Lou Bonnevie celebrates 30th year with a cause

OPM rocker Lou Bonnevie

OPM rocker Lou Bonnevie

On January 19, female rock icon Lou Bonnevie will celebrate her 30th anniversary in the music industry with a fundraising show at Century City Mall’s 12 Monkeys in Makati City.

Lou, who started her successful career in the 1980s, has been keeping herself busy with a series of environmental activities and advocacy driven shows while serving as president of Earth Day Jam Foundation, the main beneficiary of the event. Her foundation, which is very active in promoting environmental awareness, especially to the youth, is in need of funds to help sustain several activities such as tree planting-coastal clean ups and capacity building workshops for its volunteers in the very near future.

Part of the proceeds of the show will also be allotted to Aruga, a non-government organization caring for street children based in Parañaque, and specifically chosen by Lou as a group of beneficiaries.

The lady rocker promises her audience an “unforgettable night of fun, music and enjoyment” as she takes them on trip down memory lane, tackling various genres in different eras while showcasing her much distinctive voice and singing prowess.

Joining Lou on stage for her anniversary show are friends who have long collaborated with her through music and advocacies. They are Noel Cabangon, Gino Padilla, Barbie Almalbis, Basti Atardi (Wolfgang), Medwin and Eugene Marfil (True faith), and Willy Nepumoceno.

The show starts at 8 p.m. with guitar virtuoso Jerome Rico as first act.

Log on to Lou Bonnevie’s official Facebook Page for more information.


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