Now don't get me wrong - I'm no Mark Knopfler or Eric Clapton but I can string a few chords together and squawk the odd song now and then and I used to teach others to do the same in the UK a few years ago.
I love most kinds of music but '90's country really does it for me. Having said that, I've played a broad spectrum of stuff over the years to suit a given audience.
If I'm honest I can't sing for toffee now but nevertheless I was honoured to be invited (by the Mayor of Non Sang no less!) to perform at the 'Non Sang Cowboy Night' last year - made a complete prat of myself and traumatised the audience but had a blast anyway!
I'm a firm believer that ANYONE can learn to strum a few chords given time and patience.
I know we're a bit out of the way for those of you in Udon but if you've got time to kill and fancy giving it a try just get in touch.
We are located at "Noi's Kitchen" (our home & my wife's restaurant), mid way between Nongbua and Non Sang, next to Khanoi primary school.
Things to do and places to see in Udon Thani.
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