Regine, record holder sa online concert!

Regine, record holder sa online concert!

March 5, 2021 @ 5:42 PM 1 month ago

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Manila, Philippines- Galing mismo sa bibig ng KTX.ph boss na si Gian Carlo Vizcarra, Regine’s ‘FREEDOM’ is beyond reasonable doubt the biggest earning concert on KTX to date.

Magaling na desisyon raw ang pagkaka-postpone ng concert to a much later date (February 28) dahil sa health emergency sa pamilya supposedly ng Songbird.

At least, nagkaroon sila ng time para puliduhin ang mga production numbers.

“Nanganak pa nga dahil send lang ako nang send kay Raul (Mitra, musical director) ng mga bagong piyesa dahil sa mga bagong inspiration ko, tulad ng feature on Britney (Hit Me Baby One More Time) and the principles she stood for,” Regine asseverated.

Napanood ang Freedom: Regine Velasquez-Alcasid Digital Concert sa pamamagitan ng various ABS-CBN platforms—KTX.ph, iWantTFC, TFC IPTV, and SKYcable PPV.

In fairness, Ms. Velasquez was, beyond reasonable doubt, in her element while singing those memorable songs.

Kung sabagay, how could it fail when they commissioned two production teams and three directors no less.

Nakatutuwa namang lagare rin si Bamboo nu’ng Sunday night.

Imagine, he was able to sing the opening number “Noypi” at the 5th Film Ambassadors’ Night of the FDCP (Film Development Council of the Philippines), after which he went to the virtual concert of Regine, and sang a duet with her by way of the song ‘Himala’.

Still on the Freedom concert of Ms. Velasquez, she was able to sing more than 20 songs, both original and new.

Awe-inspiring ang kanyang pakikipag-duet sa kanyang sarili by way of the song “On The Wings of Love.”

Part ng repertoire ni Regine ang “When The Party Is Over” ni Billie Eilish, “Heart Shaker” ng TWICE, “Brooklyn Yellow Brick Road” ni Elton John, “Istorya” ng The Juans, at sariling awitin na “Bukas Sana” at “Tanging Mahal.”

Paolo Valenciano was the one in charge of the stage direction, Frank Mamaril was the TV director, and Raul Mitra was the show’s musical director. Pete Ampoloquio, Jr.


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