Following the success of her first digital concert, Morissette announced a repeat of her concert dubbed "Experience The Phoenix" on Feb. 5.
On Instagram, Morissette said that she's happy with the result of her first venture as a concert producer.
"Still on cloud 9 (in this case, a huge fiery red cloud of crêpe paper covering the entire floor by the one and only @edlacsonjr hahaha) from the PHOENIX digital concert this weekend.
"My heart is full. So so so happy and grateful for everyone's amazing feedback towards the show, my first project as a concert producer, with of course the guidance of our mentors. And with that, due to insistent public demand, we've officially also announced that we are having a REPEAT to #ExperienceThePhoenix happening on Feb. 5, Saturday at 8 pm (Philippine Time)!!! This is your chance to finally catch it if you haven't yet, get your tickets now on @ktx.ph," she said.
Prior to her concert, Morissette revealed that she was confined in the hospital after she and her fiancé' Dave Lamar were tested positive for COVID-19 with mild flu-like symptoms.
She said that Dave was discharged earlier but stayed with her in the hospital room to keep her company. "We would just play Pinoy Henyo ('cause it somewhat didn't require me using a phone that also triggered my migraines) to pass the time."
Morissette celebrated her 10th year in the entertainment business by mounting her first digital concert, “Phoenix,” last Jan. 23 and 24.
Her stardom is manifested in her extensive presence online. She has attained considerable attention on social media, especially from international video reactors.
Touted as the best singer of her generation, Morissette rose to prominence because of her exceptional voice and musicality. After winning first runner-up in TV5’s talent search, “Star Factor,” and is one of the finalists of “The Voice Philippines,” Morissette went on to become a regular artist on ABS-CBN’s Sunday noontime show, “ASAP.”
Morissette released her debut album with Star Records, rolling out hits like “Diamante” and “Akin Ka Na Lang.”
Her guesting on the popular radio/video show, “Wish Bus,” reached 139 million views. While her 2018 concert, “Morissette is Made,” an acid test of her drawing power, filled the Araneta Coliseum to the rafters.
She has been dubbed “Asia’s Phoenix.” No wonder, her first digital concert, which she, herself, produced, was aptly titled “Phoenix.” Concert directors are Ed Lacson and Jason Max.
In line with her goal to make it internationally, Morissette has evolved into a prolific singer-songwriter. Her newly released EP, is No. 1 on iTunes not only in the Philippines but in other countries, as well.