In Photos: Aia, Barbie and Kitchie are the Women of Rock

This versatile bunch of multi-talented artists seems to have done it all. They performed two sold out shows at the Music Museum billed as “Secrets: A Night with Aia, Barbie and Kitchie”, the first concert was held early December of last year with a repeat performance as a post-Valentine’s celebration. AiaBarbie-Kitchie-Dec-2016-(12)

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This is the first concert they’ve team-up together that features OPM female dominance, staying power and the desire to keep making music. Alternative-rock icons Aia De Leon, Barbie Almalbis, and Kitchie Nadal are women of rock who sang their hearts out, played OPM favorites, and everything the crowd wanted them to perform live.

The recently held concert was packed with great news, good vibes and amazing moments — Kitchie shared the joy of being an expectant mother, Barbie showed a video montage of her kids as she sang a song she’s written for them, while Aia serenaded the audience with her song “Sundo” accompanied only by her acoustic guitar. The concert was also attended by singer-songwriter Ebe Dancel who collaborated with Barbie for the song, “Wag Ka Nang Umiyak.”

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Urbandub Fans Reminisce Through ‘Endless Revisited’

Can you imagine a jam-packed place with all of the Dubistas singing and reminiscing with Gab & John’s acoustic performance? It happened at the intimate venue Music Museum last May 27, 2016 when they stripped down Urbandub hits in celebration of the successful release of the “Urbandub: Endless” DVD, released under MCA Music.EndlesUrbandub-Endless-Revisited-(3)

They mesmerized the crowd with an explosive set in synchronized acoustic that brought together almost all of their hits, as well as familiar songs from the last 15 years. It began with songs from bands Sirens and Autotelic. Gab and John also shared the stage with Russel Manaloto on bass. These guys left us more memories and had us craving for all that what we love and miss about the band in a toned-down song arrangements.

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