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UK rock band Little Barrie back to Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – HCMC-based Loud Minority, an organization that brings quality international acts to Vietnam, will host a concert by the UK rock & roll band Little Barrie at Cargo Bar in HCMC’s District 4 on May 27.

VietNamNet Bridge – HCMC-based Loud Minority, an organization that brings quality international acts to Vietnam, will host a concert by the UK rock & roll band Little Barrie at Cargo Bar in HCMC’s District 4 at 7:30 p.m. on May 27.



The UK band Little Barrie – Photo: Facebook of Little Barrie


It’s been two years since the first HCMC performance of the band in 2013, also hosted by Loud Minority.

Little Barrie was founded by Barrie Cadogan, one of the UK’s leading guitarists. He used to perform with British singer and lyricist Morrisey, Scottish musician, producer and record label owner Edwyn Collins, and British electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers.

He is also a member of the band Primal Scream. To be different from his small appearance and reticent attitude, Cadogan shows audiences a totally different person on stage with deep passion for rock.

The band’s latest album entitled “Shadow” has received positive feedback from the media. New Musical Express, popularly known as NME, a British weekly music journalism magazine, commented that three members of the Little Barrie take rock back to its roots. Audiences are promised to listen to Little Barrie via TV series Better Call Saul, the sequel of the popular show Breaking Bad, an American crime drama television series.

The show will take place at Cargo Bar, 7 Nguyen Tat Thanh Street in HCMC’s District 4.

The organizer offers students special tickets from VND250,000 to VND350,000 per person (early birds) and from VND350,000 to VND450,000 per ticket (at the gate on the day).

Tickets can be booked at or buy directly at Asian Kitchen at 185/22 Pham Ngu Lao Street in HCMC’s District 1.



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