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♫ Regine Velasquez ♫ ANAK ni mang gerry at mommy v at NANAY ni Nate ♪Diva Meter VI

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Regine Velasquez (born Regina Encarnacion Ansong Velasquez on April 22, 1970) is a Filipina singer, actress, record producer and TV host.

Velasquez was the first Filipino to stage a solo concert at the Main Hall of Carnegie Hall, part of Carnegie Hall's centennial-year concert series. Her album Listen Without Prejudice achieved platinum certification in several countries.

In 2000, she performed the country's millennial theme, televised in 55 broadcast networks throughout the world to coincide with midnight in Manila. She has sold more than 5 Million albums making her the best selling Filipino Artist in the Philippines.

Also in Asia she has sold more than 1 Million.
"In Love With You," a duet with Jacky Cheung, reached MTV Asia and Channel V music charts.

She has collaborated with artists such as Paul Anka, David Hasselhoff, 98 Degrees, Brian McKnight, Mandy Moore, Ronan Keating, Stephen Bishop Jim Brickman, Peabo Bryson, Jeffrey Osborne,Dave Koz, Grasshopper, Coco Lee, Michel Legrand, David Pomeranz, Eduardo Capetillo, Fernando Carrillo. "In Love With You," a duet with Jacky Cheung, reached MTV Asia and Channel V music charts.

She has also embarked on several television and film projects, receiving a Best Actress Award for her portrayal of a mentally challenged woman in Maalaala Mo Kaya. Velasquez also formed IndiMusic (iMusic), a record label partnered with Bella Tan's Universal Records., She is currently managed by Aria Productions.
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  • RV4lifeRV4life Member PExer
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    Biography
    1970–1985: Early life and discovery


    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]Velasquez is the first child of Teresita and Gerardo Velasquez, born in Tondo, Metro Manila, Philippines on April 22, 1970. Her family moved to Hinundayan, Southern Leyte, where Velasquez studied at the Hinundayan Central School.

    Music had a large influence on her childhood; her father always sang Frank Sinatra songs to the children and her mother accompanied on guitar. Regine always loved music and even before she could read, she was singing along with the family. Her father noticed her talent and decided to sign her up for small local singing competitions. He helped train her voice by having her sing while neck-deep in the ocean. Her mother also helped by teaching her how to move on stage and interpret songs. At the age of six, Velasquez participated in a nationally-televised amateur singing competition, The Tita Betty's Children's Show. Her piece, "Buhat Nang Kita'y Makilala" ("Since I Met You"), won third place and being the youngest contender, this was quite an accomplishment. Velasquez continued to compete in more singing competitions in small towns around the country. By nine, Velasquez and her family had moved to Balagtas, Bulacan, where she studied at Balagtas Central School. She later studied at St. Lawrence Academy, where she won Vocal Solo and Vocal Duet awards for her school at the annual BULPRISA (Bulacan Private School Association) competition.

    At fourteen, Velasquez entered the senior division of Ang Bagong Kampeon (The New Champion), a nationally-televised singing competition, hosted by Bert "Tawa" Marcelo and Asia's "Queen of Songs", Pilita Corrales. Her father suggested that she audition with "Saan Ako Nagkamali" ("Where Did I Go Wrong"). She won for eight straight weeks and became the first grand champion of the show. The show's musical director, Dominic Salustiano, suggested her winning piece, George Benson's "In Your Eyes." She won a contract with Octoarts, recording the single "Love Me Again" as "Chona Velasquez," her nickname at the time. She then joined the Organisasyon ng mga Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM), an organization of Filipino singers, performing in music lounges all over Metro Manila. Members of OPM helped her out by giving her industry advice and by lending their gowns for her performances.[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    1986–87: Debuts

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]At the behest of friend and fellow Octoarts recording artist, Pops Fernandez, Velasquez guested on the now defunct GMA 7 Variety TV show, 'Penthouse Live' on February 16, 1986. This is considered the biggest turning point of her career as this is where Ronnie Henares, the show's producer, noticed her potential and offered to become her manager. Martin Nievera, Pops' husband and co-host of the show, suggested to Velasquez that she drop the name Chona and use Regine as her screen name. That year, her father resigned from his job as a construction estimator to fully attend to his daughter's blossoming career.

    Viva Records signed Velasquez to a contract in 1987, releasing her self-titled debut album. The album contained the hits "Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang, "Isang Lahi" and "Urong Sulong."

    Her first regularly televised performances were musical variety shows with ensemble casts, such as ABS-CBN's Triple Treat and the Sunday variety show Teen Pan Alley. Velasquez and Alley's Janno Gibbs continued to collaborate throughout the years, creating the musical Kenkoy at Rosing, recording the hit cover song "Magkasuyo Buong Gabi," and performing duets in concert.[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    1988–1991: International exposure

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]In 1988, Regine cut her hair short out of protestations that she was not given a chance to stage her first concert entitled, "True Colors" because "The Jets" were performing on that same day which was on her 18th birthday.

