Category: Sound Trip
Last night, we were able to watch Ely Buendia’s solo major concert at the Music Museum. What’s special about this concert is that it’s backed up by a 15-piece orchestra! The show started with “Alapaap” and ended with “Ang Huling El Bimbo”. Ely Buendia’s recent concert has a balanced song selection. Some songs featured are
It was my first time to watch a gig in Tiendesitas last night. Apparently, it’s the 7th anniversary of Tiendesitas. Aside from Wolfgang, Electric Sala, Razorback, and Chickoy Pura, Zach Lucero and Francis Reyes performed too. By the way, Wolfgang has released an album entitled “Ang Bagong Dugo sa Lumang Ugat”. It’s available in iTunes!
Oishi OWow and RockEd Philippines had a flash gig in Glorietta Food Choices last September 26. I’ve learned about the flash gig in Twitter. Just like the Flash Mob, the flash gig is supposed to be surprised and no one except for the people involved should know about it. Anyway, I guess it must be
Last Wednesday, I got a chance to go to a CCP Master Class with Act of Congress. Before Act of Congress went to Manila for the CCP master classes and a series of public performances, they went to Thailand. They taught Bluegrass (a sub-genre of country music according to Wikipedia) to Bangkok students. Check out
Last August 3, 2012, Ely Buendia had a concert at Hard Rock Cafe, Makati. It’s a benefit concert for the building of A. Mabini Youth Center. Hard Rock Cafe was packed with people and I’m happy to be there because I was not only able to see Ely Buendia perform one of my favorite songs
I received a message from Chino David, Silent Sanctuary’s violinist that they will be releasing a new single soon! I just played the pre-release copy of the single entitled “Paalam”. “Paalam” is a song on saying on goodbye to a relationship. The lyrics are simple and straightforward with a very clear message that strikes you
Audience shows some love for Death Cab for Cutie I’m actually way behind in posting this. I have missed a lot of bands in my foreign acts to see bucket list but I would definitely not miss seeing Death Cab for Cutie live. I was not able get the best spot however, thanks to my
Dong Abay It’s always a pleasure for me to go to gigs organized by Rocked Philippines because we’re not only there for the music, we’re also there to support a cause. It was held at Route 196 (along Katipunan Ave). The highlight for me that night was when Dong Abay performed.