Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Bamboo Band officially disbanded on January 11, 2011

The Bamboo officially broke their band. The speculations started last Monday after KC Montero posted in his Twitter page saying that the Bamboo has disbanded. After two days of speculations, the late Bamboo confirmed through a long message in their website that the speculations are true. He also thanked the fans, producers and business partners for supporting them through years.

Excerpt from Bamboo Manalac's message:

We started the band 2002-2003, playing for small venues or to whoever just wanted to sit down and listen to 4 old dongs that refused to grow up and continued to do what we know we were born to do (it took me a while. I confess). No one believed in us at the start. Always with a chip on our shoulder we were able and willingly ready to prove doubters wrong. here we are 7 or 8 (to the few) years later. A lifetime in this business. Things change.
As a group we've come to the point where you have to trust your gut, your heart and your head and accept that all things change. The hardest part as always is to know when to pack it up and part ways. We've learned that this journey is not only about us but includes all who came along for the trip. Family, friends and of course our front row believers who were there for the best reason of all. To simple listen. So it didn't come easy winding down to this decision.

So here we go - It's Official- The Band - It's Over

This is not the end. We move forward for all the right reasons. This is not a sad day. Music will forever be a part of our lives and I couldn't imagine us just simple walking away. Not possible. All I see are possibilities
So to end in behalf of the band and Management, I would like to thank everybody.
This is not goodbye

Bamboo Manalac

Bamboo band was known for their songs  like "Noypi", "Hallelujah", "Masaya", "Kailan", "Muli, Much has been said" and "Tatsulok".

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