Live in Toronto Concert Review
The recent Piolo Pascual
solo concert at the John Bassett Theatre was announced just a few short weeks
before the event; very little time to organize anything let alone a show
of this kind. Fortunately for Kubo Productions, the team behind this undertaking,
it was Piolo they were marketing. Piolo, of course, is one of those rare
individuals who can make women of any age swoon. His striking good looks
made him the most popular actor in the Philippines and has won him a loyal
following around the world. His movies and television shows have garnered
him numerous acting awards and his foray into the music business produced
several gold and platinum albums. These accolades however, are very different
from performing live; a task Piolo undertook with ease.
Prior to the event, it was
rumoured that he would only sing less than a hand-full of songs, reminiscent
of his days touring with The Hunks and The Heartthrobs.
This speculation was quickly squashed by Piolo himself who joked about it
at the beginning of the show. The concert went on for nearly three hours
with Piolo singing the theme songs for his films and television shows. As
simplistic as it may have appeared, Piolo alone on stage was more than enough
to entertain an enthusiastic, near sell-out crowd. In what was revealed as
an impromptu inclusion to his set, he sang acoustic versions of some of his
most popular hits like Kailangan Kita. His exceptional rapport
with the audience was evident as he walked them through the highlights of
his career. Although at times it felt like an intimate show, the theatre
was abuzz from start to finish with women from opposite ends of the age spectrum
clamouring to get near Piolo especially when he briefly ventured off stage
to hand out roses.
Special guest star and YouTube
sensation Maria Aragon was also a great addition
to the show. In only her second major
appearance, she conducted herself with ease as she performed the Lady Gaga
song that made her famous. Her brother also joined her on stage to accompany
her as she sang the Bruno Mars hit Just The Way You Are. With
obvious wisdom beyond her years, she encouraged other youngsters to continue
pursuing their dreams pointing out the fact that it took 72 uploaded videos
on the site to get her where she is today.
It should also be noted
that guest performances by RJ Roa and front acts The Brothers
and MNP were short but very entertaining. All three were extremely
talented and deserving of the audiences attention. It would not surprise
me if these youngsters are asked to perform again at many other Filipino-Canadian
I have to mention the fact
that the meet and greet with Piolo the day before the concert, the event
itself and the autograph signing after the show were organized impeccably.
I have been to many events ill-prepared for the inevitable onslaught of fans
but I must give kudos to the organizers of Piolos Toronto stop. The
show and everything arranged in conjunction with it was impressive and deserving
of its own applause. Well done Piolo! Well done Kubo Productions!
boosts ticket sales for US concert
FUNFARE By Ricardo
Philippine Star, Nov. 19, 2009
The last leg of the Sessionistas
US concert tour, held last Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Colden Auditorium of Queens
College in Flushing, New York, went on without any hitch.
You see, East Coast fans
of M.Y.M.P. were worried that Juris Fernandez and Chin Alcantara might not
show up because of their recent break-up which Funfare reported in a
scoop. The duo topbilled the concert (earlier mounted in California,
Las Vegas and Washington D.C.) together with Aiza Seguerra, Sitti, Duncan
Ramos, Nina and Richard Poon.
Big Apple correspondent Edmund Silvestre, M.Y.M.P. is extremely popular
in the US. To appease their fans, the concerts producer, Jason Purino
of NOSAJ Entertainment, immediately issued press releases announcing that
Juris and Chin would, as they promised, honor their commitments until end
of the year.
Edmund said that the dissolution
of M.Y.M.P. definitely drummed up more interest in the NY show dubbed as
the biggest jamming affair of the year for Fil-Am music lovers.
And this translates, of
course, to bigger ticket sales.
We cant say
if its because of the interest in the M.Y.M.P. split-up
or because of the star power of the Sessionistas,
Edmund quoted a concert insider as saying.
Edmund noted that M.Y.M.P.,
formed in 2003 and which became one of the top acoustic bands in the Philippines,
will forever be part of the Philippine pop music history, along with their
hit songs Especially For You, Tell Me Where It Hurts, Kailan, Huwag Mo Nang
Itanong, to mention some.
The Funfare source said
that Juris cited irreconcilable professional differences as the
reason for the break-up and at the same time announced that shes going
solo having signed an album contract with Star Records. Meanwhile, Chin is
reportedly searching for a new partner to continue with M.Y.M.P.