    In 1989, Regine was chosen to represent the Philippines in the Asia-Pacific Singing Contest held in Hong Kong. At first Regine declined, but with much convincing from her friends she agreed to represent the country. And on Dec. 23, 1989, Regine won the grand prize with her song, "You'll Never Walk Alone" from Carousel and "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from Dreamgirls. Because of her victory, it became the starting point of her nickname as the "Asia's Songbird."

    One of the veteran singer-composers in the Philippines, Jose Mari Chan, hand-picked Velasquez to be his duet partner for his album entitled Constant Change. The album was awarded a Certified Diamond Record Award by the PRIMA (equivalent to ten platinum awards).Gary Valenciano, one of the country's singer-songwriters, penned the song 'Each Passing Night' for his album 'Faces of Love'.

    Velasquez signed with Vicor records and released several albums, starting with Nineteen 90. The album included the "Narito Ako" ("Here I Am"), her first Ogie Alcasid-penned song, "I Have To Say Goodbye and "Promdi".Her first major solo concert, Narito Ako, was standing-room only at the Folk Arts Theater, with Gary Valenciano as a guest performer. She received numerous standing ovations in this concert. This is the first time where she have shown her vocal prowess and never failed the audience to witness the wow factor in every high notes that she sings.



    Velasquez's debut United States solo concert, Narito Ako sa New York (Here I Am in New York), was held at the Main Hall of Carnegie Hall on October 11, 1991 Regine Velasquez delivered an outstanding performances at the Carnegie Hall in New York, considered to be one of the world's most coveted performance venues. Her special guest was Ray-An Fuentes. The concert billed as "Narito Ako sa New York," was a roaring success that earned three standing ovations from the discriminating audience composed of Filipinos and Americans.

    She sang "Urong-Sulong" and "Narito Ako" plus "I'm Your Baby Tonight" "Greatest Love of All," "You'll Never Walk Alone," "We Can Work It Out," "Somewhere" and a Barbara Streisand medley and romance medley with Ray An Fuentes and a lot more. She earned rave reviews from the critics. part of one hundred events of its centennial celebration. Velásquez is the first Filipino to stage a solo concert in the revered venue (The first Filipino group act to perform is the Apo Hiking Society).

    She also released an album, Tagala Talaga ("A Genuine Tagalog Lady"). It comprises her renditions of classic Filipino compositions by Nonong Pedero, Willy Cruz, George Canseco, Louie Ocampo, Freddie Aguilar, and National Artists for Music Awardees Ryan Cayabyab, Lucio D. San Pedro, and Levi Celerio.
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    1992–1999: Asian Music scene

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]In 1992, she continued to guest in several variety shows in the Philippines. She was discovered by Alex Chan and Norman Cheng. Alex Chan is the regional marketing manager of Polygram Far East and Norman Cheng is the president of Polygram Far East.They watched her in her concert "Music and Me" in July, 1993. After the concert, they approached her and they told her that they want to work with her.

    First, they featured Regine in a duet with Paul Anka entitled "It's Hard to Say Goodbye" which is in the album "Reason Enough. Her fourth album, Reason Enough, was released in 1993 and achieved platinum album status. It featured "Sana Maulit Muli," "Babalikang Muli," and her duet with Gary Valenciano, "Slip Away.

    In Nov. 4, 1994, she performed along with Janno Gibbs and Ariel Rivera at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. About 6,100 people came and watched the show. On Nov. 12, 1994, they performed at Cow Palace Auditorium in San Francisco. Ticket sales exceeded 8,200. On Nov. 18, 1994, they performed at the Beacon Theatre in New York. 400 standing-room-only tickets were released along with 3,000 seats sold out 2 weeks before the scheduled concert date.

    By 25, Regine became an International (Asian) Recording Artist.The internationally renowned PolyGram Records produced her first Asian album, "Listen Without Prejudice." Regine's endearing duet with American balladeer Paul Anka, "It's Hard To Say Goodbye" made it high in the charts in many countries. A stylish music video with Asian hearthrob Jacky Cheung which landed the top slot in MTV Asia's Asian Top 20 Videos, launched their beautiful duet entitled "In Love With You " to hit stature in Asia.In Taiwan, it turned platinum just 7 days after its release.

    About the duet "In Love With You", they recorded that song for only 2 hours in Hong Kong. "Follow the Sun," the second single from the album, was composed for her by Glenn Medeiros, a singer-songwriter. She met him when she took part in the Shanghai Music Festival in November, 1993. She did 2 videos: "In Love With You" and "Follow the Sun.

