“Once I like a particular song or sound, regardless of the genre, then that’s it. I would love the song or artist. Although, I pretty much diverted from the trend all the time.” This is something that Bullet Dumas shares in a Bio by Francis S. Reyes. Wearing two hats as a math teacher by day and singer/songwriter at night, Bullet has smoothly combined his talents for both to create the sound that he calls his own; a sound that he is distinctly known for.
Like some of us, Bullet learning songs from the OPM bands of the 90’s – Rivermaya and The Eraserheads – and moved on to writing songs in High School. Come college, he would be invited by a friend to front their band, Pruweba. In 2009, he took part in the 7101 Music Nation Elements Singer/Songwriter Camp where he was received with the sweetest applause he’s ever heard, sharing: “Simply put, without Elements, I am nobody.”
With a growing reputation for his live performances, Bullet is taking part in Stages Sessions. A string of acoustic performances that happen at the 26th Bistro by Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig on October 25 with no cover chage. Bullet is sure to electrify the crowd with his unique musicianship and songwriting. If you can’t make the 5PM show on the 25th, Bullet’s performance will also be released on YouTube via the Stages Sessions channel.
You can also follow everything that happens that day by using the hashtag #StagesSessions.