Here are Edmunds thumbnail
sketches of the other Sessionistas:
Aiza Seguerra is
a suki in the US concert scene. The former child wonder turned into an acoustic
superstar with a certified platinum record in Asia (and quintuple platinum
in the Philippines), Sobrang ganda at linis ng boses, said Albert
Ignacio of The Filipino Reporter, the best-selling Filipino newspaper in
the East Coast. Effortless yet amazing. Ang sarap niyang pakinggan,
parang lagi kang idinuduyan.
Sitti, whose NY debut
concert last year filled a trendy Manhattan club, keeps getting more popular
by the day since Boy Abundas Backroom, Inc. managed her career. Shes
known as RPs Bossa Nova Queen. Fil-Am fans adore not only her soothing
voice and sweet personality, but also her flawless beauty and charm.
Duncan Ramos, former
vocalist of South Border and once linked to Rufa Mae Quinto, front-acted
for Alicia Keys in her concert in Manila last year. Hes a brilliant
singer, said Ma. Kristina Salcedo Go of Long Island, N.Y. Cute
at malakas ang appeal.
Richard Poon, said
to be the new generations Jose Mari Chan, is gifted with a calming,
classy voice. No wonder various commercial airlines have been featuring his
songs in their selection of Asian artists.
Nina, known as the
Soul Siren of the Philippines, is the first Filipino female singer to have
received the Diamond Record Award for her album Nina Live! the biggest selling
album by a female OPM artist, and the fourth biggest selling album in OPM
history. She may not possess the pipes of a Mariah Carey or a Regine Velasquez,
but theres something magical about her that continues to attract followers.
Standing ovation for
Several issues ago, Funfare
reported that Stephanie Reese was performing
at the Carnegie Hall in New York City after her
concert at the Music Museum last October.
She gave an outstanding
performance before some 600 people, reported Manny Caballero,
Funfares other New York correspondent also connected with The Filipino
Reporter (one of the events media partners). After giving her
a standing ovation, the audience demanded for an encore.
Stephanie is dubbed as the
Standing Ovation Queen and she did live up to her title.
Manny said that proceeds
from the concert would go to Reeses philanthropic project of building
a Gawad Kalinga village for poor families and to the victims of the recent
destructive typhoons, both in the Philippines.
In a pre-concert note in
the November 2009 Carnegie Hall Playbill where 12 pages were devoted to the
Reese concert, Stephanie wrote, By the end of tonight, 30 families
will have homes, many more will receive relief goods to help them survive
after the tragic flooding in the Philippines.
Discussing her career as
a performer, Stephanie added, I came to realize through many life
challenging events that I wanted to not only be a thriving singer and actress,
but also someone that would be able to use my artistic gifts from God for
a higher purpose beyond all the Hollywood lights and curtain calls.
Heres the rest of
For more than two hours,
the former Miss Saigon star in Germany and Londons West End actress
entertained the audience composed mostly of Fil-Ams, including her parents
who flew in from the West Coast, GKs Tony Meloto and New York Consul
General Cecilia B. Rebong.
With empathic ability, Stephanie
alternately made her audience extremely quiet, applaud, laugh and even cry
at one point when she shared a sad personal experience prior to belting a
Despite nagging colds, Stephanie
wowed the audience with her powerful voice. Her repertoire included some
of her own compositions, like the now well-liked Chaka Laka Boom Boom. She
made difficult songs seem easy to sing with her flawless voice.
Stephanie was accompanied
on the piano by the Paris-based Fil-Am John Florencio. In the popular Tagalog
song Ikaw, Filipino pianist and music director Glenn Lemen accompanied the
singer. Guest performers were singer Calvin Keen and Flamenco dancer Sergio
Stephanie Reese debuts
at Carnegie Hall - A Review
Text By Dennis Sy
Photos by Karla Lim
The final result doesn't
even begin to tell half of the story.
By the end of the show,
a world-class talent stood tall in one of the most prestigious concert halls
in the heart of New York City, triumphant in a command performance that will
long be remembered by those who were lucky enough to have graced this particular
concert, and with the goal of building an entire village for 30 Filipino
families having been successfully attained.
But beyond the prestige
and the glamour associated with any Carnegie Hall event, this was an arduous
journey that can either define you as one who has faced your challenges head-on
with steely determination, or as one who was cowed into submission by forces
seemingly thrust upon you simply to test your will.
