Implement the U.S. State Department sponsored tour of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, a remarkable difference for the American rock group, but members of Los Angeles on Dengue Fever, embarking on a government-sanctioned tour of Southeast Asia in November, even more important.
Group’s lead singer, Chhom Nimol, a native of Cambodia, which is almost entirely sung in her native Khmer, and he was a singer in her native country, before working with dengue in Los Angeles a decade ago. He will now travel to Southeast Asia, and before, but last year’s trip was the longest walk is still there under the auspices of the U.S. government.
Dengue fever, whose other members are Native American, specializes in a blend of traditional Khmer pop and psychedelic time warp: The repertoire includes songs from the group as “Lost in Laos”, “Sleepwalking Through the Mekong” Classic and Joni Mitchell: “Both side now “(as filtered through the prism of music from Cambodia). Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, this woman, five man band transcended its original status as a multicultural phenomenon in the news a few competitors.
collection news 28.Jan.2012