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My Early Mustang To Play In Thailand

German Alternative rockers My Early Mustang begin to be recognised worldwide – as they were invited to play in Thailand. The band will be playing March 18th and March 19th at the Pattaya International Music Festival.

As the band posted on their website: "We don´t know the show time yet, but hopefully we'll see a bunch of you there in front of the 'World Box'!"

Jutamas Siriwan, governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT): "The Festival will reflect the musical cooperation at the national and region level and at the same time will project the good images of Pattaya in terms of beautiful sceneries and being a world-class music festival city," she said.

The Pattaya International Music Festival 2005 is organized under the "No Boundary Music Exchange" theme that is aimed at displaying a borderless musical entertainment through the musical capabilities of various international and local stars who combine musical pleasure with understanding of variety of musical cultures.

This year the stage will be open air and carry the “Music Box” theme. It is located along the Beach Road and comprises of three parts -- "World Box" for international artists, "Love box" for Asean artists and "Peace Box" for Thai artists.

Artists for this year’s event are recruited by MTV from those who qualify as nominees of the MTV Asia Aid and those who make the top 10 in the Asian music styles, that are preferably compatible with Thai artists.

Source: Nuclear Blast

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1. PatBoone writes:

I Dont Get It, There Just A Megadeth Tribute Band, thats all they is!!!

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