The challenges were many,
and oftentimes they were quite unexpected. It's the nature of the business,
and quite typical of any production.
More so for a production
of this magnitude and significance.
But it is the indomitable
spirit of one Stephanie Reese that ultimately carried this production to
its successful realization. Beyond the angelic voice, the soaring notes,
the comedic timing, the emotional renderings, and the expected standing
ovations,Stephanie Reese is a performer who knows what she wants, what she's
great at, and what's the best way to deliver this to her audience in one
seamless package that can only lead to one enchanting evening of pure
Of course, no successful
production stands simply on one leg, as Stephanie surrounded herself with
an extremely talented supporting cast, led by Paris-based Musical Director
John Florencio on piano and vocals, Robert McCullough on bass, Sonny Ratcliff
on drums, with special performances by uber smooth tenor Calvin Keen, Argentinian
dancer Sergio Viglini, and special participation by musical arranger Glenn
Lemen from Manila. Running the show and putting all these pieces together
fell on the very able hands of Technical Director Ted Benito. Lastly, the
'line producer' is a gross understatement
of the significant role Elton Lugay played in this production.
Worthy of acknowledgment
too was the invisible crew of dedicated and selfless volunteers who took
care of all the little details that in a big way contributed to the success
of this show: Jon Reedyk, Vin Limjap, Ingrid Rogers, Kimberly Rogers, Karla
Lim, John Paul Su, and Wence Abad.
Congratulations to producers
Sylvia Cancio, Pete and Shirley Domingo for bringing us the Stephanie Reese
at Carnegie Hall concert, and for undertaking this project for the benefit
of the Gawid Kalinga organization.
Sometimes it really takes
a "village" to make a difference, because on this one special night, 600
people (the hall was packed) came together to actually build an entire village
for families in need back in the Philippines. That's one evening very well
Concert Review: Rick
Springfield at Twin Rivers - Lincoln, RI
by Gretheline Bolandrina
Friday, October 16, 2009:
I have to admit I am not a fan of Rick Springfield. My Younger sister Chiqui
is. She's always liked his music and when we were growing up in the Philippines,
she was the kid who would rush home from school to watch him play Dr. Noah
Drake on General Hospital (granted they were mostly re-runs). I've listened
to Rick Springfield songs mainly because the same younger sister pushed it
on us. I remember having to sit through a movie starring Rick Springfield.
My movie memory fails me now, can't identify the movie title. Nor can I recall
the movie plot! Not that I'm dating myself, but my musical interests were
mellow and OPM (Original Pilipino Music). What brings me to see Rick Springfield
now? Sheer curiosity. It helped that the concert venue is close by.
in front of a very enthusiastic crowd (of mostly women!) at the Twin Rivers
Event Center in Lincoln, Rhode Island, Rick Springfield started the show
off with a bang. No opening acts of upcoming singers or bands. Promptly,
it was Rick and he was dancing on and around the stage. Jumping and short
of doing cartwheels. He played several guitars (and a pretty mean guitar
too). I wondered why he had to have that many guitars, well, I came to find
out later, smashing dozens of roses most probably explained that. He must
not feel underrated as a guitar player because he shows how well he jams
on the guitar. His vocals are strong, the one song I could sing to, "Jessie's
Girl" sounded as crisp as when I first heard the recording back in the 80's.
Rick's stage presence is good, as the many swooning women could attest, though
I'm not too keen on him taking his shirt off. His abs were sculpted to be
shown, I guess.
A few songs into the show,
a woman breaks through security, makes it on stage to give Rick a hug. Several
fans gave Rick roses which he accepted and then pounded on his guitar. A
few more women attempted a break onto the stage but the alert security people
got them first. His mike stand held roughly sixteen guitar picks at the beginning
of the show, by the time he played most of his hits, he's thrown most of
the picks out into the crowd. Majority of the songs he played had every person
in the crowd singing the words and every person on the floor dancing to them.
At one point , he was sort of surfing the crowd by stepping chair to chair
on the first few rows. There was an awkward moment when he was encouraging
participation from a non-singing security guy. A much more participatory
security guy came to the rescue and sang a few lines, albeit off key.
