This is a long overdue post. Anyway, it was my first time to watch Blue Ketchup live weeks back and thank you to Prex (their road manager) for inviting me at Hard Rock. I did an album review of their album “Kwento Pop” at TitikPilipino several months ago and did a commentary on their music video Bro here in my blog.
Blue Ketchup is Emil Miras (lead vocals), Gomer Sumilhig (rhythm guitar & vocals), Pax Alcantara (lead guitar), Bombie Almendrala (bass), Ronald Dizon (keyboards), and Levy Arago (drums).
Here’s the band history that their road manager sent me in case you wanted to learn more about Blue Ketchuo.
Blue Ketchup History
Blue Ketchup has been around since 2003, playing regularly in bars, entertaining people on their night out, and in special events. While their repertoire started mainly of covers, as the band continued to play, they started writing their own songs which they added to their set lists.
On the year 2005, record label Star Records released a compilation album which showcased three of the most promising upcoming bands, including Blue Ketchup in the music industry. The album, Graduation Day was released March of 2005 with Blue Ketchup‚Äôs debut single, Mountain Bike, entering the charts of radio stations.
Early 2007, Blue Ketchup closed a recording deal with Viva Records, and has just released their debut album, Kwento Pop, last July, with Bro, as the carrier single.
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