Michael Learns To Rock, ordinarily great known as MLTR, will fool around during a integrate of concerts in Bangladesh this October, according to a band’s central website. The Danish pop-soft stone rope that performs songs in English, uploaded sum about a arriving autumn tours opposite a creation where it shares a couple per a Bangladesh concerts.
“Regarding furloughed in a Autumn, you know that Bangladesh will occur as great as you have been additionally seeking during opportunities in Nepal, India, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia as great as most alternative countries inside of a subsequent year,” describes a band’s central site www.mltr.dk. The rope achieved in India final year.
The webpage additionally contains a print per a Bangladesh concerts with a [possible] uncover dates as great as venues along with a pretension “First Time Ever Live in Bangladesh”. According to a poster, a rope will reason a unison in Dhaka upon Oct 6, as great as an additional in Chittagong upon Oct 9.
Malaysia formed eventuality government company, Inspired Events, will prepare a tour; however, a internal organisers have been nonetheless to be revealed.
Formed in 1988, MLTR has sole over eleven million annals worldwide, especially in Asia. Their strain “Take Me to Your Heart” [which has enjoyed 6 million or some-more paid downloads] was awarded “Most downloaded singular of a year 2006”.
Its stream members have been Jascha Richter (main vocalist as great as keyboardist), Mikkel Lentz (guitarist) as great as Kåre Wanscher (drummer).
Many of a band’s songs, together with “Paint My Love”, “Sleeping Child”, “Love Will Never Lie”, “Strange Foreign Beauty” as great as “Someday” have been hugely renouned in between Bangladeshi fans.
The rope has constructed 7 college of song albums as great as albums featuring live performances as great as biggest hits, as great as is now recording a eighth college of song album. MLTR have won most awards as great as have warranted Gold as great as Platinum standing for their annals in most countries.
During a rise of their popularity, in a mid-1990s, MLTR have been described by critics to be “as great a rope as any stream large name organisation out of America or a UK”.