Hard to believe the show
ended as quickly as it started. Rick Springfield's been rocking for over
twenty years. His energy level and enthusiasm at Twin Rivers Event Center
may be proof that he's out to rock for more years to come. Outstanding acoustics
and very nice lighting helped. The evening was very entertaining. The venue
comfy. The overall experience enjoyable. I still am not a Rick Springfield
fan. I did purchase two CDs (Venus in Overdrive and My Precious Little One)
for Chiqui. But now, I get to say, I saw and heard Rick Springfield live
at Twin Rivers, and yeah, Dr. Noah Drake rocks!
As 1 lives up to
hype... and more!
By Chuck Gomez
Philippine Star, September 21, 2009
MANILA, Philippines - The
erratic weather the past two weeks, especially last Saturday, Sept. 19 tested
the faith of the team behind As 1, including its stars Martin Nievera and
Many times, people asked
us about our contingency plan in case rain will pour that night since the
concert was held at the gargantuan open-air concert grounds of SM Mall of
Asia (MOA). Our contingency plan prayers for each person involved
in the concert elicited a mixture of ridicule and support.
The heat was sweltering
from morning to early noon at the MOA. The open ground was a furnace, and
taxed everybodys mind and body a lot. The weather shifted in mid-afternoon.
The pouring rain made all of us a bit tense. Before fear of bad weather took
over our hearts, Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano and Ronnie Henares led the
team in prayer. In less than 10 minutes, the spirits of the grateful As 1
team soared as the sky cleared. Martin and Gary started doing their run-through
with the dancers and musicians at around 3 p.m.
The gates opened at 4:30
p.m. and the massive crowd started to enter the venue, filling it to capacity
by 8 p.m. Celebrities like Sharon Cuneta, Sen. Kiko Pangilinan, Anthony
Pangilinan, Ruffa Guttierez, Jericho Rosales, Toni Gonzaga, Nikki Gil, Shaina
Magdayao, Karylle, Zsa Zsa Padilla, and Verni Varga came to witness what
was expected to be the concert event of the year.
At 8:30 p.m., a gentle breeze
enveloped the venue as Martin and Gary opened the show with the powerful,
energetic On The Right Track and Hataw Na. It took the team, with Martin
and Gary at the helm almost three months to conceptualize the repertoire
which aimed to chronicle the two stars careers. Martin and Gary gave
their fans and peers more than what was expected.
When they were performing
the segment on the movie and TV theme songs they recorded, small raindrops
trickled from the sky and thick clouds hovered over the venue. Lightning
the south side of MOA.
I was with friends and Verni.
We fell silent, then exchanged nervous laughter. Verni led me and my team
in prayer. Everybody in the team was praying too because we did not know
what will happen to the audience if rain pours.
Will they stay and watch
the show? How about the handicapped in the audience most of them senior
citizens in wheelchairs? Where will we seat the celebrity guests?
Then a miracle happened:
the sky cleared and a single star shone. The show ran its course and yes,
it was magical and miraculous!
We were all pumped up with
adrenaline after the show and we proceeded to Fish &. Co. for the
In mid-laughter and over
light beer, Tita Angeli approached me and said Martin cant make it
to the party because he was rushed to Makati Medical Center due to exhaustion
and dehydration. Gary was first to react and it was apparent that he was
really affected about what happened to Martin.
We kept everything hush-hush
and entertained our guests. As soon as everybody left, we all went to Makati
Med to check on Martin. Gary, Tita Angeli, Ronnie and some of the concert
staff arrived there first. Gary led the group in prayer for Martins
speedy recovery. (Its very interesting to note that it is actually
Gary, a diabetic, who has a stronger tendency to suffer from fatigue but
ironically it was Martin who got really exhausted). My staff and I followed
and as we entered the hospital at around 2 a.m., we were surprised to see
Pops Fernandez in the lobby.
Pops did not go to the concert
because she had a previous engagement but when she found out about Martins
condition, she rushed to the hospital to check on him. Their kids, Robin
and Ram were there. So was Martins sister, Gina Godinez-Tabuena.
Because he was so concerned
about the weather and pressures of the show, Martin did not eat anything
last Saturday. The changing weather did not help either. It was hot in the
morning, raining in the afternoon, and humid in the evening.
The lights onstage focused
on him. The dressing room was air-conditioned.
The doctors said Martin was dehydrated and exhausted. He was
on IV when we arrived and doctors said he just has to finish the dextrose
and replenish the liquids he lost. Then, hes free to go.
