On Sunday, 9th November three of the students from St. Andrews International School Green Valley performed live in front of a crowd of over 4000 people at one of Bangkok’s most thrilling music festivals.
Jim Lai Festival (presented by Toyota It’s Mine) was held in the halls of Bitec Bangna, Bangkok that went across for two days between 8th-9th November where many popular singers, bands and stars performed in front of thousands of viewers. The St Andrews young rock band “WhiteJack” had experience performing live at this very festival and the results they came back with were rather fascinating.
WhiteJack from St. Andrews International School Green Valley performs at one of Bangkok’s most thrilling music festivals, the Jim Lai Festival.
WhiteJack consists of five members:
* Dew Promchareon (Singer – Aged 14, St. Andrews Int. School Green Valley)
* Gun Kanjanarat (Bassist – Aged 13, St. Andrews Int. School Green Valley)
* Gridj Kanjanarat (Saxophonist/Keyboardist –Aged 14, St. Andrews Int. Green Valley)
* Aum Kosiyaruk (Drummer – Aged 13, Harrow International School)
* Tim Vadakan (Guitarist – Aged 12, Satit Prasarnmit International School)
The young musicians blew away many of the audiences’ minds as they performed with much enthusiasm and great courage. WhiteJack played an original song they had composed together called “Young and Reckless” mashing up with “Guerilla Radio” played by one of the world’s most famous metal bands named Rage Against The Machine.
“The moment I stood on stage, I saw thousands of eyes focusing on me. I knew if I didn’t bring out everything I got, I’d regret it afterwards,” explained the band’s lead singer, Dew, of her experience. “The moment I left the stage, I realized what my dream really looked like. I even cried a little by how amazing it was. I knew my band mates felt the same.”
To watch a video of their performance and listen out for more news of the band, welcome to check out their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/whitejackmusic.
With every support, we wish them the best of luck for the future of their music career as we can see a very bright future running towards them!