Other News

More news for your entertainment

Legendary duo Air Supply takes Santa Rosa on May 31

Iconic Australian duo Air Supply takes us back to the 80’s for a special one-night show on 31 May 2018 at the Santa Rosa Sports Coliseum in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. This year’s Philippine concert is the first of several shows part of their Over Asia 2018 Tour following dates all over Canada and the United States.

Still supplying the classic hits 43 years since the release of their debut album, singer-songwriter and guitarist Graham Russell and lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock celebrate their trademark soft rock sound by serenading us once again with their massive catalog of evergreen love songs.

Air Supply began its humble musical journey opening for Rod Stewart back in Australia and eventually across North America and Canada, breaking through a whole new U.S. audience. Subsequent to their fourth studio record, Life Support, was the success of many beloved songs, including “Lost in Love” which unexpectedly rose to Top 10 in Australia. Their refreshing take on soft rock music somehow found its way to the distinguished Arista Records in New York. Immediately after the duo signed with the label, "Lost in Love" became the fastest-selling single in the world, leaping to the top of the charts worldwide. The band’s second single, "All Out of Love," attracted more fans and reigned the charts even longer.

Eight Top 10 hits later, "Lost in Love" was named Song of the Year in 1980, and, with the other singles, sold more than 10 million copies.

Russell Hitchcock's soaring tenor voice and Graham Russell's pure yet majestic lyrics have created a warm signature sound that would live on for a very long time.

Other hits of Air Supply are Making Love Out of Nothing at All, The One That You Love, Here I Am, Two Less Lonely People, Every Woman In the World, Sweet Dreams, I Can Wait Forever, Lonely Is the Night, Having You Near Me, to name a few.

(Air Supply Live in Santa Rosa is produced by Ovation Productions. Tickets available via and regular SM Tickets outlets. Ticket Prices are P4,500/ P3,500/ P2,500/ P1,500. For info call SM Tickets +632 470-2222 or Ovation Productions +632 532-8883.)

Read on #ElyXiOnInManila concert guide

The wait is over. South Korean boy band and worldwide phenomenon EXO is finally back in the Philippines for EXO PLANET #4: The ElyXiOn! EXO-Ls all over the country are more than excited to watch Suho, Baekhyun, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai, Sehun, Xiumin, Lay, and Chen perform their hit songs live.

Make it a night you’ll never forget by taking note of these five essential tips and tricks as you head to the Mall of Asia Arena on April 28, Saturday.

Take note of your ticket section and important times.
Make your official ticket and special access card the #1 item to have with you on D-DAY! For those in VIP Standing, bring your line-up sequence print-out as well. Proceed to VIP Standing Strapping Booths starting 9 A.M. to 3:30 P.M., present your tickets and print-out, and claim your straps prior to queuing.

Bring your EXO lightstick or pen light.
Make the silver ocean happen and show off how much Pinoys love EXO! When the concert starts, lighten up your sticks. For fast songs, shake the stick forward and backward. For slower songs, swing the light sticks side to side.

Juice up with a fully charged powerbank
Make sure your devices are at 100% battery by bringing a powerful powerbank. You’ll be needing them not only for taking photos of the awesome performances and posting them on social media, but also for staying in touch with your eomma/ appa in case you need a ride after the concert.

Go back to basics with your camera
Professional cameras, video recording equipment, tripods, monopods/ selfie sticks, and tablets are not allowed, but make sure you have a reliable point-and-shoot for taking pictures. Even better, make do with your smartphone camera so you have less items to bring. Don’t forget to use the #GlobeKPOP and #ForTheLoveOf hashtags when posting your photos!

Refrain from bringing these prohibited items
Leave your pointed umbrellas, big bags, sharp objects, laser pointers, and oversized banners at home! These items are not allowed inside the Arena and will be confiscated once caught.

Get ready to dance the night away to the group’s chart-topping tracks like “Monster”, “Lotto”, and “Ko Ko Bop” and create wonderful memories with the biggest boyband in the world, EXO!

For more information, visit the website at or follow the official Globe Facebook page or @enjoyGlobe on Twitter on Instagram.

