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IN PHOTOS: Celebrating 20 years of Sandwich with the ‘Under the Glow of the Satellite’ concert

Back in 1998, musicians Raimund Marasigan, Diego Castillo, Marc Abaya (later replaced by Mong Alcaraz), Myrene Academia, and Mike Dizon banded together to form the alternative rock group, Sandwich. Little did they know that this venture would result in more than a decade’s worth of legendary music.

From the iconic “Butterfly Carnival” track to their latest song, “Parang Walang Nangyari,” Sandwich inspired a generation of Pinoy rock enthusiasts to express their individuality and passion for music with catchy beats and heartfelt lyrics. The band continues to inspire fans by producing great hits to this day.

Last April 13, Sandwich kicked off their 20th anniversary in the music industry with the ‘Under the Glow of the Satellite’ concert at the Metrotent Convention Centre, Metrowalk Commercial Complex.

Here are some highlights from that epic celebration of music:

Artist Diego Mapa along with Youngsleepyboi, Ciudad, She’s Only Sixteen, Tom’s Story, and Autotelic opened the night with some of their best hits. Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Sandwich then lit up the stage with “Two Trick Pony,” “Butterfly Carnival,” and “Walang Kadala Dala.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Diego Castillo sang a few lines during the performances of “Freestyle Analog” and “Sakyan.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Mong Alcaraz showed off his guitar-playing prowess in the songs, “Betamax,” “DVDX,” and “Timelapse.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Lead vocalist, Raimund Marasigan ended the first half of the concert with “Hairpin” and “Selos.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Myrene Academia electrified the crowd with her guitar-playing skills in the tracks, “Maybe,” “New Romancer,” and “Jetlag.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Raimund Marasigan gave-in to the crowd’s energy with a performance of “Back for More,” “Take Me to the Moon,” and “Nahuhulog.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
Raimund Marasigan capped off the night with “Sunburn,” “Procrastinator,” and the all-time classic, “Sugod.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net

But just when fans thought the night was over, Sandwich came back with an encore performance like no other!

Raimund Marasigan returns to the stage with “Kagulo” and “Cheese Factor Set to 9.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net
The crowd went wild with Sandwich’s final encore song, “Pachyderm.” Photo taken by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net

Keep on rockin’ Sandwich!

“Meron lang, Betamax.” Gif created by Jester Burgos/INQUIRER.net

 

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