Suthep Wongkamhaeng

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Suthep in 2009

Suthep Wongkamhaeng (สุเทพ วงศ์กำแหง; 12 May 1934 – 27 February 2020) was a Thai singer. He was a crooner.[1] Wongkamhaeng's style of music was known as Luk krung. He was well-known from his songs "Luk Kom pà" (Orphan), "Rak kunh Kai laen" (I'd Have Loved You Now), and "Jai pi" (My Heart).

He was named a National Artist in 1990.

He died at his home in Bangkok from problems caused from a blood infection on February 27, 2020. He was 85 years old.[2]

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  1. Fry, Gerald W.; Nieminen, Gayla S.; Smith, Harold E. (8 August 2013). Historical Dictionary of Thailand. MA: Scarecrow Press. p. 308. ISBN 9780810875258. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  2. "ปิดตำนานนักร้องเสียงขยี้แพรในฟองเบียร์ สุเทพ วงศ์กำแหง จากไปในวัย 86 ปี". 27 February 2020.