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- Eve Pancharoen (born 7 August 1981), better known by her stage name Palmy, is a Thai-Belgian pop singer. She has recorded and released several albums including concert DVDs on the GMM Grammy label beginning with her self-titled solo debut, Palmy, in 2001. Palmy has explored a variety of popular music styles on each of her four solo albums, and has collaborated with the Thai ska band T-Bone to create experimental renditions of her hits (see Flower Power Concert and The Acoustic Album.) Though her solo recording was Beautiful Ride in 2006, she continues to perform live with T-Bone, and appears as a guest vocalist at other concerts and music festivals. She is primarily successful in Asian countries (especially Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and Korea), but she has also performed in Australia and the UK. Palmy was born Eve Pancharoen on 7 August 1981 to multiethnic parents Ã¢Â€Â“ her mother is Thai and her father Belgian. She was raised for 12 years in Bangkok and then moved to Sydney, Australia for five years. Palmy returned to Bangkok when she was 18 years old. Palmy became interested in music while she was studying her primary level at Pra Mae Marie (St. Louise) Ã¢Â€Â“ a Catholic school- in Bangkok. She was selected as a guitarist of music band of the school for two years. After moving to Sydney, Palmy attended Holy Cross College to study music and art. Palmy used singing as a medium to practice her English at that time. Palmy also took singing lessons at Australian Institute of Music to improve her singing skills. She was a solo singer for school graduation concert with her close friend playing classical piano at her school's church. It was surprising for those attending the concert and they convinced that she should have a career in music industry. Palmy realized her passion in music and that she wanted to become a professional singer.