On April 18, 2015, Lucille will be performing at the R.O.X. Outdoor Festival at the Bonifacio High Street Central Amphitheater. The band will be representing Hurley. They will be performing a 1-hour set that starts at 7:00 p.m. There will also be performances from Indio I, who will be representing Quiksilver and Lena McKenzie, representing Roxy. Aside from this concert, there will be other activities such as a film showing and a photography contest. There will also be sports competitions such as Mountain Climbing, Mountain Athletics, Bouldering and other outdoor sports events. The R.O.X. Outdoor Festival is actually a two-day event that will end on April 19, 2015.
Lucille is a five-man grunge band currently active in the Philippine underground scene. Aside from their heavy, guitar-oriented original compositions, they usually “grungified” renditions of pop songs such as Tina Turner’s What’s Love Got to do with it and Zed’s Clarity. They are recently recording a self-produced album which is scheduled for release by late this year.
Two of the members of the band are lawyers.
Lucille’s lead vocalist is Atty. Andre de Jesus, a litigation lawyer, a debate coach and a professor in the De La Salle University. And of course, the band’s bassist is a certain Atty. Don Carlo Ybanez — trial lawyer, musician, photographer and Trial Trendy author. The other members of the band are likewise professionals. Their lead guitarist, Lian Cayco, is an architect. Lucille’s second guitarist, Robert Kee, is an engineer by profession. Their drummer, Jon Pacuan, is a youth pastor.
For complete details about the R.O.X. Outdoor Festival, please visit the Facebook page of R.O.X. Philippines: www.facebook.com/roxphilippines.
For more details about Lucille, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/Lucille