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Bruno Mars returns to Manila for his ‘Moonshine Jungle Tour’

In this Sept. 21, 2013 file photo, Bruno Mars performs at IHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. Billboard announced Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, that the pop crooner is the year’s top overall artist. Mars' year included a No. 1 hit with “When I Was Your Man” and a top 5 hit with “Treasure.” AP

Filipino fans of American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars are in for an ultimate music treat as the two-time Grammy Award winner is bringing “The Moonshine Jungle Tour” to Manila this coming March 22.

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For the 4th time, Avril Lavigne rocks Manila

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It was Avril Lavigne’s fourth tour in Manila but nothing’s changed and she stayed youthful as ever—except she performed onstage with Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, her new husband.

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Jack Jones promises ‘beautiful ballads, true stories’

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ROMANTIC crooner recorded over 50 albums.

Grammy-winning American singer Jack Jones is doing two Valentine shows in Manila. The 76-year-old crooner performs at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Feb. 13, and at the Manila Hotel Tent on Feb. 14.

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After eating ‘adobo,’ ‘pancit canton,’ One Republic rocks Araneta

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FULL STOMACH Members of American alternative rock bank One Republic loves “adobo” and “pancit canton”. They also want to ride on top of a jeepney in the middle of traffic. MATIKAS SANTOS/Inquirer.net

The first time American alternative rock band OneRepublic—who is set to perform Wednesday night—visited the Republic of the Philippines they already made “adobo” and “pancit canton” their favorite foods and wanted to take a jeepney back home.

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K-pop group Infinite: No lip-synching at tonight’s concert

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No lip-synching, no vocal enhancements either—this was the promise made by the Korean pop group Infinite, whose concert will be held tonight (Sunday) at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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Clubbing with DJ Tiesto at the coliseum

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In a 1969 TV interview, The Door’s frontman Jim Morrison predicted the future of music might rely heavily on electronics and machines. He envisioned “one person, probably speaking or singing, with a lot of machines, tapes and electronics setups.”

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Charice and Aiza’s concert of truth and empowerment

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Charice Pempengco and Aiza Seguerra. INQUIRER.NET PHOTO

For the very first time in Philippine music history, Charice Pempengco and Aiza Seguerra teamed up for a groundbreaking concert titled “Power of Two: The Unbreakable Tour”.

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Finally, The Killers

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‘Sa wakas, The Killers are here!” Having “wakas (end)” and “killers being here” in the same sentence could bring fear in other parts of the country, like in Zamboanga City for one, but coming from vocalist Brandon Flowers on Thursday at the jam-packed Smart Araneta Coliseum, it meant nothing but the best of being alive and being there.

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There’s no stopping the Kpop Republic

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They have unique names, far surreal than any rock band in the ‘70s or the ‘90s but Korean Pop, or Kpop, is here to stay in our country and steal our youth to form their own republic.

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Rediscovering the Pet Shop Boys

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Why people bring electronic gadgets during concerts to document the show is understandable but checking on how many likes and comments one has gotten in her latest Facebook status entry comes close to sacrilege.

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Pet Shop Boys performs in Manila

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British synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys will visit Manila for the first time to perform in a concert titled Pet Shop Boys Live at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on August 6.

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Leaving a coliseum full of positive vibes

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GRAMMY winner Jason Mraz sings about the bright side of life and love.

It takes the agreement of all five senses to make an experience memorable. At the Smart Araneta Coliseum the night of May 14, Jason Mraz added another: a sense of community.

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