Coming from the successful Threelogy US Tour that was sold out in six cities in April, Starmedia exclusively brings back Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista, Asia’s Phoenix Morissette, and Pop Ballad Royalty and King of OPM theme songs Erik Santos for Threelogy 2.0 happening in four US cities this November.
“We’re excited about this concert that will feature fresh takes on our favorite and most requested songs from these amazing artists, and I'm sure our kababayans will enjoy the show! ” said Anna Puno, concert producer and President and CEO of Starmedia Entertainment.
Heartthrob crooner Christian Bautista has been serenading fans as “Asia’s Romantic Balladeer” for two decades now. Early this year, he released a duet with singer Julie Anne San Jose titled “Everybody Hurts,” an empowering song about perseverance and positivity. This October, Christian bagged the Male Recording Artist of the Year award for his single “Bukas Wala Nang Ulan” at the 13th PMPC Star Awards for Music.
Morissette, meanwhile, recently earned the most nominations for an artist in the 35th Awit Awards and was hailed the National Winner for Best Theme Song at the prestigious 2022 Asian Academy Creative Awards for her rendition of the massive hit “Gusto Ko Nang Bumitaw.” Last August, the singer-songwriter and proud Cebuana also unveiled her new Bisaya single “Undangon Ta Ni,” which loosely translates to “Let’s Stop This,” a song about moving forward and choosing oneself. The song is available on all streaming platforms including Spotify, where Morissette has reached 1 million monthly streams.
Erik Santos has been in the entertainment industry for 19 years and has a rich discography, concert appearances, several accolades, and a slew of hits to his name. He is the voice behind numerous unforgettable ABS-CBN teleserye theme songs and, to this day, is a mainstay at the Sunday variety show ASAP and a hurado for It’s Showtime’s long-time singing competition “Tawag ng Tanghalan.” He recently released a song called “Hanggang Sa Huli” from the album “The Music of Jonathan Manalo: 20 Years.”
These three powerhouse icons performed at the San Mateo Performing Arts Center near San Francisco last Nov. 5. Other concert dates: Eisemann Center for The Performing Arts in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 11, 2022, 7:30 p.m.; Northshore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie, Illinois on Nov. 13, 2022, 5:00 p.m., and the Cramton Auditorium (Howard University) Washington, DC on Nov./ 19, 2022, 7:00 p.m.
For tickets, you may visit www.starmediaentertainment.com or call 818-913-8998 / 818-913-5