Archives for “Music”

Lin Yu Chun on Lopez Tonight

After the Taiwanese Susan Boyle’s Lin Yu Chun performed I Will Always Love You on a reality show hit the web, it became an instant web viral video.

Here comes another Asian internet hit. After this boy’s singing performance on a Taiwanese reality show hit the YouTube, it became an instant web sensation.

A “Journey” man to the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Arnel Pineda, the popular Filipino lead singer of the American rock band, “Journey”, will be on the March 13th Pacquiao vs Clottey bout to sing the Philippine National anthem, “Lupang Hinirang”, on the ceremony before the main event card of “The Event”.

Who says a heavyweight boxer can’t do the moves on the dance floor? Well, a boxing legend just did it. The weight was not a problem, not even his bulk muscle physique prevented him on gracing the dance floor.

The Filipino Dancing Inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) became popular on YouTube with their dance performances to the music of some popular artists. These prisoners have done some dance moves on Queen Medley, Jai Ho, Nobody, some of Michael Jackson’s hit songs and more.

The Ukulele Kid performed his ukulele skills later last year with viral videos of some popular songs like “I’m Yours” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” that circulated YouTube around December of 2009. The former received massive views of around 12 million views while the latter was also on the million level.

The Ukulele Boy is making a huge wave on the YouTube scene with his solo ukulele performances from the past months. He became an instant fame on the internet thanks to this generation’s video sharing technology.

Looking Back at the Smokey Mountain

Looking back on the Smokey Mountain days. I can still remember those good old elementary school days way back in the 1990s when most of the time after school, me and my childhood friends either play or stroll on most of the streets around town just to discover new places.

I’m Yours! When this boy played his own ukulele version of Jason Mraz’s hit, “I’m Yours”, it became an instant web hit. As of this post, this boy’s ukulele video of “I’m Yours” is already over four million views on youtube and continues to increase its number of views as hours passed by.

The Dancing Inmates of the Philippines made a huge wave on YouTube right from the very first video performance they did garnering millions of hits or views. Since then, the prisoners of Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) have been a consistent hit on the Youtube scene mesmerizing anyone who watches their dance performance […]

Last October 15, Allan Pineda Lindo better known as of the Black Eyed Peas (BEP) and founder of Jeepney Music has performed a benefit concert in the Philippines to aid the victims of Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana). The event was held at the Skydome SM North Edsa, Manila.

Bahay Kubo (Nipa Hut) is a native house used in the Philippines mostly before and during the Spanish era. It’s still used today in some rural areas of the country. It is known as the national house of the Filipinos. Its body is constructed out of bamboo tied together and the roof is made out […]

Michael Jackson died at the age of 50 a few months ago. Widely known as the “King of Pop”, he broke records with his chart-topping songs and albums sales making him one of the most commercially successful entertainers of all time.

After the preliminary auditions, 48 hopefuls made it to the quarterfinal round of America’s Got Talent composed of the Top 40 that includes Thia Megia and 8 Wild Cards.

A second glimpse, Eraserheads music

A second glimpse on the Eraserheads archives. This is a continuation of my Glimpse of the past, Eraserheads post. In that post, I take a look back at their first official released magazine, “Pillbox”.

14-year old Filipino-American Thia Megia recently auditioned at the “Windy City”, Chicago,  in a reality talent search in the US, America’s Got Talent now on its 4th season.

The Eraserheads smashed the music scene in the 90’s with their unique style and chart-topping songs. Anyone can relate to their songs because they write about reality, what’s happening in each and everyone’s lives. They built a foundation for today’s hottest rock bands and solo artists.

Tribute to Francis Magalona, RIP

Rest in Peace Francis Magalona Kaleidoscope World by Francis Magalona So many faces, so many races Different voices, different choices And some are mad while others laugh Some live alone with no better-half Others grieve while others curse And others mourn behind a big black hearse And some are pure and some half-bred And some […]