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He finished high diploma management major from Thonburi Commercial College. Considered to be Thailand's No. He has also acted in numerous films, on television, musicals, and in commercials. He is of Mon , Scottish and Thai descent. He was the youngest of nine siblings, and his life in the slums did not give him much of a head start, thus his childhood was filled with struggle to supplement the income of his family. As a child, he sometimes taught English to other children in the slum in exchange for 5 to 10 baht. Raised in a music-loving family, Bird McIntyre loved to sing and dance, and showcased his talents in school. While still working as a bank officer, he met the famous Thai TV producer "Kai Varayuth" who recognised Bird's talent. He reprised this role in the film adaptation, Sunset at Chaophraya.
A household name in his home country, the year-old artist -- born Apiwat Ueathavornsuk -- has expressed his affinity for and deep knowledge of Japanese pop culture and has performed many times in the country, including an upcoming first appearance at the annual Summer Sonic music festival this weekend Aug. The two musicians continued to keep in touch and got back together in the studio for Stamp's new album, collaborating on the song "Die Twice" for the project. In turn, Hiroshi has traveled to Thailand many times after meeting Stamp and has performed there with his band. Shoichi Miyake spoke with the two artists about their recent collaboration, views on the current music scenes in their respective countries, future goals and more. Billboard Japan: When did you two first meet? Stamp: Two years ago. Hiroshi: Right. We asked him to sing on our song "Good Life" from I saw him perform at a club in Tokyo and was drawn to the way he took his alternative, Beck-like influences at the base of his music and turned them into highly entertaining pop songs. I asked him right after the gig if he'd be willing to work on a song together, and he kindly accepted immediately.
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