The best blues and rock n’ roll hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s, from Elvis Presley, Chubby Checker, James Brown to The Beatles and more, will fill up the air and bring you back in time as the British band, The Dekaydz, based from Manchester, England, is all set to have its concert here live with full band set-up this coming Saturday, September 26, at the Bohol Wisdom School Gym, starting at 7:30 pm.
The Dekaydz, composed of Mike Roberts (main vocals), Paul Davis (rhythm guitar/vocals), and Trevor Shipston (lead guitar/vocals), is expected to play favorite blues and rock n’ roll songs from popular artists in the 50s, 60s and 70s, and also those not familiar ones like Pat Boone, Troggs, Dion, and more. Veteran musicians Ariel Fullido and Noel Olbes of CenterStage band will reinforced the band as session drummer and bassist, respectively.
Guest performers are Soul Jammers, Cymatics, Frances Montejo and more; while Ferome Almiñe will host the said event. Event director Abby Gabutina said that tables, beers, softdrinks and other pulutan are available inside the gym. She added that the gross proceeds of the show will go to charitable institutions.
Tickets are now available at P350 (VIP), and P200 (general admission). Ticket outlets are Tarsier Travel & Tours, Metro Centre Hotel (ground floor), Boykos Delicatessen (Mayacabac, Dauis), Tagbilaran City Square and Island City Mall (Sept. 20-25); or you may contact the event director/producer Abby Gabutina at 09063479400, or 091005855285.
Major sponsors are Island City Mall, Alturas Mall, Plaza Marcela, KFC, The Bohol Chronicle, DYRD, KISS 102.3 FM, Tagbilaran City Square, and Bohol Bee Farm.
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