2019 Rockin' Summer Party
ROCKIN' 60S MINI-CONCERT AT THE SUNSHINE PLACE
As part of its 5th Anniversary celebrations, the Sunshine Place recently treated its members to Rockin’ 60s party. Reminiscing to the music of their youth with the Rockin' 60s Band, members were swinging and dancing the night away.
The Rockin' 60s Band’s repertoire of classic rock and roll, jukebox music takes their audience down to memory lane with popular and hard-to-find and not-so-heard songs from yester-years. With their music, they truly brought the sunshine in to members and guests.
Band members include Titus Santiago, a corporate executive turned entrepreneur, who also happens to be the ‘Ricky Nelson of the Philippines’; Weng Eraña, a culinary school graduate who caters parties and sings with popular bands; songwriter Dero Pedero, who composed the iconic SM “We’ve got it all for you.” jingle. Cathy Castañeda has been a member of various bands over four decades and is currently with Tonyboy Cojuangco’s Glass Onion Band; while versatile singer Boy Najarro is the band’s newest member.
Rockin' 60s Band members (from left) Boy Najarro, Dero Pedero, Cathy Castañeda, Weng Eraña and Titus Santiago recently had a rockin' summer mini-concert at Sunshine Place.
(At the back, L-R): Connie Panlilio and Vivian Yuchengco enjoyed the summer mini-concert of Rockin' 60's Band at the Sunshine Place. With them are: (front seat, L-R) Corito Lim and Gayle Yabut.
RFM Corporation and Swift Foods, Inc. Chairman Jose S. Concepcion Sr.
Sunshine Place member Edgar Young dancing with Rockin' 60s dance instructor Fhey Flores.
Sunshine Place's artist Gloria Pe.
Sunshine Place members Ma. Vicenta Naval and husband Cosme Naval.
(L-R) Sunshine Place members Flor Braid, Evelyn Sy, Meliza Gonzales and Erlinda Flores with Marketing Manager Cris Moreno-Cruz.
Lourdes Vanasco and Dorothy Tay
Linda Francisco and Manelle Jose
Cherry Novera and (seated) Angie Delas Alas.
President of Arts Association of the Philippines, Fidel Sarmiento and Sunshine Place's acrylic students (at the back, L-R) Loida Tan and Meliza Gonzales.