Ebe Dancel returns to stage with benefit gig for some very good boys and girls
MANILA, Philippines – Ebe Dancel has scaled back his public performances since he took a break from the music scene months ago, but the former Sugarfree frontman just announced that he is "happy to be back" with a benefit gig on May 24.
"Some of you have waited patiently until I was ready to play more shows again. Thank you. I think that time has come," he said in a Facebook post.
"I'm happy to be back, and this next one is for the Save The Laguna Pitbulls Sanctuary," he added, saying that he is doing "a long set."
Ebe also advised fans to come early as seats will be limited and there will be no reservations.
The gig will take place at Conspiracy in Quezon City, with tickets at P350. It will raise funds for the Save the Laguna Pit Bulls Sanctuary, which cares for and rehabilitates over a hundred pit bulls who were rescued from a dog-fighting syndicate.
Ebe announced in August 2018 that he would be taking a break in the music scene as he dealt with depression. His last major show was IISA, a joint concert with Johnoy Danao and Bullet Dumas – during which he said he experienced a panic attack in the middle of performing one of his songs.
Since then, he has played a few gigs, as well as an all-Sugarfree set for the 15th anniversary of the band's album Dramachine in March. – Rappler.com