Francisco Mañalac, popularly known as Bamboo, is the former vocalist of the Pinoy rock band Rivermaya. After leaving the band to stay in Los Angeles, USA for 5 years, he returned to the Philippines to form his own band, Bamboo. Bamboo won the band of the year in the MTV Pilipinas Awards 2004 and NU Rock Awards 2004. He is also the Vocalist of the year in the 2004 NU Rock Awards. He also got the Rock Style Award for the 2004 MTV Style Awards. Mañalac is famous for his vocals, which combine a rock style with a mellow approach; he also has a notably energetic style in live performances. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bamboo Mañalac"
Dong Abay is a poet and a Pinoy rock musician. He was the former member and lead vocalist of the bands Yano and Pan, which are now both defunct. He is now pursuing a solo career. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dong Abay"
Eduardo ("Eddie") Gil is a Filipino businessman and politician. He was disqualified from contesting the 2004 Philippine presidential election. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eddie Gil"
Erik Ramos Santos, born and raised in Malabon, Philippines, emerged as the grand champion of the ABS-CBN program Star In A Million in January 2004. He is the next big thing in Philippine music, as far as male singers are concerned, is touted either as the next Gary V. or Martin Nievera. Erik Santos, winner of the much-coveted and most prestigious singing contest in the country, has been called that, aside from being tagged "the rising star," his moniker in Star in a Million. Now, the country's Prince of Pop has proven that he is indeed all that and more. As soon as he stepped off the stage from where he delivered the most amazing rendition of "This is the Moment" and received the winning nod of the most illustrious panel of judges, Erik Santos has been winning hearts from all over the globe through his heartfelt singing and versatile voice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erik Santos"
Freddie Aguilar is a Pinoy rock musician from the Philippines. He is best known for the hit "Bayan Ko", which became anthem for the opposition to the Marcos regime during the 1986 rebellion. One of his hits "Anak" (Filipino word for child) became a worldwide hit and was translated into at least seven languages. Freddie Aguilar can be seen playing at the Hobbit House Restaurant and Bar in Manila. ...more on Wikipedia about "Freddie Aguilar"
Jamie Rivera is a pop singer from the Philippines. She was born Mary Jane C. Mendoza on August 29. She graduated from University of Santo Tomas ...more on Wikipedia about "Jamie Rivera"
Jaya (born Maria Louise Ramsey on March 21, 1970, in Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino pop singer. She is of Afro-Filipino descent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaya" This article is made for shortopedia Filipino_musicians
Jett Pangan is the lead vocalist of a Filipino rock band The Dawn, formed in 1986 and still going strong to date. Born in 21 June 1968, his love for singing was already evident during his grade school years. While attending college at De La Salle University, he was approached to audition for a band that would later etch its name in the annals of Philippine music history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jett Pangan"
Joey Ayala is a contemporary pop music artist in the Philippines. He is well known for his style of music that combines the sounds of Filipino ethnic instruments with modern pop music. His professional music career started when he released an album recorded in a makeshift-studio in 1982. To date, he has released six albums. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joey Ayala"
Melanie Hernandez Calumpad (a.k.a. Kyla) (born January 5 1981) is a singer from the Philippines signed to EMI. She is popularly known as the " R&B Princess of the Philippines". ...more on Wikipedia about "Kyla"
Lea Salonga-Chien (born via caesarian section on February 22, 1971 in Manila) is an actress and singer from the Philippines who achieved international recognition for her portrayal of Kim, the lead role in the musical Miss Saigon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lea Salonga"
Mark Bautista (born August 10, 1981) is a Filipino singer, actor and commercial model. He was recognized as a contestant in a talent search, the Philippine franchise of UK's Star for A Night hosted by Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez in GMA Network. Notwithstanding finishing second to Sarah Geronimo, he gained his own success as a singer and actor. He has recorded albums and gained a starring role in a movie, lead roles in soaps and drama specials, TV hosting stints and product endorsements. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Bautista"
Marifil Niña Girado (or Nina) is a singer from the Philippines. She is popularly known as "Soul Siren" also known for her abilty to sing in the Whistle register. It's the songs not the singer as they say. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nina Girado"
Rachelle Ann Go (born August 31, 1986) is a Filipina singer and model. She rose to prominence after winning the second season of the reality show Star For A Night renamed as Search For A Star, hosted by music superstar Regine Velasquez. She has since gone to have established a very successful recording career and is hailed as The Ultimate Champion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rachelle Ann Go"
Raimund Marasigan is a rock musician and record producer in the Philippines. The breadth of his projects has made him one of the most well-respected mainstays of the Philippine rock band scene. ...more on Wikipedia about "Raimund Marasigan"
Regina Encarnacion Ansong Velasquez (born April 22, 1970), also known as Asia's Songbird, is a ballad, jazz, pop, pop rock, and r&b singer, actress, model, entrepreneur, and record producer from the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Regine Velasquez"
Reynaldo Valera (born May 4 1954) is a singer, songwriter, music director and film scorer from the Philippines. He wrote and produced songs that were recorded by various singers, most notably Sharon Cuneta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rey Valera"
Rico Blanco is the current vocalist of Filipino rock band Rivermaya. Good friends with ex-member/vocalist Bamboo Manalac. Bamboo left the band to reside in America (USA) and came back to the Philippines a few years ago to form his own band Bamboo bearing his own name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rico Blanco"
Ryan Cayabyab is the Executive and Artistic Director of the San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts. His works range from commissioned full-length ballets, theater musicals, choral pieces, a Mass set to unaccompanied chorus, and orchestral pieces, to commercial recordings of popular music, film scores and television specials. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ryan Cayabyab"
Thristan Mendoza (b. 1989) is a Filipino autistic savant and marimba prodigy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thristan Mendoza"
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