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.