: The Baitong Ukulele Circle, 7.30 – 9 pm. A chance for uke players of all levels, from beginner to over-achiever, to come and share, learn, show off, whatever… over a civilised drink or two. Bring a uke if you have one, bring two if you have two! For those of you who have none, there is at least one spare…… Baitong, #7, St 360. Technically it’s not really performance, but it’s a public activity, so….. for more information: https://www.facebook.com/BaitongUkuleleCircle

Thursday 25: Bywater@Baitong, a kind of an open mic. Acoustic music, special guests, fine food. Baitong, #7, St 360, btw Norodom and 51. https://www.facebook.com/events/359071520885949/

Friday 26: Moi Tiet returns to Slur Bar (St 172 btw Norodom and 51) for one last pre-election burst. Now with the drums of the amazing Greg Lavender, also a chance to witness three guitars on stage in a place that is not Sharky Bar…. this time only, as we farewell John Shakespear and send him back home to try to civilise the Americans.
https://www.facebook.com/slurbar

No Sunday Sundowner Sessions this week due to the election. Rest up, I know I will.

Coming soon: Moi Tiet at Equinox, more WASH, the debut of the Riverside Raybans and the Concrete Cowboy & the Casual Hands.

all these and much, much more around town this week can be searched through the voluminous weekly music listings at http://lengpleng.com. And then check and sign up at http://kumnooh.com for the arts scene in Cambodia.

my performance activities this week

Tuesday 16: The Baitong Ukulele Circle, 7.30 – 9 pm. A chance for uke players of all levels, from beginner to over-achiever, to come and share, learn, show off, whatever… over a civilised drink or two. Bring a uke if you have one, bring two if you have two! For those of you who have none, there is at least one spare…… Baitong, #7, St 360. Technically it’s not really performance, but it’s a public activity, so….. for more information: https://www.facebook.com/BaitongUkuleleCircle

Thursday 18: Bywater@Baitong, a kind of an open mic. Acoustic music, special guests, fine food. Baitong, #7, St 360, btw Norodom and 51. https://www.facebook.com/events/359071520885949/

Friday 19/Saturday 20: The Lazy Drunks return to their natural habitat, either side of St 130: Paddy Rice on Friday from 9, Sharky Bar on Saturday from 9.30. Lots of rock’n’roll and wig-wearing goodness.

Sunday 14: Sunday Sundowner Sessions from 4 – 7 pm at Rubies, cnr 19 & 240 Sts. Scoddy and a cast of thousands. Well, dwindling thousands, given the time of year. But good quality thousands.
https://www.facebook.com/SundaySundownerSessionsAtRubies

Sunday 14: Oscar Wilde Homage at Meta House from 6 pm…. a blues band, a screening of the 2009 Dorian Gray, and from 9 pm spoken word with self and Antonio Pineda with music accompaniment. come check it out.
http://www.meta-house.com

Coming soon: more WASH, more Moi Tiet.

all these and much, much more around town this week can be searched through the voluminous weekly music listings at http://lengpleng.com. And then check and sign up at http://kumnooh.com for the arts scene in Cambodia.

my performance activities this week

Tuesday 9: The Baitong Ukulele Circle, 7.30 – 9 pm. A chance for uke players of all levels, from beginner to over-achiever, to come and share, learn, show off, whatever… over a civilised drink or two. Bring a uke if you have one, bring two if you have two! For those of you who have none, there is at least one spare…… Baitong, #7, St 360. Technically it’s not really performance, but it’s a public activity, so….. for more information: https://www.facebook.com/BaitongUkuleleCircle

Thursday 11: the return of Bywater@Baitong, after last week’s holiday. There must be new people in town that will hover behind a mic for a song or two. Nice food too :). Baitong, #7, St 360, btw Norodom and 51. https://www.facebook.com/events/359071520885949/

Friday 12: a new act, a new venue, playing acoustic with Andre Swart at ARTillery Cafe, on 240 1/2 St, 7 pm – 10 pm. I’m not sure what to expect, but it’s a nice little room. You will definitely hear Phnom Penh Driving School. https://www.facebook.com/events/398248150284713/

Saturday 13: again, not precisely performance, but I am running a poetry and song lyric writing workshop at Phnom Penh Community College from 9.30 am – 1 pm. Finding a voice and speaking up. $30 for the session, including refreshments. Bookings through the PPCC. https://www.facebook.com/PhnomPenhCommunityCollege

Saturday 13: The Lazy Drunks crawl across Norodom and onto the stage at Slur Bar on 172 St. Who knows what might happen out of taking this outfit so far west. From 9 pm. https://www.facebook.com/slurbar

Sunday 14: Sunday Sundowner Sessions from 4 – 7 pm at Rubies, cnr 19 & 240 Sts. Scoddy and a cast of thousands. Well, dwindling thousands, given the time of year. The Beatles after The Beatles turned out really well, allowing a bit of leeway on the actual choice of songs for the unprepared. There will be another special on August 4th – watch this space to find out the theme.
https://www.facebook.com/SundaySundownerSessionsAtRubies

Coming soon: more WASH, more Moi Tiet (delayed, unfortunately, as it looks like a planned double header will be cancelled due to the elections…) and a poetry reading with outer-space-bass.

all these and much, much more around town this week can be searched through the voluminous weekly music listings at http://lengpleng.com. And then check and sign up at http://kumnooh.com for the arts scene in Cambodia.

my performance activities this week

Tuesday 2: The Baitong Ukulele Circle, 7.30 – 9 pm. A chance for uke players of all levels, from beginner to over-achiever, to come and share, learn, show off, whatever… over a civilised drink or two. Bring a uke if you have one, bring two if you have two! For those of you who have none, there is at least one spare…… Baitong, #7, St 360. Technically it’s not really performance, but it’s a public activity, so….. for more information: https://www.facebook.com/BaitongUkuleleCircle

Thursday 4: 4th of July celebrations at Alley Cat, off St 19, with specials, excitement, and a hotdog eating contest. I’ll be sticking to the American songbook for the occasion, and might even do some of those songs I always refuse. Sometimes I get an extra e, this time I get quotation marks… https://www.facebook.com/AlleyCatCambodia

Friday 5: Wine I Love You night returns to Banyan, St 51 near 360, switching to a Friday, and taking me with it. $13 for free flow of wine. Only you don’t pay $13 if you don’t want to drink wine. Food if you want. 7.30 onwards. Will attempt to sing no American songs at all 😉 https://www.facebook.com/events/379883482133617/

Saturday 6: The Lazy Drunks crawl back onto the stage at Sharky’s and quiver quietly by the wall. Or some such. From 9 pm. http://sharkycambodia.com/

Sunday 7: Sunday Sundowner Sessions from 4 – 7 pm at Rubies, cnr 19 & 240 Sts. Scoddy and a cast of thousands. This week it’s all about Les Beatles apres Les Beatles: individual slices of the Apple. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/420381704725335/?ref=14.

all these and much, much more around town this week can be searched through the voluminous weekly musjc listings at http://lengpleng.com. And then check and sign up at http://kumnooh.com for the arts scene in Cambodia.