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No-frills approach boosts Martin Nievera’s acoustic set

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NIEVERA. “Jamming”-inspired, no-frills approach.

If you’re used to watching Martin Nievera on TV struggle with notes that are already too high for him, his latest album, “My Acoustic,” will enable you to see—and hear—him in a different light. His renditions in the compilation recall the vocal magnificence and unforced allure of his early hits, like “The Best Gift,” “Meldy (Make A Smile)” and “Love for Real.”

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Pilita’s star-studded musical collaborations

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CORRALES. Can teach younger singers  about breathing, phrasing and performing flair.

Pilita Corrales is turning 75 on Aug. 22—but, as she proves in her 10-track recording, “Duets,” she can still teach singers more than half her age about breathing, proper phrasing and performing flair.

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No dead end for Imago

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Disbandment is something fans of local band Imago won’t have to worry about. This was evident during the group’s 5th album launch, “Kapit”, last June 25.

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Ogie Alcasid firmly says ‘no’ to running for public office

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OGIE jests that trying for another baby can be hard for him and wife Regine “at our age— 24.” Photo by Geo Yusooncho

Ogie Alcasid sings, acts, hosts and heads a music organization. But there’s one field that the TV5 talent wouldn’t dare enter: politics.

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Fil-Am Jared Martin continues rise in entertainment industry

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Currently preparing himself for his summer shows, singer Jared Martin, is booked through the end of August with a performance-filled itinerary. He was last seen at “An Evening of Original Philippine Music” while paying homage to the OPM composer Cecile Azarzon in New York City.

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