Sandwich Rocks Metrotent for their 20th Anniversary Concert

Friday the 13th may be considered unlucky but April 13, 2018 has been exceptionally favorable to the iconic band Sandwich for a lot of incredible things. "Under the Glow of the Satellite: 20th anniversary concert" is their biggest and phenomenal show to date that occurred in Metrotent, Pasig City.

It's an honor, a thrill and a commitment to be present and to cover the band’s 20th anniversary concert for Manila Concert Junkies (MCJ). We are grateful to be among MCJ’s trusted people to be able to experience such kind of music celebration. We would also like to thank Jam 88.3 for including us on its big list of attendees.

Billed as Under the Glow of the Satellite, it’s a line taken from one of Sandwich's most popular songs, "2 Trick Pony." The concert is an all-hits essential rock dance party as the audience gets to hear Sandwich the way they want to hear them in a dual stage venue.

Attendees are greeted with food carts selling a variety of Pinoy favorites paired with local beer and other alcoholic booze as well as customize band merchandise items being sold all over the venue.

The event started with performances from few local acts like Autotelic, Ciudad, She's Only Sixteen, Tom's Story, youngsleepyboi, and Diego Mapa. 

20 Years of Music and Wisdom

The band Sandwich, with members Raimund Marasigan (vocals), Diego Castillo & Mong Alcaraz (guitars), Myrene Academia (bass) and Mike Dizon (drums), is one of the most multi-awarded bands in the Philippines.

During the concert, Sandwich not only charmed the fans with their music as magnetic frontman Raimund Marasigan also delivered few words of wisdom – on enjoying concerts in this age of digital technology and asking fans to refrain from watching through their devices during the show.

“We recommend guys that you put your phones down and just enjoy the music... Well, you can take a few photos but iba pa rin when you hear iyong bagsak ng bass and you groove with it,” Raims insists not to worry about taking videos because celebrity videographer Jason Magbanua is documenting the concert for all of us.

For that Friday night, people gathered together for one simple purpose: to celebrate the greatest music milestone of Sandwich with a magnitude of a long-lasting impact in the Philippine music history. The concert was overflowing with love for the band: friends chatting about nostalgic Sandwich experiences and bursting Sandwich classic songs on a buoyant rock-dance celebration.

"It's about taking care of each other," says Raims as he shared pieces of wisdom on how they sustained long-term success as a band spanning two decades. Today, they’re still active in performing, touring and making music.

“Thank you very much for taking care of us and for taking care of everybody. It means a lot,” Raims expresses to the bank of fans behind them.

Sandwich Continues to Rock

For Sandwich, rock ‘n’ roll is never just about the music but also treating each other as family. It is what keeps the band together for so many years. Their achievements are all the more remarkable because they serve as an inspiration for other artists and new generation bands.

Adding to their success is the sustained quality of their musicianship, they are masters of Pinoy alternative rock that has become both instantly recognizable and profoundly influential.

The songs performed include "Butterfly Carnival," "Walang Kadala-dala," "Betamax," "Timelapse," "Hairpin," "Jetlag," "Masilungan," "Sugod," "Maybe," "New Romancer," "Take to the Moon," "Nahuhulog," "Sunburn," "Procastinator," "Kagulo," "Sugod" among others. Sandwich feat "Butterfly Carnival," video below by tabachoi.

With the concert coming to a close, the band found their way to the smaller stage, went crazy on stage, crowd surfing and intimately interacting with people.

It’s a genuinely standout moment, it really turned out to be everything we thought it could be as we relished every second of it. Sandwich is on the top of their game, urged the crowd to engage with the music and showed us how an awesome rock concert is supposed to sound.

As a matter of fact, Sandwich music has transcended from generation to generation, and I am thrilled to see young fans enjoying their sound. It's surreal to witness and be part of the people who made this historic concert happen.

Click link for more photos from this set HERE.

Leaving you with this video courtesy of  Jen A, check out the epic opening song of Sandwich at the #xsx concert.

Talented singer-songwriter Tala Gil launched her self-titled album

Tala Gil launched her self-titled debut EP 'TALA' at Unit 27 Apartment Bar + Cafe in Eastwood Citywalk, Quezon City last April 13.

