Sun Broadband promotes music among Filipino youth
March 13,2013 12:17 AM
Wireless internet provider Sun Broadband encourages young people all over the country to freely express themselves through the most universal language – music!
To help promote original Filipino music by showcasing local and homegrown talents, Sun Broadband recently kicked off its nationwide roadshow tours in Cebu and Davao featuring promising artists such as Mike Chan and his band from Manila, Promissory Note from University of Southern Philippines in Cebu and Muses Acoustic Band from University of Southeastern Philippines in Davao. The roadshows also aim to encourage students to join Sun Broadband Quest, the battle to be the country’s top all-original band of 2013.
The competition is open to all unsigned and amateur college bands composed of three to five members. To join, interested bands simply need to purchase any Sun Broadband product and submit their entries that include a home video of their band playing an original song and a cover of any song from their favorite artist. Deadline of entries is until June 15, 2013.
The winning band will be guaranteed P150,000 cash prize, an album produced and released by MCA Universal, own music video, and paid gigs at Sun and MCA Universal-sponsored events.
For more information, visit www.sunbroadband.ph/bandquest.
You can also catch the Sun Broadband Quest in Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Baguio and Pangasinan!
Mike Chan and his band rocking it all out at the Sun Broadband Quest roadshow!
Cebu-based Promissory Note performing at Parkmall in the Queen City of South
Muses Acoustic Band serenading the students of University of Southeastern Philippines, Davao