    Regine's second album entitled My Love Emotion, featuring the "You've Made Me Stronger," composed by Trina Belamide.

    She said that this album was born in a live performance in Singapore. She performed there in the Perfect 10 Music Awards in 1995. She was nominated in 2 categories (Favorite New Act and Favorite Performance in a song for "In Love With You") but she lost. She sang "In Love With You" with a Singaporean singer and "What Kind of Fool Am I?." After singing "What Kind of Fool Am I?," Phil Buckle (the guitarist of Southern Sons, an Australian band) congratulated her and he told her that he'd like to write her a song. Phil composed "My Love Emotion" which is also the title of the album. She did 2 videos for "You've Made Me Stronger" and "My Love Emotion., sold 100,000 copies Asia-wide on the first month of its release—that, without the benefit of a full promotional blitz yet.

    As a part of her My Love Emotion Japanese release album launching in Japan Regine was invited with many concert guestings, Asian music gatherings and with many festivals such as Yoshinogari Ruins in Saga Prefecture 1995 when she did the opening number and the closing number for the cited festival. They'd also did a quartet duet for the song 時の流れに身をまかせ (I only care about you) "Flowing With Time" together with the J-pop finest singers Hiromi Iwasaki and Hikaru Nishida also with the Malaysia's Fauziah Latiff..Record-breaking concerts in the United States, and the unprecedented sales of her records in key Asian markets have garnered for Regine the informal title of "Asia's Queen of Pop.

    But busy as she is with her numerous engagements both in and out of the Philippines, Regine has managed to do something very close to her heart
    perform for charity. Singapore's National Kidney Foundation, the HongKong AIDS Foundation, the Hong KongPhilharmonic Orchestra, and the Philippines' Bridges School for Special Children are just a few of the many causes Regine has chosen to be involved in.

    Before Regine participated in the Asian Music Scene in Manila last October 18, 1996, her 3rd Asian album entitled "Retro" was released. The album contains re-arrangements of her favorite songs of the past. She and Remus Choy made a video for the duet "I Can't Help It." Remus should have been part of the album "Listen Without Prejudice." Obviously, it did not push through. They met again in Vietnam where they participated in the Asian Music Scene 1995. Remus told Regine that maybe they could work together this time. Regine agreed happily. Actually, it was Remus who chose the song "I Can't Help It." She did one more video. It was for the song "Fly." There is a treat for her Filipino fans. There is a hidden track in the albums released in the Philippines. The bonus (hidden) track is entitled "Bluer Than Blue." Like her previous Asian albums, it has sold thousands of copies in different parts of Asia. In the Philippines, it has received a sextuple platinum award (6x Platinum).

    .As a part of her Retro album promotion, Velasquez guested and performed with the some of the songs included in her album at the event called The Open Concert in Korean Broadcasting System Korea.

    Velssquez joined Ryan Cayabyab's musical adaptation of José Rizal's Noli Me Tangere at the CCP in 1995. She played the tragic role of Maria Clara opposite Audie Gemora's Crisostomo Ibarra, directed by Nonong Padilla.Vic Del Rosario of Viva saw her performance and offered her the lead in Wanted: Perfect Mother, a movie adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comic book series, loosely based on The Sound of Music.Martin Nievera wrote the theme song, "You Are My Song," one of Velasquez's original hit singles. The movie was her first starring role and first pairing with Christopher De Leon.

    In April 20, 1996,she did a free concert at the UP Sunken Gardento celebrate her 10th year anniversary in show business. It was her way of thanking her countrymen for supporting her all these years. The special guests were Ivy Violan, Nanette Inventor, Bernardo Bernardo, the Tux, Louie Ocampo, Janno Gibbs and Cacai Velasquez. She was the stage director and she conceptualized the show. The musical director was Ryan Cayabyab. They were backed up by the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra.In the same year, Velasquez recorded a Christmas album, Love Was Born on Christmas Day, her final album under Polycosmic Records. She also ended her contract with Primeline, Inc., opting to manage her own career together with her sister, Cacai Velasquez.

    June 7, 1997, she and Kuh Ledesma staged the "Power of 2" in San Francisco and Pasadena in the U.S.. The show was a huge one with over 12,000 people in attendance that rocked San Francisco in years. Afterwards, she had a Canada tour (Toronto, Winnipeg and Calgary) and shows with Pops Fernandez in Italy which were all successful.

