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P!nk inks new deal with RCA records

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It was reported and confirmed just recently in numerous news agencies that P!nk has just signed a new multi-album deal with RCA records.

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Sarah Geronimo, Kim Chiu evince growth in latest projects

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GERONIMO (LEFT) AND CHIU. Deliver the goods in new album and rom-com film, respectively.

Sarah Geronimo is at her most intimate yet in her 10th anniversary album, “Expressions,” which marks a number of milestones in her career: Not only does the self-produced collection celebrate the singer-actress’ 25th birthday (July 25), it also commemorates Sarah’s debut as a songwriter via “Make Me Yours” (with Louie Ocampo)—a prayer-like hymn that seeks solace from heartbreak: “How can one avoid an impending pain?/ Songs of love turned into lies/ Make me whole again.”

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Matthew Morrison goes back to basics

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MORRISON. Makes show tunes accessible in “Where It All Began.”  Photo by Brian Rasic

Matthew Morrison may have played Cory Monteith’s choir mentor on “Glee,” but the actor who portrays the passionate Mr. Shuester is, in reality, only three years older than the Canadian actor, who succumbed to an overdose of heroin and alcohol last week at age 31. —So, it’s no surprise why Morrison feels particularly close to his troubled “brother.”

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Jake Bugg of Nottingham releases self-titled album in PH

Jake Bugg’s self-titled album cover. CONTRIBUTED IMAGE/MCA Music

Jake Bugg, Nottingham’s newest hitmaker has announced his eponymously-titled debut album, released here in the Philippines on Tuesday under MCA Music.

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Single Review: ‘Heart Attack’ by Demi Lovato

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I have always viewed Demi Lovato as a hard worker when it comes her desire to improving her vocal range and delivery. For me, that is the quality about her that is right away noticeable. Even though she isn’t the best singer around by any stretch of the imagination, she has improved significantly as evidenced in each succeeding album she has released.

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Journey’s Neal Schon releases new instrumental album

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Journey mainstay Neal Schon, the only member of the globally renowned arena band who’s been there since day one, has just released his latest solo venture—an all instrumental album he recorded on a four-day creative spree right after putting the finishing touches to his band’s last album “Eclipse.” The album titled “The Calling” is instantly interesting considering it is “showcasing a side of Schon that isn’t often represented on Journey albums.”

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Eric Clapton’s ‘Slowhand 35th Anniversary’ album out now in stores

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“This album wasn’t what it was intended to be at all,” says Eric Clapton on his album, “Slowhand 35th Anniversary”.

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Robbie Williams gives us some ear-candy with new album ‘Take The Crown’

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After signing with Universal Music in October 2011, UK Music Hall of Fame’s Greatest Artist of the 90s, Robbie Williams, arrives with his forthcoming ninth studio album entitled “Take The Crown”, which was released nationwide recently under MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines).

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A peek into ‘The World from the Side of the Moon’ by Phillip Phillips

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Season 11 American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips, has recently released his debut album titled “The World from the Side of the Moon”. The album includes Phillip’s coronation song, “Home”.

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A long-distance romance

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CHRISTIAN Bautista and Carla Dunareau

Christian Bautista admits having a hard time coping with the rigors of a long-distance romance. To solve his predicament, the singer-actor is helping his Singapore-based girlfriend find a job in Manila.

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Ghouls just wanna have fun

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There’s something about Tanya, and it’s called “shock pop.” That’s the convenient tag that best describes Tanya Markova’s music—a curious mix of pop, rock ’n’ roll, new wave, punk and metal. Add a dash of caricature horror, combine it with irreverent humor, and you have shock pop.

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Ebe Dancel : I almost gave up writing songs

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(FROM Left): Ebe Dancel, Gabby Alipe, Chito Miranda and Yael Yuzon at the 1st Elements Songwriting Camp, Dumaguete.  pocholo concepcion

FATIGUE, differences in opinion and all sorts of problems led to the breakup of Sugarfree, one of the country’s biggest pop-rock bands. “My time with Sugarfree was up,” said front man and main songwriter Ebe Dancel. He spoke to the Inquirer by phone last week to announce the release of his debut solo album with [...]

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