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KTMF bringing No Brain, Barberettes
The Korea Times Los Angeles staff
The 14th Korea Times Music Festival is bringing No Brain and Barberettes to the Hollywood Bowl on May 7.
The annual event attracts a crowd of 20,000 each year in a celebration of Korean music and culture.
The two groups will join AOA and Wheesung for an unforgettable night.
No Brain, debuted in 1997, is widely considered one of the godfathers of the Korean punk rock.
And who are the Barberettes? If you like “The Andrew Sisters” or “The Supremes,’ you’re in for a treat.
They bring the style and sound of the past into the modern age, with a Korean twist.
The Barberettes formed in 2012 in Seoul. The ladies sing classic and original songs in Korean and English.
Members Shinae An Wheeler, Grace Kim and So Hee Park provide such beautiful harmonies that once you add their music to your playlist, you’ll be singing along to “Mr. Sandman” in no time. Doo-wop fans rejoice!
Stay tuned for more lineup announcements and buy KTMF tickets at ktmf.koreatimes.com!