    Viva Records released her multi-platinum R&B and hip hop-album Drawn, produced by Mark J. Feist,featuring a portrait made by Velasquez herself on the cover demonstrating her background in fine arts.Songs like "How Could You Leave, "Never Ever Say Goodbye," and more upbeat songs like "Once in a Lifetime" and "Messin' With My Head" demonstrated her versatility. (who has worked with other R&B artists such as Shanice and Destiny's Child). It featured a sketched self-portrait of Velasquez on its album cover. A mix of original and cover tracks with an R&B flair comprised the album. Hard-hitting songs like How Could You Leave, I'll Never Say Goodbye, and fast upbeat songs like Once In A Lifetime and Messin' With My Head celebrated her vocal power, technique, and versatility.The only Filipino track in the album, Ikaw (You), was the theme song of her movie with matinee idol Aga Muhlach. The single Emotions was produced by Mark Feist, who later produced the Destiny's Child cover of the same song in 2001 with very little variation. Velasquez also developed a more sexy public image, distancing herself from her former demure one.

    Eventually, her star shone brighter year after year. Regine became an international star and released three multi-platinum albums in Asia. She toured around the Philippines, and in various countries, captivating jam-packed crowds with her performances. She was really a crowd favorite, in large part to her charm and endearing personality. "I work hard at what I do. I try to do better all the time," she says..[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    2000–2005 New Image and Independence

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]On the evening of 31 December 1999, Christian was joined by more than 2,000 children, some who arrived as early as 10:00 a.m. to rehearse, at the top of Manila Peninsula Hotel. "I was gathering enough energy and strength to face a magnificent milestone in my life," said Christian. Popular Asian singer Regine Velasquez joined the contingent to perform "Written in the Sand", Christian's song to the world.She released an album entitled R2K ("Regine 2000"), containing "revival cuts" (covers) of international artists and achieving Sextuple platinum status in sales and even reached to Ten Times platinum her best selling album so far. She launched the R2K Concert series, her most notable concert series filling the Araneta Coliseum for two days.

    Two years later, she released an all-original album titled Reigne, an anagram from her name and an allusion to her status in the industry. The album included songs like "To Reach You," "Dadalhin," and "Sa Aking Pag-iisa" which even had a remix version. She also worked with singer Marvi Napoles in reviving Mariah Carey/Brian Mcknight Whenever You Call.

    As a spokesperson, she promoted KFC and Wendy's in Asia. In 2002, she received Best Actress in Star Awards for Television in her portrayal of a retarded woman seeking acceptance and love. That same year, Regine was true to form, releasing her most successful movie ("Ikaw Lamang, Hanggang Ngayon") to date. Add to that an MTV Asia award for "Best Philippine Artist," coupled with a "Box Office Queen" award, which only cemented her status as the best performer the country has ever seen.

    She also staged the Bantay Bata Benefit concert, One Night with Regine, set at the stairs of the Philippine National Museum which won Best Musical Special at the 2003 Asian Television Awards. Her MTV Asia special entitled Speak Your Mind was nominated for the UNICEF Child Rights Awards. The production was highly commended for its agendum on child welfare, documenting the plight of homeless children swarming the streets of Metro Manila, in an effort to protect and safeguard their rights.

    She also hosted the amateur singing contest Star For A Night which aimed to discover new talents. It launched the careers of Sarah Geronimo and Mark Bautista among others. The weekly show was aired on IBC-13 and was a co-production with Viva.

    Velasquez became the first and second recipient of the MTV Favorite Artist Award (Philippines) in 2002 and 2003. During the 2002 award ceremony held in Singapore, she sang "Cry" in a duet with Mandy Moore, one of the hosts.

    In 2003, Velasquez reunited with Martin Nievera in the Martín Nievera and Regine Velasquez World Concert Tour. The concert was an artistic and commercial success. The first quarter of 2004 saw Regine and co-artist, singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid in much-anticipated back-to-back concerts entitled The Songbird and the Songwriter. Velasquez formed her own record label called Songbird Music in that same year. She produced an album for[Gabby Eigenmann who was her co-host in SOP.

    In 2004, Velasquez released Covers, comprising cover songs including Original Pilipino Music (OPM) classics of male singers like Basil Valdez, Martin Nievera, Gary Valenciano, Ogie Alcasid, Side A, True Faith, and Ariel Rivera. Velasquez transferred her amateur singing contest to GMA-7 and changed the name to Search For A Star. The show launched the career of Rachelle Ann Go.

    Velasquez starred in GMA's telenovela Forever In My Heart opposite Richard Gomez, Dawn Zulueta, and former flame Ariel Rivera. She produced, directed, and staged a set of concert performances entitled Reigning Still in December 2004. The concert set a new dimension for Velasquez following the trends of artist such as Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears. Velasquez is more daring here rather than in her previous concerts, wearing sexy and revealing outfits. In 2005, Velasquez and singer Pops Fernandez performed a concert, Queens On Fire, later taking it on an eight-city U.S. tour.