Pops, the kids, and the
As 1 PR team stayed with Martin till 4 a.m. He was released from the hospital
Sunday morning. Martin told me hes set to go back to the US tomorrow.
It was indeed an evening
of beautiful music with so many colorful highlights. But what I learned is
that, at the end of the day, God is the star of any show and prayer is still
the best contingency plan for any endeavor to succeed.
Sold-out Martin Nievera
concert featuring Brian McKnight did not disappoint
by Rene Villaroman
Asian Journal, Dec. 28, 2008
Nievera proved that he could still pack them in his My Christmas List
concert with Brian McKnight held on Sunday, December 21, 2009 at the Morongo
Casino. Every seat in that contest was sold out and hundreds of fans were
lined up at the venues entrance one hour before the concert began at
Martin gave a wonderful
concert full of his characteristic self-deprecating humor, and a mosaic of
songs from the 60s through today. The concert also showcased the talents
of his guest artists RJ de la Fuente and Stephanie Reese.
"It seemed to me that this
particular concert was very personal to Martin, and although he was exhausted
by the end of the showit ran nearly three hourshe was very proud
and happy to have been given this performance," attests Ted Benito, who was
the concerts stage manager. "I do have to say that Jackie Regala and
Cliff Villaflor did a great job in producing the show." Martin was joined
by his older sons Robin and Ram in a trio of a song that he had written when
the boys were still very young, and he cuddled his youngest son, Santino,
and sang to him. "Nothing beats having a family," Martin said. "If you
dont have a family, youre nothing," Martin added. "Im so
blessed and I want to share that blessing with you."
Although it was a billed
as a Christmas concert, Martin sang only a couple of Christmas songs. "Are
you in a Christmas mood?" he hollered. "Its my job to put you in a
Christmas mood!" A fan hollered back, "Why arent you wearing red?"
Minutes later, Martin emerged wearing a red plaid tie that he borrowed from
a crewmember backstage. He then opened the concert with Its the
Most Wonderful Time of the Year, that was followed by an acapella rendition
of We Wish You a Merry Christmas by his back-up singers. "My concert
tonight is sold out. Thats a good thing," Martin declared. "To perform
with my back-up band is a joy. Ive never met a group of musicians so
dedicated to music."
"Its such an honor
to be a part of the concert here with Tito Martin and Brian McKnight. Being
in a concert with these people and their caliber, and what theyve done
to music is very exciting," said guest performer RJ de la Fuente. "Humbly,
I thank God for this opportunity. This is pretty big for me," he added.
Guest singer Stephanie Reese,
who had performed with Martin in the past, was thrilled. "I couldnt
believe it," she gushed. "Its a nice way to have a little gift right
before Christmas." Reese sang a medley of Shirley Bassey songs, and Prayer
in a duet with Martin. "I love performing with Martin always," Reese
told Asian Journal after the concert. "I was nervous at first," she said.
"We did not have a proper rehearsal for all the songs. But you know, were
all professionals, so we just winged it. And Im so proud and grateful
to be a part of it," Reese said.
Brian McKnight, of course,
was the most anticipated performer of the show, and when he sauntered on
the stage, the audience went wild. "I met him on his evening show (in Manila),"
McKnight said of Martin. "Hes like my other family." Martin and
Brians friendship and camaraderie is genuine. "What Martin said in
his intro of Brian is completely true," attests Ted Benito. "There is much
respect and admiration from both artists towards each other," Ted told this
writer. Brian sang a brand new composition (still untitled) that he said
he wrote just the other week. Brian also sang Back to One, Ill
Be Home for Christmas and he and Martin sang a medley of Stevie Wonder
original songs, that include Isnt She Lovely,
Superstition, and many others.
Brian is an altogether artist
in a phenomenal world-class of musicianship, according to Benito. "You
cant teach the way he plays the piano and sings," Benito described.
"His talent is God-given and flows directly from his soul."
Brians music segment
was beyond expectation and his duets with Martin on a set of Stevie Wonder
classicsthe first ever in front of an audiencewas historic and
breathtaking vocal dynamism.
in Chevy Chase, Maryland
Friday evening [May 17,
2008] was a wonderful kick-off to a long weekend. And that is because of
the important presence of Songspell talents. We all had been blessed with
beautiful, exciting, and touching songs and the overall performance by these
amazing children was no less than superb! It was excellent! It was terrific!
