Lay PhyuPhyu Lay
Can Dar Ya Pin Lal La Minn Aw Than. lay phyu "exit" original song (Metallica live).
**spspan class="mw-headline" id="Biographie">Biographie>>
Phyu Lay was borne on May 19, 1965 in Inlay Lake, Shan State, Myanmar, together with his younger sibling Ah Nge. A Mandalay University graduate with an English major, he got to know Y Wine, one of the up-and-coming vocalists of the Iron Cross Music Group ( "a prestigious Myanmar based group.")
Finally he became a member of the Iron Cross group, which was formed by Saw Bwe Hmu, a renowned guitar player and singer. Later, Ah Nge, Myo Gyi and Y Wine were added. From his early careers Lay Phyu was succesful with his first record "Gandarya Lamin" (Desert Moon) and shaped the style of Burma's rocking metal now.
Most of his work has been influenced by Nazareth, Metallica, Van Halen, Scorpion, Dream Theatre and Bon Jovi. Phyu began his journey to glory when he was covering British Burmese tunes. Later, when he won trust and became popular in his musical careers, he began to write some of his own work.
Lay Phyu even gave new impetus to Myanmar's music industry with the copies he wrote with his colleagues from the Iron Cross. During 2008, when Cyclone Nargis hit southwestern Myanmar, Iron Cross and many other renowned performers started a song cooperation to collect donations to help the survivors restore their livelihood.
A Californian organisation supported the fundraiser and released a tune entitled "Hands with love", composed by Raggie to sensitise Myanmar's natives to the harm that local disaster can cause to people's socioeconomic and ecological health. Layout Phyu made a new movie in Ocean City, MD for his new record.
It was filmed by Danyar, a Myanmar filmmaker, in 2012. The date of publication of this tape is not yet known.