The 18-year old singer-songwriter formally introduced her EP comprises of five tracks after having three singles attaining respective successes – with the then-debuted “nothing personal” peaking at the 8th spot on the Spotify Philippines Viral 50 Chart and being a consistent chart-topper on Monster RX 93.1's The Countdown Top 20 for three months.

“Bruised,” on the other hand, reached Spotify Malaysia Viral 50 Chart, and “boy” managed to snatch the 26th rank at the iTunes Top 200 Tracks in Panama.

Completing the debut record are fresh tracks “Walk Away” and “Amber.” First launched digitally on 23 March 2018, the EP has already entered various iTunes charts, including Taiwan, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Tala Gil's groove and chill-laden music draw inspiration from artists such as Yuna, Tom Misch, June Mariezzy, Corrine Bailey Rae, Frank Ocean, and Norah Jones; depicting the youthful emotions of love, heartaches, and female empowerment. And it helped that her talent inherited from agenerationn of musicians – such as father Dan (member of the band Chillitees) and cousin Nikki en route to making a name for herself in the local music scene today.

Apart from the formal launching of EP, Tala has launched the music video for 'Bruised,' directed by Breech Quincy.

TALA's self-titled debut EP, is already available on iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon, and Spotify. Follow the artist on her Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Neocolours set to perform for their 30th anniversary concert on April 28

One of the biggest names in the OPM scene, Neocolours, makes its long-awaited comeback with the release of the single "Giliw,” 19 years after their last recorded release. The brand-new song, written by Jimmy Antiporda, exemplifies the sound that they've been famous for -- well crafted musical performance that would bring an emotional impact to their long time listeners and a growing new generation of listeners. “Giliw” is now available digitally on iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon and Spotify under Universal Records.

Neocolours' songs have been a mainstay of many Filipino listeners’ playlists. Their songs such as ‘Maybe,’ ‘Kasalanan Ko Ba,’ ‘Hold On,’ ‘Say You'll Never Go’ and ‘Tuloy Pa Rin’ have transcended generational barriers, and are repeatedly re-recorded by some of the country's top recording artists such as Erik Santos, Kyla, Noel Cabangon, and Nyoy Volante to name a few. On top of this, their hits have a combined listenership of close to 10 million streams on Spotify.

Aside from the completion of a new album in 2018, Neocolours' other music activities includes a 30th year anniversary show “Tuloy Pa Win…And Awit" at the Music Museum on April 28, as well as a national tour for the rest of the year.

Neocolours are composed of Ito Rapadas (Vocalist), Jimmy Antiporda (Keyboards), Jack Rufo (Lead Guitar), Paku Herrera (Bass Guitar) and Nino Regalado (Drums).

Iconic triumvirate Danao, Dancel, Dumas is back for IISA concert on June 9

Following two successful shows at the Music Museum two years ago, the iconic triumvirate of Johnoy Danao, Ebe Dancel, and Bullet Dumas is back at the concert scene again, and it will be slated in a much bigger fashion.

The trio known as 3D is set to perform at the Kia Theatre on June 9, 2018.  And it came much to the clamor of everyone who has seen them in that iconic music hall in San Juan in 2016, and much of their various bar gigs all over the metro since then.

From the initial duo of acoustic singer-songwriters (Danao and Dumas), the Sugarfree frontman joined the party and the experimentation become an instant success, eventually earning the trust of organizers to stage their first major concert on early 2016 despite meeting skepticism.

“The first DAMA was definitely a risk. Because we were playing on like 200 or 300 people at that time,” Dancel said.

“It was their first concert as producers. They believed in us.” Dumas agreed.

“So when we realized that they have much faith in us, it also helped us to believe in ourselves,” Dancel seconded.

3D was also responsible for rendering one of Sugarfree's hit singles Burnout as a soundtrack for the movie I'm Drunk, I Love You in 2016.

From the feels-driven DAMA, the trio decide to call their upcoming concert IISA since they are poised to have more grand sound in unison.

