The corner of the street was suddenly like an extension of 70’s bistro. Aside from Cynthia Alexander, there was Johnny Alegre, CJ Wasu, Eddie Boy Escudero, Louie Talan and some music fans who seemed to have known that Cynthia was there. They were in slight disbelief on the number of people who came at the Bistro, thinking on how even the band can get through such a huge crowd. It was already the 2nd to the last of her send-off series.
From a somewhat melancholic night, as it was the last night of Karl Roy’s wake, seeing the usual smile of Ebe Dancel as he got up on stage was like a breath of fresh air.