By Remy Umerez
In his Valentine concert series, “Samahang Walang Ka-Valentine,” at Music Museum on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, Ogie Alcasid will sing about enduring love as he pays tribute to the widows of Fernando Poe Jr., Rudy Fernandez and Dolphy.
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
The commemoration of comedy king Dolphy’s death anniversary last July 10 was solemn and simple. It was devoid of weeping and wailing. A feeling of peace pervaded. It almost felt like we were all enveloped in (Tito) Dolphy’s fatherly embrace. The touching message of Fr. Jerry Orbos and the beautiful rendition of “Nandito Lang Ako” by the blind young singer Fatima Soriano during the Mass made the occasion all the more tranquil.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
The night before the death anniversary of her longtime partner, Comedy King Dolphy, singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla couldn’t sleep. “Normally, I don’t lie down on his side of the bed,” she told the Philippine Daily Inquirer. “That night, though, I jokingly said I’d mess up that side. ”
Noon, Bukas, Kailanman… Palagi – as the album title interprets, ZsaZsa Padilla is timeless.
By Allan Policarpio
She’s been in the industry for over 30 years; Zsa Zsa Padilla feels she has nothing left to prove as a singer. She sees the scene constantly evolving, and what makes a successful Original Pilipino Music (OPM) artist now is different from what it took in the early 1980s, when her song “Kahit Na” became a hit.