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WATCH: Yam Concepcion plays drums to the tune of Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins songs

/ 01:47 PM April 29, 2020
Yam Concepcion

Yam Concepcion. Image: Instagram/@yamconcepcion

Actress Yam Concepcion is making the most of her time under the Luzon-wide quarantine by keeping her drumming skills sharp through practice.

The “Love Thy Woman” star has been posting several of her drum covers of rock songs on social media. Her most recent cover is that of American rock band Chevelle’s “Point #1”, as seen on her Instagram post yesterday, April 28.

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The actress also acknowledged Chevelle’s drummer Sam Loeffler and music producer Steve Albini through hashtags

This April, Concepcion also made drum covers of Nirvana’s “Serve the Servants”, The Smashing Pumpkins’s ” Zero”, Silverchair’s “Ana’s Song”, the Pixies’s “Gigantic”, Hum’s “I Hate It Too” and more.

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(messed up the last part)

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She previously had a jamming session with her brother and former bandmate Ced Concepcion.

“Ngayon lang ako nagdrums ulit,” Concepcion said on Instagram, March 17. “Nakagawa at nakapagrecord kami ni @studio222cc ng kanta in 3 hours.”

(Now is the only time I am able to play drums again. We were able to compose and record a song in three hours.)

Concepcion was the drummer for independent rock band Ursaminor. JB

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