Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Earthday Jam 2014 @ BGC: Environmental Awareness Through Amazing Pinoy Music

Wazzup Pilipinas!

Thank you to all the Earthday Jammers, organizers, participating artists and bands, Earth-friendly organizations, sponsors, and of course the attendees, composed of a majority of fun-loving youth, for a successful Earthday Jam 2014.

The Bonifacio Global City (BGC) literally went wild with the music of popular and emerging bands like Itchyworms, Gracenote, Gloc 9, Abra, Brownman Revival, Brat Pack and a lot of other artists, all willing and ready to help spread awareness of Earthday, made the night of April 25, 2014 another remarkable entry in the history books.

Of course, we owe it all to the efforts of Earthday Jam Foundation head Lou Bonnevie who also rocked the stage at the 9th Ave.Cor. 34th Street of Bonifacio Global City Taguig. She has never lost her youthful energy to continue to amaze the crowd with her stunning performance.

Everyone was treated to a free concert not just to promote the artists but primarily to imbed conscious awareness to the general public on the importance of environmental preservation. The group behind Earthday Jam Foundation has produced various environmental projects since the year 2000 and among them is Earthday Jam that has already ran for 12 years in celebration of the worldwide Earthday commemoration.

Christine Mercado of the Brat Pack is a true musician (Singer, Bassist, Composer and Arranger) & Audio Engineer
The Brat Pack is composed of  pianist RJ Pineda, bassist David de Koenigswarter, drummer Allan Abdulla, and vocalist Christine Mercado
Gracenote  is composed of lead vocalist Eunice Jorge, guitarista nd back-up vocal Chen Pangan, bassist Jazz Jorge and drummer EJ Picha
Vocalist Eunice giving her all playing the violin
Jugs Jugueta is lead vocalist of The Itchyworms, and also popularly known as co-host at the It's Showtime show
Pop-rock band The Itchyworms led by Jugs Jugueta on guitars and lead vocals, Kelvin Yu on bass, Chino Singson on lead guitar, and drummer/vocalist Jazz Nicolas
Lou Bonnevie is an amazing pop rock singer, songwriter, and producer who made Earthday Jam possible

A lot of attendees, mostly the youth, were present at the event
....and the crowd goes wild
Artist couple Lou Bonnevie and Toto Gentica created the foundation to promote Environmental Awareness through music, communication and the arts. The foundation has partnered with many government agencies like DENR, DOT, Climate Change Commission, Philippine Tourism Authority or TIEZA, Local Government of Quezon City, Taguig, Dumaguete and Albay, plus a lot more to create many significant projects aside form the Earthday Jam concert series.

Watch out for more photos of the rest of the artists here at Wazzup Pilipinas. Again, congratulations to the organizers of the Earthday Jam and see you again next year!

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