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New Film Explores Cambodia's Forgotten 1960s Rock Scenei
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January 16, 2014 4:20 PM
Musicians who survived Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime reunited over the weekend, playing onstage again for fans old and new. The open-air concert at Phnom Penh's Chaktomuk Theater followed a private screening of "Don't Think I've Forgotten", a documentary about Cambodia's rock 'n' roll scene from the 1960s. Rick Valenzuela reports for VOA from Phnom Penh.

New Film Explores Cambodia's Forgotten 1960s Rock Scene

Published January 16, 2014

Musicians who survived Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime reunited over the weekend, playing onstage again for fans old and new. The open-air concert at Phnom Penh's Chaktomuk Theater followed a private screening of "Don't Think I've Forgotten", a documentary about Cambodia's rock 'n' roll scene from the 1960s. Rick Valenzuela reports for VOA from Phnom Penh.


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