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Cambodian Blogger Little Sopha Learns How To Rock

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Blogger Little Sopha with member of Michael Learns To Rock Band, in Russian Market, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

According Tharum the news that the touring schedule of a Danish rock band named Michael Learns To Rock, included a date in Phnom Penh, inspired "a wave of euphoria of younger generation of the country."    According to the article Tharum excerpted from Phnom Penh Post, Michael Learns to Rock's most famous single, "Take Me To Your Heart," was a hit in Cambodia, spawning a locally-produced Khmer language version. (Here's a music video of the Korean version – and here's a link to the Cambodian language version

Little Sopha a Cambodian blogger, posted her wish for winning tickets in the SME lottery and lamented that she like 8 million other Cambodian fans would watch the concert on television (CTN – Cambodian Television Network).  However, Sopha was lucky enough to get the above photo:

"In the afternoon one of the group members and a friend of his made a quick visit to Russian Market, and that is where a miraculous event occurred. My cousin gave me a call telling about their unexpected presence, I then also had a wonderful chance to have photos with them… It was just so nice,  I really can't describe how happy I was at that moment… Hmmm, if only had the three of them been there together… :D … Well, still it was just like a WONDERFUL DREAM COMES TRUE!"

1 comment

  • Aurel

    Hello ! do you know someone who has seen the rock band Placebo in Cambodia please ?

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