Experience Michael Jackson's Music with Kenny Wizz Live in GenSan

THERE'S BEEN a lot of buzz in the south lately with a series of big time concerts being staged here. I've been to some of these recent events, thanks to free tickets from Sir Avel of GenSan Online Magazine.

And there is one more big event coming up, which I definitely should not miss.

This time, Michael Jackson tribute artist, Kenny Wizz, is coming to GenSan for the Philippine Tour of The Michael Jackson Concert in GenSan happening on May 2, 2010 at the Lagao Gymnasium.

Kenny Wizz is a lucky guy who got the looks, the voice, and the moves of the music icon, Michael Jackson. He has been impersonating MJ in his early twenties and his every performance has always captivated his audience.

For all of us who never had the chance to see Michael Jackson perform live, let Kenny Wizz allow us to experience the king of pop. I'm sure he would not have lasted this long in the business had his craft fallen short of Michael Jackson's glory. That makes the question, "Why is Watching the Michael J Tribute Concert a Must?" irrelevant.

This concert is being brought to us by JeTV Channel 43 and Digital Detours, Inc. Ticket prices are at Php 800, Php 500, and Php 200 only.

See you there!


Charice's Pyramid climbs up the 7th Spot on Billboard Dance/Club Chart

NOT SO long after its release, Charice's single, Pyramid, featuring IYAZ, reached the 7th spot in Billboard's Dance/Club chart and it continues to gain popularity.

Pyramid is part of Charice's self-titled debut album in the US that is set to be released on May 11th on Oprah.

In an interview with USmagazine.com, Charice said that she's happy that finally her fans could soon get a copy of her first album in the US. For sure, her millions of followers all over the world would rush to get a copy of Charice's album on the day of its release.

Meanwhile, here's the official video of Pyramid by Charice featuring Iyaz:

Charice Ft Iyaz Pyramid Lyrics 

Dashboard Confessional Live in Manila Concert

MILLIONS OF Pinoy fans must have been waiting for this.

Finally, Dashboard Confessional is coming to Manila and it's happening on the 27th of May at the Trinoma Mall.

I was not a big DC fan. I have been hearing the music over the radio but I haven't been paying much attention. Until I met friends who introduced me to its music. And I started loving every song I listened to.

My favorites include:
1. Stolen
2. Belle of the Boulevard
3. Alter the Ending
4. Hands Down
5. Everybody Learns from Disaster

If only I live in the metro, I would definitely go to the concert. The prices are fairly affordable, especially for the early birds:

EARLY-BIRD (Until May 3, 2010 only)

VIP PhP 3,256.00 (Reserved Seating)
Gold PhP 2,432.00 (With Seats – FCFS)
Silver PhP 1,236.00 (Standing)
Bronze PhP 580.00 (Standing)

REGULAR (Starting May 4, 2010)

VIP PhP 4,070.00 (Reserved Seating)
Gold PhP 3,040.00 (With Seats – FCFS)
Silver PhP 1,545.00 (Standing)
Bronze PhP 725.00 (Standing)

As a bonus, here is a video of Dashboard Confessionals' Belle of the Boulevard

Dashboard Confessional Live in Manila


Christian Bautista's 'Constant Change' Concert comes to GenSan

EVEN AS a kid, I have always loved music.

My brother used to run a KTV bar, just beside our house. When there weren’t many customers, we would take turns singing songs—played on the VHS player then, so you wouldn’t have much song choices; you get to sing what’s in the tape. He’s got a collection of Standard English and OPM tapes, which we would to sing over and over again until I could almost memorize the songs.

I was just six then and the employees of the nearby SOCOTECO II sub-office, who used to chill out at my brother’s place every afternoon, were quite amazed and they would ask me to sing for them. They would choose OPM and one of their favorites was Jose Mari Chan’s Constant Change. Now that I haven’t sung it for ages and don’t hear it played frequently on the radio anymore, I could hardly remember the right lyrics but definitely, the melody is immortal.

You know that a song is a good one if it could stand the test of time and if it is worth recording again. A very talented composer and lyricist, Jose Mari Chan has written plenty of beautiful songs, which current Asian Pop Prince Christian Bautista brought closer to the hearts of the younger generation all over Asia. And did Christian give justice to Chan’s music!

Although he landed only 2nd runner-up in the first Star in a Million talent search on ABS-CBN in 2003, Christian Bautista made it big in the music scene. Modesty aside, in terms of popularity and number of followers, he has achieved even bigger than the grand winner. Thanks to his sweet voice and enchanting charm that swept ladies in the Southeast Asian region off their feet.

This weekend, Christian is going to serenade the southerners with Chan’s music. Christian Bautista is going to have a concert at the Lagao Gymnasium on April 23, 2010. The “Christian Bautista’s 'Constant Change' GenSan Concert” sponsored by Drumbeat Ventures, Starbright Office Depot, Vertical Builders, DGO Depot and the Office of the City Mayor of GenSan.

Find out more on GenSan News Online Mag.

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