IISA dahil kahit sobrang dami namin sa entablado this time around, iisa ang tunog na lalabas mula sa amin at ang maririnig ng mga tao,” said Dumas.

“First, it will be on a bigger venue, so it can accommodate a huge crowd to watch us. We have a band that will back us up (Manila String Machine Orchestra), so expect us to have much fuller sound,” said Danao. Kumbaga, makakarinig kayo ng iba't ibang instrumento, at hindi lang yung usual na acoustic guitar namin.

Is it safe to say that 3D is on a roll after IISA? The trio just aims to savor the moments and enjoy everything they have been putting with.

“We'll take it one show at a time,” Dancel claimed. “The best thing about us is that we have our expectations to minimum. Bar gig nga lang gusto namin eh. So yung umabot na kami sa Kia Theatre, it is already a blessing. So gusto ko munang namnamin yun.

Ayaw namin bigyan ang sarili namin ng pressure after ng IISA. So after that, babalik na naman kami sa mga bar gig,” Danao added.

“Mismo. Sa ngayon, itong concert yung ie-enjoy namin. Then next, pagbalik sa mga bar gig, enjoy din namin,” Dumas concluded.

IISA will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at the Kia Theatre in Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City. The show will feature the Manila String Machine Orchestra and other special guests.

Tickets are available at all Ticketnet Outlets via its website or by calling 911-5555, or by contacting Joff at 0945-791-8660. For inquiries, you can also check out the trio's official Facebook page.

This event is made possible by Vandals Entertainment and Gabi Na Naman Productions.

Heart stopping performance by The Script during Freedom Child Tour in Manila

When was the last time you felt butterfly while watching a concert? Last night, I witnessed for the second time how Irish band The Script serenaded their beloved Filipino fans as part of their Freedom Child Tour. 

Though it's their fourth time visited in the country, it's the same energy that I'd experienced during their No Sound Without Silent tour three years ago. They astonished every single person inside Mall of Asia Arena as Danny, Mark, and Glen sang some of their hits such as Nothing, The Man Who Can't Be Moved, and Break Even, among others.

Aside from that, they sang No Man Is An Island which is one of the latest singles from their album, Freedom Child. Every single song that they performed which touched my heart and soul. 

It's one surreal night for me and everyone who attended the said concert. Falling in love with their songs that makes me feel better everyday.

  1. Play Video
  2. Play Video
  3. Play Video
  4. Play Video
  5. Play Video
  6. Play Video
  7. Play Video
  8. Play Video
  9. Play Video
  10. Play Video
  11. Play Video
  12. Play Video
  13. Play Video
  14. Play Video
  15. Encore:
  16. Play Video
  17. Play Video

Mariah Carey returns in Manila on October 26

The one and only, Mariah Carey, is coming back to Manila for a special one-night concert on October 26th at the Araneta Coliseum. The pop icon is set to perform her number ones and more, bringing a new and bigger tour for her Filipino fans.


Mariah Carey is the best-selling female artiste of all time with more than 200 million records sold worldwide to date and eighteen Billboard #1 singles (seventeen self-penned) including ‘Hero’, ‘Fantasy’, ‘Always Be My Baby’, ‘Honey’, ‘One Sweet Day’, ‘Without You’, ‘Touch My Body’, ‘We Belong Together’, ‘Don’t Forget About Us’ and the global smash hit Christmas single ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’, more than any solo artiste in history. With her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Mariah has defined the modern pop performance. As a singer, songwriter and record producer, she has been recognized with five Grammy Awards, nine American Music Awards, Billboard's "Artist of the Decade" Award, the World Music Award for "World's Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium," and BMI's "Icon Award" to name a few.
‘Mariah Carey: Live in Concert’ is presented by Wilbros Live. Tickets will be on-sale beginning Friday, April 20 via or call 911-5555 for more details.

Talented 17 year-old singer, songwriter, producer Fern released his debut E.P.

Wunderkind musician Fern. has launched his self-titled debut E.P. ‘Fern.’ last March 30, 2018.

