Al Mulla International Exchange Company, the leading money remittance house in Kuwait, staged for the very first time a concert by Freestyle, the renowned Philippine RnB and pop music group.
The musical concert, which was held at the American International School in Maidan Hawally , on the evenings of Friday the 20th and Saturday, 21st December, was inaugurated on the first day by the chief guest Attorney Raul H. Dado, Consul General at the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait. The second day’s performance was flagged off by His Excellency Lamberto V. Monsanto, Ambassador of Philippines to Kuwait.
The band which has proven their popularity since the early 90s through one record-busting, chart-topping album after another, once again displayed their skills during the two-day exciting performance in Kuwait. Influenced heavily by poignant sounds of rhythm and blues and colorful urban pop music, the band has been a resounding success at nearly all of their performances, both on the Philippines and international stages.
On both evenings, more than 1,200 special guests of Al Mulla Exchange were entertained to the musical bonanza. The band’s soulful music, alternating with vibrant tunes, captivated audiences on both days. The vocalists, Ava Santos, Joshua Desiderio and Mike Luis, ably supported by the trio of Rommel dela Cruz on bass, Gerald Banzon on drums and Tat suzara on the guitar, with Desiderio and Luis adding their touch on the keyboards, gave the show attendees a mesmerizing performance on both evenings.
The audiences were unequivocal in expressing their delight with Al Mulla Exchange for hosting this exciting event in Kuwait and said they hoped more Philippine stage performances would be held in the future.