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Reel Big Fish live in Bangkok

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Period:20 Nov 2015 - 20 Nov 2015

Address:110/46, Lardprao 18 Rd., Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand

Service day:Friday, Service hours: 20:00-22:00

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American ska punk band Reel Big Fish will give their debut concert in Thailand at Live House Studio Bangkok on Nov 20 at 8pm.

Reel Big Fish is just one of the legions of the southern California ska punk bands to have edged into the mainstream, following the mid-90s success of No Doubt and Sublime. They were distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humour, ironic covers of new wave pop songs and metallic shards of ska.

The band started as a trio in 1991. Later on, their music style was more prone to the ska genre and the group therefore decided to bolster its line-up and launched the self-released debut album, Everything Sucks, in 1995.

When their 1997 hit single Sell Out became a modern rock radio and MTV favourite, the group emerged from the underground and caught the public eye. They released a rock-oriented album, Cheer Up!, in 2002 after which they had a chance to share stages with the likes of Sum 41, Catch 22, Lucky Boys Confusion, the Matches and Zebrahead.

Candy Coated Fury is their eighth and latest album in five years and comes with new material. The band’s current line-up comprises Aaron Barrett (lead vocals and guitar), Matt Appleton (sax), Derek Gibbs (bass), John Christianson (trumpet), Billy Kottage (trombone) and Edward Larsen (drums).

The group is guaranteed to bring its particular brand of charisma to the flashy stage show.

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American ska punk band Reel Big Fish will give their debut concert in Thailand at Live House Studio Bangkok on Nov 20 at 8pm.

Reel Big Fish is just one of the legions of the southern California ska punk bands to have edged into the mainstream, following the mid-90s success of No Doubt and Sublime. They were distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humour, ironic covers of new wave pop songs and metallic shards of ska.

The band started as a trio in 1991. Later on, their music style was more prone to the ska genre and the group therefore decided to bolster its line-up and launched the self-released debut album, Everything Sucks, in 1995.

When their 1997 hit single Sell Out became a modern rock radio and MTV favourite, the group emerged from the underground and caught the public eye. They released a rock-oriented album, Cheer Up!, in 2002 after which they had a chance to share stages with the likes of Sum 41, Catch 22, Lucky Boys Confusion, the Matches and Zebrahead.

Candy Coated Fury is their eighth and latest album in five years and comes with new material. The band’s current line-up comprises Aaron Barrett (lead vocals and guitar), Matt Appleton (sax), Derek Gibbs (bass), John Christianson (trumpet), Billy Kottage (trombone) and Edward Larsen (drums).

The group is guaranteed to bring its particular brand of charisma to the flashy stage show.


- Live House Studio Bangkok is at JJ Green, Kamphaeng Phet 3 Road.

- Tickets cost 1,500 baht and can be purchased from www.eventbrite.com.

- The show is limited to just 800 tickets.

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110/46, Lardprao 18 Rd., Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand

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