About three songs into her performance, including the most successful “Snow on the Sahara,” Indonesian superstar Anggun turned to the adoring crowd who trooped to Eastwood Mall Open Park on Sunday night to thank them for coming.
“Thank you for coming. I really hope you enjoy the album and say it to your friends and family. If they like it, I might come here for real concert!”
Oozing with an enthralling stage presence, Anggun visited Manila for a series of shows held at the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls to promote her latest album “8.” All thanks to MCA Music and Ms. MJ Juco for inviting us at the press conference to meet the music icon up close and personal. Check out all the happenings compiled in this video!
Being one of the few Asian entertainers who has earned international acclaim and without any doubt the world’s most famous Indonesian-born recording artist, Anggun talked about her music journey at the well-attended press con.
Glaiza de Castro’s “Dreams Never End” concert has been one of the first essential steps in climbing the way up on the music ladder.
During that sold out show, I’m a little regretful about not taking any decent pictures— but as far as I remember, a great part of her success that night is that she performed with her greatest idols namely Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Cookie Chua and Kitchie Nadal. Whereas the most interesting highlight is her special spot among friends who performed with her like JayR, Gabby Eigenmann, Ketchup Eusebio and Rhian Ramos.
This time around with “KunGdiman,” I saw her being very hands-on with her frequently visiting the Music Museum office to check if all things are working on the plan. I find this pretty impressive, and I’m excited to be able to work with her behind the scenes.
Experience your first concert today as it will surely hold a special place in your heart. The greatest reason would be — there is no greater feeling than to see these artists doing what they love to do. If you haven’t experience being part of the magic that connects to fans, now is the perfect time to hit up live performances as you can as we are giving you the last part of our list!
Sold out tickets and jam-packed venues are evident which means Filipino fans practically live and breathe concerts. Grab this priceless opportunity to catch your favorite artists live as we continue our list of the upcoming foreign concerts in Manila.