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Thursday, July 29, 2010

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AWIT AWARDS


Text and Images by Ricky Castillo  
A Night of Musicale at the 22nd Awit Awards

For over two decades of existence, Awit Awards continues to recognize the Filipino performing artists for their exceptional works in the music industry, as it held the 22nd Awit Awards at the Arena in San Juan City.

The awards night was filled with lively music from the veteran singers like: Rico J. Puno, Haji Alejandro and Rey Valera to the new ones, in the likes of Richard Poon, WCOPA grand winner Ralph Salazar and the ever lovely Princess who rendered a couple of country music songs.

The 22nd Awit Awards was hosted by actor/singer Piolo Pascual and comedienne Eugene Domingo and was made possible by the Philippine Association of Recording Industry (PARI), the oldest music award giving body in the Philippines.                                         

The following are the list of winners:   

 Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist
           Song Title                       :         Open Arms
           Artist                              :          Aiza Seguerra
           Record Label                  :          Star Records


. Best Performance by a Male Recording Artist
            Song Title                       :          Yugto
            Artist                              :          Rico Blanco
            Record Label                  :         Warner Music Philippines

.  Best Performance by a Group Recording Artists
            Song Title                       :         Penge Naman Ako Nyan
            Artist                              :         Itchyworms
            Record Label                  :         Sony Music Phils.

. Best Performance by a New Male Recording Star
             Song Title                          :           Summer Wind
             Artist                                 :           Charlie Green
             Record Label                    :            Star Records, Inc.

.Best Performance by a  Child/Children
            Song Title                         :            Summer Wind
           Artist                                 :            Charlie Green
           Recording Artist                :             Star Records, Inc.

. Best  Performance by a New Female Recording Artist
          Song Title                          :              Childhood
          Artist                                 :               Raki Vega            

Friday, July 23, 2010

Divine ice cream pleasure is HEAVEN Ice Cream.


Divine ice cream pleasure is HEAVEN Ice Cream.

Give in to the richest, smoothest, and creamiest by NESTLÉ Ice Cream. Revel in the exquisite goodness of its four sophisticated flavors---Belgian Chocolate Bliss, Strawberry Dream, Vanilla Almond Secret and Butter Pecan Obsession. HEAVEN Ice Cream is made with only the finest ingredients and contains no artificial food colors. Available in 800mL(Php 175) & 450mL(Php 115) tubs across supermarkets, groceries, and convenience stores nationwide.

Friday, July 16, 2010

SHAKEY'S V-LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL WINNERS

 
(CHAMPION) UST GROWLING TIGRESSES
(1st runner-up) DE LASALLE LADY GREEN ARCHERS
(2nd runner-up) ATENEO LADY BLUE EAGLES  
(CHAMPION) UST GROWLING TIGERS  
(1st runner-up) FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY TAMARAWS
(2nd runner-up) ATENEO BLUE EAGLES

Friday, July 9, 2010

CHANNEL V RELAUNCHED

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SMOKING. (PLEASE CLICK)

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WORLD CLASS FILIPINO TALENT AT RECENT WCOPA

WORLD CLASS FILIPINO TALENT AT RECENT WCOPA
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA-Team Philippines has done it again at the grand finals of the 13th World Championships of  Performing Arts (WCOPA) held at the Westin Bonaventure in downtown, Los Angeles. ABS-CBN’s original “Little Big Star” Brightest Star Rhap Salazar won the coveted titles Junior Grand Champion Solo Vocalist of the World, and the Junior Grand Champion Performer of the World.  The vocal quartet The Young Voices of Negros won the title Junior Grand Champion Group Vocalists of the World. 
12-year-old Rhap sang a one-minute version of Celine Dion’s “All By Myself” at the final show. 
“Hours before the finals, Rhap’s voice was getting tired due to extensive rehearsals for two straight days.  He did everything to conserve his voice.  Despite the odds, he gave a stellar performance worthy of the top prizes in the junior division.  The American judges were simply blown away by his soaring vocals,” said WCOPA Philippine National Director Carlo Orosa
The judges at the grand finals were composed of high profile agents, record and television producers, choreographers, and Disney theme park directors in California and New York
On the other hand, The Young Voices of Negros (Katrina, Kristina, Aissa and Kristopherson Madrigal) performed a highly polished rendition of “And I Am Telling You,” from the musical “Dreamgirls, in four-part harmony. 
Team Philippines’ junior vocalist Mayumi Morales, senior vocalists Martha Joy and CJ Concepcion also competed at the grand finals.   
Kimverle Molina of Saudi Arabia won the title Senior Grand Champion Vocalist of the World while Jo Robinson of Australia won the titles Senior Grand Champion Intrumentalist of the World, and the Senior Grand Champion Performer of the World. 

WE ARE THE WORLD FOR HAITI


“History repeats itself” This saying came to pass when the charity single ‘We Are The World’ originally recorded by the group “USA for Africa” in 1985, written by the late king of pop Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie and co-produced by Quincy Jones and Michael Omartians was given a remake by the new breed of singers, as they gathered together to lend their talents to help raise funds to give aid to the victims of the devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 in the richter scale that hit Haiti recently.

The timing couldn’t be better or was it just a coincidence? This is the question that lingers in the minds of the producers of this event, when they originally planned their ‘We Are the World’ 25th anniversary celebration with something else. But when the Haiti earthquake happened, the whole scope of the plan changed.

“It’s no accident that this thing happened. COINCIDENCE is God’s way of remaining anonymous.” Quincy Jones said, during his TV interview.

With their generosity displayed, over 80 of the biggest stars in the music industry in Hip Hop, RnB, Pop, Country, Rock etc., set aside their differences and put their hands together for this worthy cause, when they all flocked at Henson Recording Studio the day after the Grammy Awards Night in Los Angeles, California USA was held, the same place where the song “We Are the World” was originally recorded.

Singers Natalie Cole, Kanye West, Pink, Celine Dion, Jenifer Hudson, Barbara Streissand, Brian Wilson, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Josh Groban, Akon, Tony Bennett, Carlos Santana, Trey Songz, Drake, T-Pain, Keri Hilson, Brandy, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, Busta Rhymes, Nicole Schezinger, Tony Braxton, Jamie Foxx, Kanye West, Jonas brothers, Julianne Hough, Justin Bieber, Usher, Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean, and dozens more, selflessly shared their time and talent for the cause of helping the earthquake victims in Haiti.

YAMATO DRUMS OF JAPAN

    
    YAMATO DRUMS OF JAPAN Images by Ricky Castillo

Monday, July 5, 2010

JOHN ROBERT POWER’S POP! POP! FAME




More than a hundred students of JOHN ROBERT POWERS INTERNATIONAL  displayed their vast talents on stage in the field of acting, hosting, runway modeling, theatrical acting, singing and dancing in the just concluded POP! POP! FAME! JOHN ROBERT POWERS SHOWCASE for 2010 that was held recently in RCBC theater in Makati City.

Text and Images by Ricky Castillo

JOHN ROBERT POWERS OFFICES

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Friday, July 2, 2010