WATCH: Martin Nievera, Pops Fernandez sing ‘Tell Me’ for ‘Bayanihan Musikahan’ fundraiser
Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez performed their rendition of the 1980s hit “Tell Me” by Joey Albert to help raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts.
The former married couple joined their voices as part of the second season of Ryan Cayabyab’s initiative“Bayanihan, Musikahan,” as seen on Facebook yesterday, May 20. “Bayanihan Musikahan” is a series of online concerts featuring various Filipino artists to raise funds for those battling the spread of the coronavirus in the Philippines.
Fernandez entered the livestream about 45 minutes into the show, following an interview between Cayabyab and fashion designer Mich Dulce, who is part of an initiative called Mask4AllPH. The said effort provides face masks to various communities to help protect themselves from the coronavirus.
Tune in to the first episode of Musikahan Huntahan this season, and catch the Maestro himself as he is joined by special guests Martin Nievera, Pops Fernandez, and Mich Dulce here at #BayanihanMusikahan.Join the fight against COVID-19 in the safety of your own homes by sending in your donations and champion the Bayanihan spirit.Donate now: https://www.bayanihanmusikahan.org/donate-now.htmlDSWD SB-SP 00016-2020#TaumbayanToTheRescue #StandTogether #ThanksHealthHeroes
Posted by Bayanihan Musikahan on Wednesday, May 20, 2020
After Fernandez and Nievera’s duet, the two took the time to speak to Cayabyab. They assured Cayabyab that despite having no more romantic relationship, they still have great chemistry when performing together.
The “Bayanihan, Musikahan” initiative has helped raise over P76 million as of May 15. Those interested in helping may course their donations through this page. /ra
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