Golf & Mike Hot Thai Singer & Hot Asian Idol star
Golf & Mike were recruited into the G-Junior project by GMM Grammy, Thailand's biggest entertainment company in 2002. The brothers were trained in singing, dancing, acting, and some other classes for 4 years before finally debuting as artists in November 2005 in their self-titled album, "Golf-Mike". The album contains several hits including Bounce, Ruang Lek Kaung Tur, Ta Lok Dee, Yah Len Bab Nee & Epilogue.
In February 2006, Golf-Mike won their first ever award from the Seed Awards 2006 for "Seed Most Popular Artist of the Year". In March, they were able to hold their first solo concert, "Golf-Mike Let's Bounce Concert" at Thunder Dome with an audience of 5,000 people.
In June 2006, Golf-Mike was awarded "Best Breakthrough Artist" from the Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards 2006. Later that month, they showed up in Japan forming Johnny's Entertainment's first ever international unit, Kitty GYM along with popular J-pop figure, Tomohisa Yamashita. "GYM", stands for Golf, Yamashita and Mike, respectively with "Kitty" standing for the backup dancers. They released one single, "Fever To Future" as an official supporter of the Women's Volleyball World Grandprix. The single ranked #1 on the Oricon charts.
At the end of August, Golf and Mike teamed up with other G-Junior boys including Chin, Guy, Happy, Madiow, J, Nut, Ken, and Ice as a group called "G-JR" (read as G-J-R) releasing an album, "10 Club".In September 2007 GOLF&MIKE released a Korean version of their "One By One" album under SM Entertainment. It contains two bonus tracks sung in Korean.
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