Re-discovering music with Dust N' D' Attic
By spdennis54 on April 12, 2014
Christine said she was known as “kid that tagged along” with her father up until the time that she jammed with her brothers in high school.
“In reality, I had difficulty advancing as I barely read music notes and rather depended heavily on quick sound and hand muscle memory,” she said.
When not performing, Geoffrey works as a nurse at Novant Health. He's married with two kids. Ferdie works as a Network Administrator and is married with two kids and two adorable grandchildren.
Rommel and Christine have four teenage kids who take to their love of music. Jigs, who hails from Paco Manila, has a son and is still looking for his partner for life.
Rommel migrated to the US with his family in 2006 and resigned from the military. He's now the director of Home Care for CareOptima which provides in-home care services for seniors.
On kicking off their team two years ago, Dust N' D' Attic recruited a guy named Spikes who takes care of their tuning during gigs. Christine says Spike is an honorary band member.
Aside from the “Smile in Your Heart” concert of Jam Morales, Dust ‘N D Attic performed their first band gig at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) front act for Gabby Concepcion Concert.They also performed at the Dream Nightclub in Matthews, North Carolina.
They also held a charity concert for typhoon Yolanda victims at the Saloon Factory also here in Charlotte.
The band will perform covers of songs like “Noypi” by Bamboo, “Stars” by Simply Red, “Ticket to Ride” by The Beatles, “Happy” by Pharell Williams, “Ako'y sa 'Yo, Ika'y Akin” by IAxe, and “My Sharona” by the Knack on the Nonoy Zuniga concert.
The Nonoy Zuniga “Kumusta Ka” concert will be held at the UNCC McKnight Hall(Cone Center) 9201 University City Blvd,Charlotte, NC 28223.
The concert is produced by Core Visions Productions. Other performers in the concert are Rene Escarcha, Alexis Riley, Marissa Helbing, Glenda Mori and Chrystle Mactal. For inquiries call telephone numbers 585-293-3162 or 917-412-8805.
(Susan Palmes-Dennis is a veteran journalist from Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Northern Mindanao in the Philippines who works as a nanny in North Carolina. This page will serve as a venue for news and discussion on Filipino communities in the Carolinas. Read her blogs on susanpalmesstraightfrom the Carolinas.com. These and other articles also appear at http://www.sunstar.com.ph/author/2582/susan-palmes-dennis.
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