William Beckett, Every Avenue, and There for Tomorrow to perform live in Manila on June 12

by Nerisa Almo
Jun 11, 2012

American rock musician William Beckett, and pop rock bands Every Avenue and There for Tomorrow will perform live for their Pinoy fans on Independence Day, June 12, at the Sky Dome of SM North Edsa, Quezon City.

Members of the two bands met with their fans and local media, including PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), at a press conference prepared by Dayly Entertainment at Crowne Plaza Manila hours after arriving in the country on June 11.

William was unable to attend since he had not yet arrived at the country at the time of the press con.

Every Avenue and There for Tomorrow thanked their Filipino fans, since their support and clamor prompted concert producers to mount a concert for them in the country.

In return, the two groups answered questions from their fans and posed for photos with them.

Although they have become popular in America and other countries, the band members of Every Avenue and There for Tomorrow pointed out that they never thought they would be popular in various parts of the world.

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There for Tomorrow’s lead vocalist Maika Maile told their followers, "I don’t think any of us will ever think we’re famous. We just love doing this.

“It’s just amazing to be here, halfway across the whole world and have the love and support of the people that we would never even imagine to come in contact.”

On the other hand, Every Avenue’s drummer Dennis Wilson believed that, “The important matter is there is no difference between the guy sitting up here and everybody down there. No one’s any better than anybody else.”

Sing along with William Becket, Every Avenue, and There for Tomorrow as they perform their hit singles at the Sky Dome, SM North Edsa tonight, June 12.

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