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Pinoy: Kokoy Severino
Regarding: Kayumanggi Pinoy Rock Radio
Date: 07.12.05
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From: SEPOYKOY@aol.com
Subject: July 12 kayumanggi Pinoy rock radio in America on KPFT 90.1 FM

Greetings everyone!

I would like to invite you to listen to the kayumanggi Pinoy rock radio in America special on the Music Beyond Borders show on KPFT 90.1 FM Pacifica Radio Houston, Texas USA Tuesday July 12 from 4 to 6 am Central US time. Click http://www.kpft.org/ to hear KPFT's simultaneous webcast. I will be spinning an all-Tagalog playlist of modern Filipino music by artists such as Juan de la Cruz Band, Asin, Joey Ayala, Bayang Barrios, Grace Nono, Mike Hanopol, Eraserheads, Rivermaya, Popong Landero, Ethnic Faces, Yano, Milk n Money, Kitchie Nadal, Color It Red, Barbie's Cradle, The Dawn, The Mongols, Velcro, Blue Ketchup, Brainwash, RodSun, the Presidents and Black Eyed Peas.

I will be talking to Joey Ayala in Manila live on the air via telephone from Houston, and Mexican poet Julio Marquina will be discussing and reciting his bilingual poetry as my special guest in the studio. Also on the agenda for the program is my kayumanggi Pinoy rock World Soccer Report.

Please do not hesitate to call in to the show. We would love to hear from you - 713-526-5736 (512-JAM-KPFT) or email me at sepoykoy@aol.com and I'll give you a shout-out. ulanmaya: hey! i remember this gig... you call, you greet the entire street, classroom, barkada, staff... you're not cool if you don't get a mention ahahaha

Peace and love,

For the benefit of everyone on the kayumanggi Pinoy rock email list in various places around the world, below is the global time schedule for the kayumanggi Pinoy rock radio in America special (source: www.timeanddate.com/worldclock). If the country or US state you are living in is not listed, please let me know.

Tuesday July 12 (except where indicated otherwise):
Philippines, Singapore: 5 to 7 pm
Thailand: 4 to 6 pm
Scotland: 10 am to 12 noon
Italy, Norway: 11 am to 1 pm
Australia: 7 to 9 pm
Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, New York, New Jersey: 5 to 7 am
California, Arizona, Washington State: 2 to 4 am
Colorado: 3 to 5 am
Hawaii: 9 to 11 pm on Monday July 11
Texas, Illinois, Minnesota: 4 to 6 am


You are invited to join the World Music Collective and be a part of the rotation of radio programmers hosting Music Beyond Borders on KPFT 90.1 FM Houston, Monday through Thursday from 1 to 2 pm and Tuesdays from 4 to 6 am Houston time. We meet every Monday night at 8 at Taft Street Cafe, 2115 Taft St. just north of Fairview in the Montrose area of Houston, Texas. For more information, click http://www.musicbeyondborders.org/.


Rommel Eclarinal's latest film North of Ojinaga is screening at the 28th Asian American International Film Festival in New York City on July 21at 8:30 pm, in Rose Hall of The Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue at 70th St. in Manhattan. Like much of Rommel's work, Ojinaga is a deeply emotional film that faces and delivers realities about people struggling for identity, rights, survival and their vision of an ideal future. Shot on location in West Texas, two young immigrants in search of their dreams are smuggled across the US border from Mexico and abandoned in the vast unforgiving desert. Visually stunning and profound, Ojinaga has garnered critical praise at film festivals in Texas, California and New Mexico. For more information, click http://www.aaiff.org/ or email reclarinal@mail.utexas.edu.

Upcoming gig of kayumanggi Pinoy rock band: August 21 at Miller Outdoor Amphitheater, Houston, Texas USA, 3pm. More information about this show is forthcoming.


Kokoy's playlist of July 5:
To mark Philippine-American Friendship Day, I departed from my standard format of all-Tagalog and played a lineup of original English songs by Filipino artists to present the adaptation of American pop culture in Philippine society.

1) "Lady in White Satin" by Juan de la Cruz Band, from the album Up In Arms
2) “Glad You Are Here” by Joey Ayala, from the album Organik
3) “Life’s a Joke” by The Speaks, from the compilation Super Size Rock
4) “Eden” by Enda, from the e.p. Spacious
5) “I Will See” by Mike Hanopol, from the album Tribu Kemistri
6) “Cousin Arlene” by Diskarte Namin, from the album Diskarte Namin
7) “Cathleen’s Silhouette” by Rommel Eclarinal, from the soundtrack of the film North of Ojinaga
8) “Waiting for the Sun” by Velcro, from the album Ubod ng Lakas na Dikoryenteng Kombo
9) “Shiny Silver Jeepney” by Bobby Banduria, from the e.p. Shiny Silver Jeepney
10) “Hiroshima” by Cynthia Alexander, from the album Insomnia & Other Lullabyes

Mabuhay ang Pinoy rock!
Long live Pinoy rock!

Save The Date: 08.20.05
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From: je cacnio
Subject: Bamboo LIVE in Chicago

Save the date Aug 20, BAMBOO Live in Chicago at the Double Door in Wicker Park....


Email me or call me for tickets...


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