The 17 year-old singer-songwriter-producer having only been active on the scene for a few months has already garnered multiple achievements. His first single ‘Into You,’ debuted and stayed at #1 on the Spotify Philippines Top 50 Viral Chart for one week, and has garnered over 1.5 million plays on Spotify. ‘Into You,’ along with his latest single ‘Wanna Dance With You’ have both been included by Spotify in playlists in countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, and the Philippines. On top of this, Fern. has been featured on Scout Magazine’s 'Teens Under 18 To Watch Out For In 2018,’ and has already been given opportunities to collaborate with young OPM artists such as Asia’s Pop Sweetheart Julie Anne San Jose, TALA, and Claudia Barretto.

Heavily inspired by the beats of the ‘80s, along with a handful of sonic influences from artists such as The 1975, LANY, The Weeknd, and Frank Ocean, the EP features songs that perfectly encapsulate the euphoric experiences of youth, love, and heartbreak that will definitely resonate with everyone looking for songs to chill and groove along to.

In addition, an EP Launch Party was held at Early Night?, BGC last March 26, 2018 to much success, with the attendance of both fans and media alike.

Fern.’s self-titled debut EP, featuring his singles ‘Into You,’ ‘Are You Mine,’ and ‘Wanna Dance With You,’ along with three new tracks, is now available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, and Amazon.

Follow him on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

Multi-platinum artist Andy Grammer will perform in Manila on June 7, Music Museum

Multi-platinum selling pop artist Andy Grammer is coming to Manila for a special and intimate concert on June 7th at the Music Museum in Greenhills, San Juan.

This music genius is all about inspiring and empowering the world by communicating his truths through his music. The first male pop star in a decade since John Mayer to reach the Top 10 at Adult Pop Radio on his first two singles, Grammer has taken the music world by storm with a succession of anthemic pop hits, 6 of which are certified gold or better. His debut album featured the platinum singles "Keep Your Head Up" and "Fine By Me." Andy's second album, Magazines or Novels, featured the triple platinum infectious smash hit "Honey, I'm Good," which was one of the best-selling songs of 2015, and the certified gold anthem "Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah)." Andy’s third full-length album, The Good Parts, was released December 1, 2017.  The record includes his global smash hit single “Fresh Eyes,” which has become a streaming phenomenon with over 300 million total streams, the catchy summer jam featuring LunchMoney Lewis, “Give Love,” as well as his NEW hit single “Smoke Clears.
Tickets to Andy Grammer – Live in Manila will be on-sale on Friday, April 13 via or at the Music Museum box office. For more information, call 891-9999 or 374-9999. Presented by Wilbros Live.

How Katy Perry roared Manila for Witness The Tour

Last night, American singer-songwriter and American Idol Season 16 judge Katy Perry performed in front of her Filipino fans as part of Witness The Tour.

Though it was my first time to watch her concert, I was stunned over the superb stage design and powerful performance by Perry. With 20 songs which came from her current and previous album during her ten years in the music industry, everyone's in the crowd had a good time.

During the said concert, Perry picked one lucky KatyCat from the audience and asked to join her on stage which she delighted to learn some Tagalog words. It's feel good Monday evening, as others just returned from Holy Week vacation.

Special thanks to Ovation Productions and AEG Presents for the wonderful opportunity!

  1. Act I
  2. "In The Space"
    (video introduction)
    Play Video
  3. (Snippet)
    Play Video
  4. Play Video
  5. Play Video
  6. Play Video
  7. Act II
  8. Act My Age
    (video interlude)
    Play Video
  9. Play Video
  10. Play Video
  11. (Shortened)
    Play Video
  12. Play Video
  13. Play Video
  14. Act III
  15. "Celestial Body"
    (video interlude)
    Play Video
  16. Play Video
  17. Play Video
  18. Play Video
  19. (Contains elements of ''What… more )
    Play Video
  20. Act IV
  21. Mind Maze
    (video interlude)
    Play Video
  22. Play Video
  23. Play Video
  24. Play Video
  25. Act V
  26. Vídeo Game
    (video interlude)
    Play Video
  27. Play Video
  28. Play Video
  29. (Contains elements of "Hard Knock Life'')
    Play Video
  30. Encore: