By Ruben V. Nepales
At 13, Davao-born Miguel Antonio has already racked up quite a few achievements: He won an Asian talent search by popular composer-producer David Foster and appeared in one of his concerts, performed for the president of Singapore and foreign dignitaries, debuted at the renowned Greek Theatre here in LA and recently signed with a talent agency to be under the career guidance of apl.de.ap.
By Cecile Caguingin Ochoa
The Philippines was in the spotlight at the Greek theater Sunday night, June 8 when the Black Eyed Peas’ Apl.de.ap and his band rallied celebrities to entertain a huge crowd in a fundraiser for post-Haiyan/Yolanda rebuilding efforts.
By Matikas Santos
Award-winning Broadway singer Lea Salonga and Black Eyed Peas member apl.de.ap or Allan Pineda are set to participate in a benefit concert for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) in the United States (US) on June 15, 2014.
By Allan Policarpio
The past year saw apl.de.ap shuttling between the Philippines and the United States, juggling commitments and projects. When he’s in the country, the Filipino-American Black Eyed Peas member makes it a point to lend a hand—providing learning facilities in the provinces through his namesake foundation, or visiting victims of natural calamities.
By Benedict S. Bartolome
Local rock band Slapshock is embarking on an exciting new venture abroad.