It was WOW a hundredfold! It was definitely D'BEST!
As for those who were present,
we can all attest that it was such a SUCCESSFUL event. I received great reviews
from a lot of people who were craving for more! We did not want the evening
to end and we wanted to have more!....MORE songs and MORE dances from Songspell!
The crowd reacted in a very positive way and the noise, cheers and jubilation
was so overwhelming, so contagious and so exhilarating! There was a lot of
positive energy and a lot of fun. It was a JOY and very HUMBLING and it makes
you feel proud to be a PINOY!
I know I was so touched
especially when they sang the "Bayan Ko" song - I realized that I was not
alone who was moved by it. It certainly brought tears... tears of joy, admiration
and gratefulness. No wonder it was called "Handumanan (Memories)" - it brought
good memories of our homeland and our heritage. We have good memories of
The Songspell performers
who gave me feedback said that the Raleigh crowd was the best during this
Tour as it made them feel energized and grateful to be here! They are truly
Ambassadors of peace, unity, love and of music! They deserve an encore!
TWO QUEENS WOW LOS
Review by Cynthia
de Castro, AsianJournal.com
The Philippines Queen of
Rock N Roll, Elizabeth Ramsey and her daughter, Jaya the Queen of Soul,
set the cold wintery night aflame with music at their Rock and Soul Concert
at the Long Beach Convention Center last night. Although they have performed
together in various shows in the Philippines before, Elizabeth and Jayas
February 8  US Show was their first major duo concert.
In an exclusive interview
at the Asian Journals office in Los Angeles, Elizabeth could not contain
her excitement about their show.
concert naming ni Jaya. We will not only sing songs that are surely well-loved
by everyone, but we promise it will be so much fun. Nakaka-tanggal ng arthritis,
diabetes, bara-bara sa mga arteries. Nakakatunaw ng cholesterol, Elizabeth
Jaya chimed in as she explained,
Not a lot of singers can perform onstage and can interact with the
audience. I think this is something my Mama and I can do. In this show, we
will give the audience more than just songs. We really want to give people
a good time, fun and laughter. Kaya, we will have asaran, kulitan, sayawan,
kuwentuhan, tawanan at siyempre, kantahan. She added.
And true enough, Jaya and
Elizabeth captured the crowds rapt attention from the moment they walked
onstage to the end of the concert. Their excitement level rubbed off on everyone
else in the theatre as the two obviously had a great time interacting with
each other and with the crowd. The mother-daughter team playing back and
forth off each other made for an incredible show-a stunning, visual, vocal
and emotional experience one will find hard to forget.
voice was as powerful as ever as she belted out old-time favorite ballads
and rock n roll hits. Jayas voice was equally flawless as she
sang great songs from her latest album. Cool Change, and Tagalog hit songs
which were so loved by the crowd.
Like all who know and see
Elizabeth, the crowd was so amazed at her youthful looks and energy.
parang hindi tumatanda, was the usual comment of fans who know
that she has been in show business for over 50 years now. Elizabeth revealed
the key to her looking and staying young, I believe that God gave me
a mission and that is it to entertain and make people laugh. Gusto ko lagi
akong nagpapasaya ng tao. Kaya siguro I dont look and act my age (76)
at kaya andito pa ako, she said.
Jaya said her mothers
energy and youthful appearance is a blessing from God. Regalo yan sa
kanya ng Diyos kasi she hardly exercises and she doesnt keep to a healthy
A mainstay of the Sunday
noontime variety show SOP over GMA 7, and one of the main hosts of ALL STAR
K, Jaya announced to Asian Journal that she has a new show over QTV. It was
launched just a week ago, entitled One Proud Mama, a talk show featuring
mothers of well-known individuals.
Elizabeth, a widow for the
past 50 years, lives in Manila right across from Jaya, who is married to
Filipino-American Gary Gotidoc, with whom she has a daughter named Sabriya.
Rock and Soul was one of
the finest Pinoy concerts in LA. The passion and talent the incredible stage
presence, the power and force of Elizabeths and Jayas music were
amazing! If you were there, you know what Im talking about. IF you
werent you should have been. They were well worth watching and we hope
to see more of them in California.
Production: World Premier
For Inquires for Jaya or
Elizabeth please feel free to contact: Michelle Feniquito (818) 679-1085
Inquires will be forwarded to Manager Stella Sampedro.