By Vida Lacano
Leave it to Boyz II Men to show its Filipino audience what throwback really means. The American R&B group, that rose to fame in the early 90s, made its way back to Manila on September 17 on what would be its fourth visit to the country for a one-night only concert. Perhaps the boys—now grown-up men, actually—probably wanted a no-frills performance, explaining the absence of a band and other fancy engineering to back their show up.
By Allan Policarpio
Though the Philippines and South Korea “are far apart,” CNU–one of the five members of the K-Pop boy band B1A4 –said that he was “really grateful” that the group gets a lot of support from Filipino fans.
As part of its first world tour titled “Road Trip,” award-winning K-Pop boy band B1A4 is set to hit the stage and thrill Filipino fan girls at Smart Araneta Coliseum on Saturday, Sept. 6.
Ovation Productions, the premier concert promotions and productions company in the country, presents “Boyz II Men Live” in Manila this September 17.
In just four years, One Direction has cultivated a feverish fan base so strong, the boy band can sell out US stadiums, a feat that mirrors ‘N Sync’s success more than a decade ago, and an achievement only a handful of musicians can claim.