Lou Bonnevie at Strumms

The country’s top female pop-rock singer-songwriter-producer Lou Bonnevie celebrates her anniversary in Philippine showbiz with a benefit show on Nov. 15, 8 p.m. at Makati’s premier social bar, Strumm’s on Jupiter St.. 

Dubbed Happy Woman, she will be performing songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s and some from her iconic favorite female songwriters encompassing the current and the previous decades.

pop-rock Lou Bonnevie stages anniversary concert
The audiences will be treated to the classics of Janis Joplin, Carole King, Carly Simon, and Bonnie Tyler  spiced up with hits of Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morisette, and Lady Gaga. 

Furthermore, Lou will be jamming with friends Barbie Almalbis, Noel Cabangon, Radha, and Gino Padilla.  

Expect a night of surprises as they unleash collaborations that range from OPM, soul, environmental ditties and music from the 80’s circa. The show’s overall direction is by Toto Gentica.

As part of the “happy woman” concept, inspirational messages will be flashed during the show from iconic women in various fields essaying their commitment to happiness. 

The show is presented by Dimitri productions and Creative Minds & JNA Events in association with Strumms with support from the New San Jose Builders,Inc., Divina Law, Bright Maritime Corporation, David’s Salon, Home Matters, Shinagawa  Lasik and Aesthetics and Business Mirror.  Proceeds of the show will go to Earthday Jam Foundation Inc. and Rotary Club outreach programs.

For more info, call 0995-9220136 and like Lou Bonnevie Facebook fan page. 


Topics: lou-bonnevie , strumms , Barbie Almalbis , Noel Cabangon , Radha , Gino Padilla , Janis Joplin , Carole King , Carly Simon , Bonnie Tyler

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