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Here's What Your Favorite '90s Rock Icons Look Like Now
All hail the kings of rock and roll
by Khatrina Bonagua | Mar 30, 2017
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Last week, we took a trip down memory lane and revisited some of our favorite foreign emo artists from way back. Now, it’s time for the rockin’ and rollin’ local musicians to steal the spotlight.  Are they still jumping into moshpits? Are they still headbanging? Where are they now? Here’s what we found out.

1) Dong Abay of Yano

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Dong has his hands full with the following endeavors: Abay School of Songwriting (A.S.S.), Dong Abay Music Organization (D.A.M.O.), and Dong Abay Music In Tees (D.A.M.I.T.)

2) Glenn Jacinto of Teeth

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Glenn is currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He still performs as a solo artist and has various shows in Hollywood.

3) Noel Palomo of Siakol

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Siakol is still… Siakol. Noel and the band are still active in the music scene. They also started touring outside the country, entertaining Filipinos around the world with their hit songs.

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4) Basti Artadi of Wolfgang

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The Wolfgang vocalist is currently busy with his new band, Plan of Fools. Earlier this year, he underwent a successful surgery for his Schwannoma (benign nerve sheath tumor).

5) Dodong Cruz of The Youth

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Dodong is not active in the music scene as of late. If you miss the man, the video above shows him singing a The Cure favorite.

6) Kevin Roy of Razorback

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Kevin Roy teamed up with Kessenth Cheng of Bouncin’ Bebe Boys for a new music duo called G.A.P. (Guilty Acoustic Pleasures). The band covers classic and contemporary rock with an eccentric twist.

7) Stephen Lu of Rizal Underground

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The “Sabado Nights” singer is currently the vocalist for the Rockoustic Blues Experiment and a producer at Loudhouse Music Enterprise.

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