Brian McFadden serenades Filipino fans for his first-ever solo show in the Philippines

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The Irish singer performs songs which are heavy on Nostalgia in front of his 
army of loyal fans at the New Frontier Theater last November 17, Sunday.

It's all about throwback music this 2019, as former Westlife member Brian
McFadden performs in Davao and Manila last November 16 and 17 for his first-ever solo show in Manila.

It was an enjoyable and intimate Sunday night filled will brand new music
and a couple of classic Westlife songs - performed by Brian McFadden - who’s
been here in the country for three times now; during the Boyzlife tour
with Keith McDuffie, the Boyzone Farewell Show at the Mall of Asia Arena,
and his recent solo at the New Frontier Theatre featuring a duet with
Idol Philippines’ grand winner, Zephanie.

Zephanie performed a cover of “Kilometro” and “Isa Pang Araw”, and
showcase her vocal prowess in her winning piece “Pangarap Kong Pangarap Mo.”
She left the audience wanting for more, as her voice is such a breath of fresh air, clean, filled with such clarity and emotions.

As soon as she finished her set, it was followed by a montage of McFadden's journey throughout his music career. Fans were screaming, and he started off
with “When You're Looking Like That” and “World of Our Own.”


So much about Brian's solo career has changed since his boyband days with
Westlife, and much better through the way he lights up any music venues, with just himself and his guitar. The night was made even sweeter when he performed Westlife's top hits such as "Swear It Again", "Mandy", "Queen of my Heart", "My Love" and a stripped-down version of "Flying Without Wings" - which by far was the most impressive performance he did that night - no band, no-frills, just him, his guitar, and his army of loyal fans singing along with him.


He also performed "These Arms of Mine", "Champagne and Wine" and a
lovely duet with Zephanie for "Almost Here."

But as soon as we thought his set was over, he was back on stage for a boyband medley. He did "Everybody" (Backstreet's Back), "If Ya Gettin 'Down", "What Makes You Beautiful", "Bye Bye Bye", "Everybody Get Up", "One Love", and "Never Forget."

Thank you to EKG Productions for the opportunity to cover this
memorable show.

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