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FHM Sessions: Ben&Ben Performs 'Maybe The Night'

Here’s something for this cold, December evening
by Khatrina Bonagua | Dec 26, 2017
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Before the release of Cynthia Alexander's new album this 2018 happens, her very special guest, folk-pop band Ben&Ben, is here to give an exclusive performance for FHM nation.

The nine-man band consists of Paolo and Miguel Guico, Poch Barretto on electric guitar, Jam Villanueva on drums, Agnes Reoma on bass, Patricia Lasaten on keyboards, Toni Muñoz and Andrew de Pano on percussions, and Keifer Cabugao on violin. The talented performers graced the premises of Resorts World Manila for a special performance, and of course, to talk to FHM.com.ph about their music, their journey, and the upcoming concert.

 

Before getting to know them better, here’s a sneak peek of what Ben&Ben has prepared for all their fans out there. To learn more about Ben&Ben, wait for our exclusive interview, which will come out in the following weeks. Right now, enjoy a taste of their soothing tunes. 

Producer Khatrina Bonagua Co-Producer Ian Urrutia Multimedia Producers Lian Hammer Dumas and Jham Mariano Sound Director Aeus Reyes Art Director Echo Antonio Photograher Dairy Darilag Stylist Debra Bernales Special Thanks To Resorts World Manila, Anya Ong, Eli Valdeabella, Patrick Papa, and Ria Red of Sindikato Productions Venue Lumina: Walkway of Lights, Resorts World Manila

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