James Blunt performed his Some Kind of Trouble concert at the Impact Arena at Muang Thong Thani in Nonthaburi, Bangkok. For international and Thai fans alike, this was surely the perfect opportunity to experience the unique music talent of an extraordinary artist. I hope all you fans got to see the show, and if not, be sure not to miss the next concert when James is back.
I'm sure that you as a fan are well aware that James has a huge universal following and that he has already wowed scores of cheering devotees with his internationally sold-out live shows, not to mention all the many millions of albums and hit singles sold.
Some of the songs reached the number one spot in the charts worldwide. Fans can expect the next concert in Bangkok to also be a truly spectacular show of note as well as a world class event.
Many of you will recall that James the singer, songwriter and later ladies man, first burst onto the music scene in 2004 with his debut album called Back to Bedlam. The album went on to become an all-time international favourite and included hit songs such as High and Goodbye My Lover.
Back to Bedlam sold well over 10 million copies globally with the hit single You're Beautiful, smashing the top ten spot in a number of countries as well as topping the music charts in countless others.
Blunt became the second British artist to make it to the number one
spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The only other artist to have
reached this pinnacle was Elton John for his 1997 hit song Candle in The Wind.
After the Back to Bedlam album, James produced a second album in 2007 entitled All the Lost Souls.
The album went on to smash right through the charts at the number one
spot in ten countries and sold over five million copies globally. Many
of you may remember the hit song 1973 from that album as well as others such as Same Mistake and Carry You Home.
His latest album entitled Some Kind of Trouble and the name given to his worldwide tour is a collaboration between the singer-songwriter and Ryan Tedder from the group One Republic. Hit tracks such as Stay the Night and So Far Gone are said to be the beginning of a new chapter for James.
and other songs from his previous recording were heard at the
Bangkok concert. I am sure James still has a long way to go with more albums and concerts to follow. Wishing him all the best.
There are a number of ways to get to the Impact Arena other than using private transport, though that can also be arranged. On call are public taxis, buses and minibuses. Within the grounds of the Impact Arena there is a complimentary Inter-Fairground shuttle service should you require it. See the Bangkok Concert Guide for details on all the types of transport available to and from the Impact Arena. Included is a map of the area.
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