    Velasquez held the Reflections Concert series at Aliw Theatre late that year. The stage was decorated with mannequins wearing her gowns from the past decade which were later auctioned for the benefit of GMA's Kapuso Foundation. The concert featured the prodigies "Wyeth Gifted Kids" (saxophonist Jacob Sarreal, violinists Joseph Valdés and Paulina, and classical cellist Pocholo Gutiérrez). The concert featured songs by her favorite singers or the foreign female singers who have influenced her career. The concert consisted of numerous medleys of hits by Barbra Streisand, Anita Baker, Sheena Easton, Spice Girls, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and Celine Dion.

    Regine hosted Pinoy Pop Superstar (a singing competition on GMA 7 which started last 2005 until 2008) which launched the career of Jonalyn Viray (1st Pinoy Pop Superstar Grand Champion who also competed at the World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood where she won five golds for Broadway, Original, Pop, R&B and Variety categories & was declared "Overall Champion Female Solo" in Broadway, Pop and Original).

    She recorded the theme song "Di Na Nag-iisa" for the Darna TV series, based on the Darna comic book character created by Mars Ravelo, and its characteristic yell. The theme song was composed by South Border's Jay Durias and the song was nominated for an Aliw Award for Best song made for Television. The song was also used in the movie Till I Met You and is included in the original sound track.[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    2006–2008: 20th Anniversary

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]2006 marked Velasquez 20th Anniversary in showbiz. She released the album Covers: Volume 2, featuring covers of international hit songs including Elvis Presley's "Blue Suede Shoes" and the Beatles "Come Together". All of the songs were presented with new arrangements in various musical genres. The first single was "Hold Me In Your Arms," covering the Southern Sons song.

    Her Valentine concert at the Araneta Coliseum, Forever After, co-starred Ogie Alcasid, Rico Puno, and Ai Ai Delas Alas. She and Pops Fernandez staged the North American leg of the Queens on Fire concert tour in the spring of 2006. The fantaconcierto hit Forever After tour was staged in key US cities and at the Wembley Arena in London.

    On August 13, 2006, the Sharon Cuneta Show devoted an entire episode from Velasquez's humble beginnings to her current stature. In the middle of 2006, together with manager Cacai Velasquez, boyfriend Ogie Alcasid, and brother-in-law Raul Mitra, Velasquez launched the IndiMusic record label, her own record company. As part of her 20th anniversary celebration, she staged Twenty concert, at the Araneta Coliseum in mid-October 2006. The concert boasted a full symphony orchestra and the country's best conductors namely Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, Gerard Salonga, Louie Ocampo, Raul Mitra and Mon Faustino as her guest conductors. Velasquez also recorded "Maghihintay Ako," the theme song for the sci-fi telenovela Atlantika.

    In 2007, People Asia magazine's "People of the Year" honored her with the Exemplary Achievement Award, shared with three others. In March 14, Velasquez together with Ms. Kuh Ledesma represented the Philippines in the Mosaic International Music Festival in Singapore held at the Esplenade. The festival was held They were given the honor of being included in the "Headliners" list which included Rachael Yamagata, Yo La Tengo, among others. The festival brings together over 400 music icons from different parts of the globe so that people can share and experience the full diversity of world music.

    Her movie, Paano Kita Iibigin, co-starring Piolo Pascual opened on May 30, 2007. The movie was the first co-production between Viva Films and Star Cinema which is owned by media conglomerate ABS-CBN. The promo for the movie was rife with controversy because of Ogie Alcasid's coming clean and publicly admitting his relationship with Velasquez which they have discreetly been keeping for a couple of years. Alcasid is married but has been separated from his wife for 4 years. A soundtrack, featuring solos and duets by the co-stars, was released by Star Records, the first time Velasquez produced an album outside Viva Entertainment. The theme song was penned by Ogie Alcasid.

    In August 2007, Velasquez and Alcasid started hosting Celebrity Duets (Philippines) on GMA 7. The show pairs up local personalities with local professional singers. Velásquez also endorsed Vicki Belo's "Belo Essentials," which includes singer Zsa Zsa Padilla and model/TV personality Lucy Torres. This year she recorded the theme song of GMA's remake of MariMmar with the same title which became an instant hit on the airwaves. In October 2007, she appeared on the cover of the fashion magazine "Preview" that featured her most anticipated photos since the release of her coffee table book, Reigne...the book.

    Just three days after her 6-nights concert series at The Aliw Theater (Ang Ating Musika), Velasquez attended the 2007 Aliw Awards held at Palacio de Maynila and won two of the most coveted awards of the night: "Best Major Concert Act (Female) for her 20th year anniversary concert at the Araneta Coliseum, Twenty and Entertainer of the Year award". To cap it off, Velasquez was also awarded "The Most Successful Artist of the Year award by Walk Of Fame Philippines" on December 4, 2007 in Eastwood, Quezon City. Other awardees honored at the event were Piolo Pascual, Kris Aquino, Richard Gutierrez, Celia Rodríguez, and Gina Pareno.

