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Juan Karlos to hold online benefit concert for PGH Medical Foundation

/ 01:19 PM August 27, 2020
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Juan Karlos (Image: Instagram/@juankarlosband)

Rock band Juan Karlos will be holding an online concert tomorrow, Aug. 28, to help raise funds for the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Medical Foundation.

The show, called “BRB,” will take place at 10 p.m, as per the group’s Instagram post yesterday, Aug. 26. Fans can view the performance via Island Record Philippines’ Facebook page.

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The group is set to perform songs from their debut album “Diwa” during the show, according to Myx. They will also be releasing the music video for their recent single “BLESS Ü” at the event.

Meanwhile, the band’s frontman, Juan Karlos Labajo, previously urged their fans to donate to the said foundation last month.

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He also said people can help the hospital’s fight against COVID-19 by listening to “BLESS Ü” since a portion of the streaming revenue will be given to the foundation. Ryan Arcadio /ra

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