This month at The FCC.
Live music, from soft to hard. "When it's time to play soft we play jazz, blues, pop and when it's time to play louder or harder, we play hard rock-n-roll," says David Oreshko, the band's front man.
The "Carrying Cambodia" book launch party begins at 6 p.m. Sunday March 7. The photographers will be on hand, and copies of the book will be on sale for $22.
Filipino singer-songwriter Juram Gavero delights crowds with an energetic blend of smoky, soulful vocals and guitar-driven acoustic rock. The Filipino native plays mostly rock n' roll classics, but like every good musician, he is well-versed in the standards of other genres as well. He is comfortable playing everything from Johnny Cash to Metallica. Shows start at 7 p.m. No cover.
The Mekong Pirates are among Phnom Penh's greatest party bands, mixing rock, funk and reggae with a touch of Latino. The Pirates boast two female vocalists, an accordion player, a horn section and bongos, in addition to half a dozen other musicians. Show starts at 9 p.m. No cover.
With his iPod and a library of Latin jazz, DJ Jimmy Campbell brings the spirits of 1950s Havana to The FCC Phnom Penh, where eager couples will turn the restaurant's upstairs dining room into a dance floor. Salsa dancing typically starts about 8:30, and the more experienced dancers are always happy to dip and twirl with new followers of the craze.