    Velasquez was also featured on a Korean television KBS1 entitled Window of Asia showcasing her humble beginnings up to her rising fame.

    Early 2008, Velasquez was said to be "offered" the title role in a remake of Betty La Fea, which was to be produced by GMA-7's rival network, ABS-CBN. After series of controversies Velasquez then decided to sign a two-year exclusive contract with (because apparently there were no formal offers made by ABS-CBN there was just a misunderstanding on Velasquez's part which even made her bid farewell to her show SOP) the Kapuso Network where she was given the lead role for Ako si Kim Samsoon, the GMA remake of a popular Korean Drama, My Name Is Kim Sam Soon, with leading men Mark Anthony Fernandez and Wendell Ramos.

    She also stars in her very own weekly musical variety show on GMA titled Songbird which premiered May 15, 2008. The show features a different musical theme each week. She will be hosting the second season of Celebrity Duets with Ogie Alcasid. Other notable projects by Velásquez in 2008 include "The Best of Me" Birthday Special, a musical romp through various music genres showcasing Velásquez versatility as a singer and performer. The repertoire included songs by Kenny Loggins, Eagles, Josh Groban, Clair Marlo, Colbie Caillat and U2.

    The "Up Close and Personal" solo U.S concert tour started in May 2008. Velasquez will also be providing the speaking and singing voice of the lead character in an animated musical film and contributed songs to the soundtrack.

    A series of concerts with Lani Misalucha started with a tour of the US and Canada in September 2008 before moving to Manila in 2009. Also in 2008, Velasquez released her 15th studio album, Low Key, which earned a certified gold status three days after its release.In December 2008, she performed with Pops Fernandez, Kuh Ledesma, and Zsa Zsa Padilla in the biggest concert of the year at the Araneta Coliseum dubbed as Divas 4 Divas..[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    2010: Fantasy

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]In 2010, Velasquez started the year by accepting her first ever villain role in GMA-7's Darna. She guest stars as Elektra The Planet Woman. She is also continuing her provincial tour of her SRO 2009 concert series, "Regine Most Requested". Also in March 2010, she starred again in a new prime time offering of GMA Network for their 60th Anniversary titled Diva again with Mark Anthony Fernandez and supporting role of Glaiza de Castro. The series was highly acclaimed by critics for its being innovative, as well as viewer-friendly to all ages. She will also be busy with concert tours abroad with boyfriend Ogie Alcasid entitled Heart2Heart.


    Velasquez attended the inauguration of the 15th president of the Republic of the Philippines Noynoy Aquino at the Quirino Grandstand on June 30, 2010, performing Aquino's first campaign jingle "Hindi Ka Nagiisa" and "Bagong Pilipinas" together with other filipino artists. For the fourth time (2000-9, 2001-4, 2002-7), Velasquez makes her comeback on the top 10 ranked at number 8 of FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Woman In The World.

    In November 2010, Velasquez started shooting for her new GMA-7 teleserye, "I Heart U Pare" opposite Dingdong Dantes. A great deal of the story will tackle the colorful and burlesque world of gays and drag queens. Set to premiere on early 2011, this is Velasquez's 5th teleserye for the Kapuso network.
    Velasquez's poster for her newest single You Don't Know from her newest album Fantasy

    Velasquez released an album under Universal Records entitled Fantasy, a 2CD album containing 22 tracks. Fantasy also has two sets of packaging that every collector should have – one colored and one in black and white featuring Regine in rare and never-before-seen photos as taken by the lens of top photographer Mark Nicdao. Each box-set contains 10 sets of post-cards that are in color and in black and white. Fantasy was awarded a Gold Record award in just two weeks of it's release. Making it one of the fastest selling albums of 2010 in Philippine albums history..[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
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    Regine was once linked to fellow artist Ariel Rivera but she and Ogie Alcasid announced their engagement at Party Pilipinas on August 8, 2010 after 7 years. She is now married to Ogie Alcasid (December 22, 2010). Ogie Alcasid was married with 1994 Miss Universe-Australia Michelle Van Eimeren before.By December 22, 2010 Regine Velasquez is now officially Regine Velasquez-Alcasid after officially marrying Ogie Alcasid in Terrazas de Punta Fuego in Nasugbu Batangas in the Afternoon from Showbiz Friends to Co-Workers and to everyone in the Philippine Showbiz Industry Controversy struck because of Regine's choice of her wedding gown done by Celebrity Stylist Monique Lhuiller. The Wedding brought together Networks ABS-CBN GMA-7 and TV5 the three biggest Networks and Three Networks with all their biggest stars and even Network Executives and even Network Rivals and Controversial Celebrities together..

