Noel Cabangon gets first-sold out concert

Noel Cabangon, the former member of the folk-rock group Buklod, is very busy nowadays with television appearances and promotional work aside from regular club gigs.

Only recently, the 48-year-old musician got his first sold-out concert at the Music Museum, titled “Tuloy ang Byahe,” which he performed for the Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) Endowment Fund campaign, “50@50.”

Cabangon said he was very happy about the positive response of the show that prompted Peta to hold  a two-day repeat concert dubbed “Tuloy ang Byahe Ngayong Pasko” at the Peta Theater Center in Quezon City on Dec. 13 and 14.

The singer will perform his own compositions, classic OPM songs, and including songs for the upcoming holidays. His special guests include Ogie Alcasid, Aiza Seguerra, Gloc-9, Jim Paredes and Boboy Garovillo.

Cabangon, who was born on Christmas Day, added that he wants to help Peta happy for its continuing effort to build the endowment fund.