The Moffatts hits the stage in Manila with a crowd-pleasing concert held at the SMART-Araneta Coliseum on February 18, 2017. It’s a farewell tour, but only because it’s time to begin working on some new music and more interesting sound.
We’re lucky enough to take pictures at the special area in front of the stage. It’s not very often that people get the opportunity to shoot from the pit. We are thankful to Midas Promotions and Ms. Grace Foronda for this chance to get that perfect shot. It was an amazing photo pit experience!
The iconic pop rock band was known for hits like “Miss You Like Crazy,” “If Life is So Short,” Girl of My Dreams,” “Bang Bang Boom,” and “I’ll Be There for You,” among many others. The Moffatts reminisced on their previous biggest shows in Manila, performed their 90s hits, shared stories onstage, and offered new music to look forward to.
Sabrina has always received a lot of attention for precisely doing a lot of covers. Despite her status, she has come to be known as Asia’s Acoustic Sweetheart, recognized in ASEAN countries for her musical ability and acoustic style. Her “I Love Acoustic” series in 8 volumes to date has reached loads of Platinum successes.
Setting aside her significant talents, as a performer and a recording artist, what makes Sabrina special are her three specific gifts: humility, love for supporters, and just importantly, her genuine perspective in song writing.
Over a span of eight years, Sabrina has performed a number of original songs written like “Again” (by Anj Sulit) and “Sa Bawat Paghinga” (by Toto Sorioso). Adding to her song treasury of originals are “One True Love,” “Over For Now But Not Forever,” “Oh Boy,” and “Paradise.”
As anticipated, she’s inspired to create songs from her own experiences and thoughts as she is extremely positive about releasing an all-original album. She probably didn’t spend a long time thinking about this dream, instead, she starts it with the first step of writing songs. She is focus to her goals no matter how bold and risky it may be. For her, this comes as a reinvention of herself.