    In April 2011, She and her husband confirmed the news of her pregnancy through the same afternoon-variety show, Party Pilipinas.

    In November 8, 2011, Velasquez gave birth to her and husband Ogie Alcasid's first born, Nathaniel James Velasquez Alcasid at the Makati Medical Center.
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    Philanthropy and Other Activities

    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]Velasquez is a Philanthropist,In 1994 Velasquez become the Spokesperson and Ambassador of Duty Free Philippines anti-drug campaign has an aim to fight the drugs in the Philippines.

    In 1995 Velasquez performed to the Singapore's National Kidney Foundation, the HongKong AIDS Foundation, the Hong KongPhilharmonic Orchestra. The proceeds goes to the cited charitable event.

    In 1999 Velasquez and the Municipality of Pasig did a fund raising event called Muling Aawit ang Pasig it was the concert were Velasquez performed, the proceeds goes to the rehabilitation of Pasig River. Later on it was followed with another event called Piso Para sa Pasig also starred by Velasquez all the proceeds goes to the cited recipient.

    In 2002 Unicef handpicked Velasquez as the one of their Ambassadors in Asia. As one of her first project, Velasquez did a documentary MTV Asia special entitled Speak Your Mind was nominated for the UNICEF Child Rights Awards. The production was highly commended for its agendum on child welfare, documenting the plight of homeless children swarming the streets of Metro Manila, in an effort to protect and safeguard their rights.

    In May 2002, Velasquez staged the Bantay Bata Benefit concert, One Night with Regine, set at the stairs of the Philippine National Museum which won Best Musical Special at the 2003 Asian Television Awards.

    In 2005 Velasquez has accumulated over a hundreds of gowns. She started sell 40 of her gowns, the special auction sale was launched on October 23, 2005 on the Mel & Joey talk show all the proceeds were to go directly to the GMA 7's Give a Gift: Alay sa Batang Pinoy project which desires to give some needs for those in need. The proceeds of the Bid accumulated more than P 800,000 (Philippine Peso).

    In Sept 2009, Philippines was devastated by the Thypoon Ondoy, which caused to the damage more than P 30,000,000,000 (Philippine Peso), along with the other celebrities, Velasquez donated more that P 300,000 for the victims and she did a relief works in the devastated places. In December 2009, Velasquez did a Musical Special starring the stories of the families that has been affected by the Thypoon. This musical special called After The Rain, Velasquez sang heartfelt songs that others can look up to.

    In 2010 Velasquez hailed as the one of the ambassadors of S.M.I.L.E a non-government organization, which desires only to give smile (new look) to those children who's suffering from Cleft palet.[/crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
  • RV4lifeRV4life Member PExer
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    [crouching-tiger-disappearing-spoiler]
    Star Awards For Television:

    Best Actress (for her role on Maalaala Mo Kaya "Lobo") - 2002
    Best Female Host (for Pinoy Pop Superstar) - 2005
    Best Talent Search Program Host (for Pinoy Pop Superstar) - 2006


    FAMAS - Filipino Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    Golden Artist Award - For Filipino Artists who received international recognition - 2006


    MTV Asia Awards:

    Favorite (Philippine) Artist - 2002
    Favorite (Philippine) Artist - 2003


    Asian Television Awards:

    Best Musical Special - "One Night With Regine" - 2003

    " besting other notable nominees like MTV Music Awards."


    MTV Pilipinas Awards:

    Favorite Female Artist - 2001
    Best Female Aritst - 2003
    Best Song for Sa Aking Pag-iisa - 2003


    Awit Awards:

    2009 Female Artist of the Year Low Key
    2008 Best Movie/TV/Stage Theme Song Recording Paano Kita Iibigin
    2007 Best R & B A Single Soul
    2004 Best Musical Arrangement (for " Tell Me")
    2004 Best Vocal Arrangement (for "Tell Me")
    2004 Best Movie/TV/Stage Theme Song Recording (for "Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka")
    2001 Best Performance by a female artist (for "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw")
    2001 Best Ballad Recording (for "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw")
    2001 Best Movie/TV/Stage Theme Song Recording (for "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw")
    2001 Best Duet Performance (for "Habang May Buhay" with Jaya)
    1997 Best Ballad Recording (for "You Are My Song")
    1997 Best Movie/TV/Stage Theme Song Recording (for "You Are My Song")
    1995 Best Duet Performance (for "Forever" with Martin Nievera)
    1994 Best Performance by a female artist (for "Sana Maulit Muli")
    1994 Best Duet Performance (for "Muli" with Gary V.)


