Three decades, numerous covers of its hits and several behind-the-scene careers later, ‘80s vocal group Neocolours finally found its way back to where it truly belongs—the concert stage.
The OPM band is finally having its aptly-titled reunion concert Tuloy Pa Rin Ang Banda at the Music Museum happening next Saturday, Nov. 16.
The band, composed of musical enthusiasts Jimmy Antiporada, Ito Rapadas, Paku Herrera, Josel Jimenez, Nino Regalado, and Marvin Querido, was formed some 32 years ago.
Despite going through separate paths since, their hits “Tuloy Pa Rin”, “Maybe”, “Kasalanan Ko Ba” and “Hold On,” among others, have managed to stay on the airwaves and even received new flavors thanks to various recording artists.
The band also boasts of having iconic collaborations with some of OPM’s biggest names like Sharon Cuneta, Jose Mari Chan, Martin Nievera, Gary Valenciano, Janno Gibbs, Ogie Alcasid, and Regine Velasquez.
Speaking on behalf of their group, Marvin Querido himself is very much excited for their reunion concert.
“It’s always good to reconnect with former bandmates, who have been like my brothers in this industry. More so for a band that has opened so many doors for us,” he said.
Having launched a new song just last year, titled “Giliw,” the legendary band has always been passionate about continuing their craft and love for OPM.
“Most of us are still very active in the music industry as tv and concert music directors, record producers and executives, session artists, arrangers, etc. Music continues to connect us even outside of the band,” Querido said about their individual pursuits following their group’s disbandment.
For what it’s worth, Neocolours’ fans will definitely be having a good trip down the memory lane in Tuloy Pa Rin Ang Banda, which will be directed by Frank Lloyd Mamaril.Jett Pangan, Nicole Asensio, and Jamie Rivera are the special guests.
For tickets, visit ticketworld.net or contact Maris at (+639) 66 891 5560.
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