CHARICE WORLD TOUR 2014
“The Voice” Finalist
CHARICE PICKS UP 3 MORE DATES IN CONNECTICUT & HAWAII!!!
Catch the Filipina singing phenom in the following cities:
● JUNE 14 MOHEGUN SUN CASINO
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd Uncasville CT 06382
Contact: Inday Tiro (203) 804-1661/Marlou Tiro (289) 213-1276; email@example.com
● JULY 12 MAGIC OF POLYNESIA SHOWROOM—WITH SPECIAL GUEST: DR. TESS MAURICIO
Holiday Inn Waikiki-Beachcomber Resort 2300 Kalakaua Ave Honolulu HI 96815
Contact: Via Vanhokben: firstname.lastname@example.org
● JULY 13 MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER
Castle Theater One Cameron Way Kahului HI 96732
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OPRAH WINFREY called her “the most talented girl in the world.” Super producer David Foster (Andre Bocelli, Celine Dion and Whitney Houston) called her his favorite singer. Josh Groban said she possesses one of the most beautiful voices he’s heard in a long time. “When that girl opens her mouth, angels fly out,” gushed “Glee” executive producer Ryan Murphy. Bruno Mars and Nick Jonas wrote songs for her. And Michael Jackson wanted her for his planned last tour. She’s sang with Celine Dion and Andre Bocelli. She’s sang for President Obama and the Los Angeles Dodgers. She’s been in Oprah’s and Ellen Degeneres’ TV shows, and ”Glee.” Her tiny, baby-face appearance belies a high-voltage voice and a fearless spirit that allows her to sing “big songs at a tender age” (New York Post)—indeed, Charice is a certified talent.
Her first international studio album, Charice, debuted at No. 8 at Billboard’s Top 200—the first Asian to land in the Top 10. Her single “Pyramid” charted in a number of countries, and Charice performed it live on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” (Guesting in that episode was another YouTube-discovered young singer—Justin Bieber). In 2011, she released her second international album, Infinity, featuring “Before It Explodes,” written by Grammy winner Bruno Mars, and “One Day,” co-written by Nick Jonas. In 2012, Charice became a judge in the top-rating Philippine version of “The X Factor.” Now she is finishing her album in Los Angeles and currently working through her first ever World Tour. Catch Charice in this major musical event for 2014. If you have any questions, please contact Vic Perez of V Entertainment at (818) 458-9258 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.ventertainment.biz.
Cooky Chua, Jet Pangan, Wency Cornejo & Gary Ignacio—with Introvoys
V ENTERTAINMENT in cooperation with Victory Autos and MTS Law presents “Mga Bokalista Ng Mga Banda Ng Dekada Nubenta” on August 1, 2014 at 7:30 pm at Beyond the Stars Palace, 417 N Brand Blvd Glendale CA 91203.
This all-star concert gathers the lead vocalists of the most influential Philippine bands in the 1990s—
Cooky Chua, Jet Pangan, Wency Cornejo and Gary Ignacio—backed by Introvoys, another popular group of that fabled decade.
Jett Pangan sang lead vocals for The Dawn, which had several hits in the late 1980s to early 1990s and, and whose popularity helped fuel the rock band revival of the 1990s. The group released 15 albums and 20 hits including “Enveloped Ideas,” “I Stand With You,” “Love Will Set Us Free,” “Salamat,” and “IIsang Bangka Tayo.” After The Dawn disbanded in 1995, he formed the Jett Pangan Group that is still active and has released two albums. He also hosts the TV show “Myx Live” and acts in the musical theater.
Wency Cornejo was the lead vocalist and chief songwriter of After Image, which was active in the 1990s and released four albums (including a reunion album in 2008). The group was behind the hits “Habang May Buhay,” “Next in Line” and “Mangarap Ka.” After Image disbanded in 2001 and Cornejo pursued a solo career and released a number of hits, including “Hanggang” and “Magpakailanman.”
Cooky Chua is the lead vocalist and co-founder of Color It Red, which went from underground favorite to platinum-selling act in just five years. Color It Red won an Awit Award (Philippine Grammys) for Best New Artist in 1996, and Chua won the Golden Voice of Asia award in Hanoi in 1998. She has also found acclaim as an actress, whose credits include Lean, A Filipino Musical (1997), Melancholia (2008), Muli (2010) and Bituin (2002).
Gary Ignacio was the lead vocalist of Alamid, which released five albums, four for the Warner music label. Their biggest hit, “Your Love,” won Song of the Year in the 1995 NU 107 Rock Awards. Formed in 1987, it is one of the few bands from their generation that is actively performing. But their greatest tribute perhaps came from Jon Bon Jovi, who reportedly cancelled an engagement when he was in Manila to watch Alamid perform in Mayric’s, a dive in the working class district of Sampaloc..
Introvoys is also known for its longevity, having been formed in 1986 and continuing to perform to the present, with two original members (drummer Paco Arespacochaga and vocalist Jonathan Buencamino). From the underground scene, Introvoys broke into the mainstream with their first album Back to the Roots, which produced their first hit, “However Which Way,” that paved the way for a national tour. More hits followed, including“Calling All Nations,” “Will I Survive,” “Di Na Ako Aasa Pa,” and “Line to Heaven”—cementing the band’s popularity in the airwaves and concert scene. Introvoys has released eight albums.
Tickets are at $60 and $100 (VIP). VIEW SEATING CHART HERE
For tickets and information, contact V Entertainment at (818) 458-9258, (818) 638-3212 or email@example.com