    Katha Awards:
    Best Pop Female Vocals (for "You've Made Me Stronger") - 1996


    Aliw Awards:

    2009 Entertainer of the Year Aliw Committee
    2009 Best Major Female Concert Act Roots to Riches
    2009 Best Collaboration for a Major Concert Divas 4 Divas
    2007 Entertainer of the Year Aliw Committee
    2007 Best Major Concert Act (Female) Twenty
    2004 Best Major Concert Act for "The Songbird and the Songwriter"
    2003 Best Major Concert Act for "One Night with Regine"
    2003 Best Major Concert Collaboration for "Regine Velasquez and Martin Nievera World Concert Tour"
    2002 Best Major Concert Act for "Two for the Night"
    2001 Best Major Concert Female Act for "R-15"
    2000 Best Major Concert Female Act for "R2K"
    1987 Most Promising Entertainer


    Guillermo Mendoza Foundation:

    2006 Concert Queen
    2005 Female Entertainer of the Year
    2004 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    2003 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    2001 Box-Office Queen
    2000 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1999 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1998 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1997 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1996 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1995 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1994 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1993 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1992 Most Popular Female Entertainer
    1991 Most Popular Female Entertainer


    Star Awards For Music
    Year Award Media
    2009 Best Revival Album Low Key
    2009 Best Female Artist First Recipient

    Others:

    1. Champion - Asia Pacific Contest 1989

    2. Regine Velasquez was the FIRST FILIPINO to stage a solo concert at the Main Hall of Carnegie Hall, part of Carnegie Hall's centennial-year concert series.

    3. People of the Year recipient 2007 - Exemplary Achievement Award

    4. Platinum/Multiplanum Certifications - China, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines

    5. Collaborated with other Award winning music genius like Legrand and McKnight

    6. UNICEF Child Rights Awards Nomination - Speak Your Mind (MTV Asia)

    7. The R2K concert has been hailed by a Malaysian magazine as the greatest concert act by an Asian artist in the last 25 years.

    8. Regine's Lobo - the highest-rating episode (47.9% in Mega Manila) of Maalaala Mo Kaya

    9. Included in the Headliners List - Mosaic International Music Festival in Singapore 2007

    10. Featured in CNN Talk Asia (with Lorraine Hahn)

    Source: rvmm/ various articles and video clips
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  • RV4lifeRV4life Member PExer
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    Concerts and Tours

    • Narito Ako (first major concert at the Folk Arts Theater)
    • Narito Ako Sa New York live at Carnegie Hall
    • True Colors
    • A Song For you
    • Two Hearts, One Beat (with Ariel Rivera)
    • Regine in Season
    • Retro
    • Regine R15
    • Music in Me
    • Off the Record
    • Power of Two (with Kuh Ledesma)
    • Drawn Concert
    • Celebration of Love
    • Independent Women (with jaya)
    • R2k Concert series
    • Regine Live @ Antipolo
    • Two for the Knight (with Brian Mcknight)
    • Songbird Sings the Classics
    • Songbird Sings Legrand (with Michel Legrand)
    • One Night with Regine (Produced by ABS-CBN)
    • Regine and Martin World Concert Tour
    • Songbird sSings Streisand
    • Songbird and the Songwriter
    • Reigning Still
    • Forever After World tour
    • Queens on Fire World tour
    • Reflections concert series
    • Regine at Twenty
    • Ang Ating Musika (Our Music) Concert series
    • The Main Event: Duel of the Divas (World Concert Tour)
    • Divas 4 Divas
  • RV4lifeRV4life Member PExer
    Michelle Legrand- “Its tough to sing that song after Barbra Streisand, I will tell you…But to sing with Regine is, Im in heaven..She sings so well…she has such an extraordinary technical voice…and sensitive voice and talented expression.”

    "The first time I heard her sing, I said to myself, 'what the hell? I owe it to the rest of the world to introduce this voice to them'. She is the voice with both the range and the heart - which is like none I've ever heard of in my entire career."

    Bryan McKnight – “I have to tell you..I have worked with a lot of people, and you’re..I have to put you right up the top of the list of the most talented people I have worked with...”

    Peabo Bryson – “And I must say that this maybe the only female vocalist in the world who can rival Celine Dion.”

    David Kozz
    – “How about this round of applause for this incredible voice! I never heard that song sounding great. Thank you so much!”

    Jacky Cheung: "She was eating (pizza), something which I never did when I try to record a song. That was very amazing to me. That was the first time I ever did a duet with any artist. She has a very talented mind and gifted voice."

    Coco Lee (MTV ASia)- "The DIVA of all DIVAS"

    David Archuleta - ”“I’ve heard that there are a lot of amazing singers from the Philippines.” “My favorite is Regine Velasquez. She was actually the one who got me to be an even bigger fan of Mariah Carey because she was singing all those Mariah Carey songs that I’ve never heard before. ‘Wow.’ I said, ‘Regine is so good; she’s amazing’.’”

    Hmm.. She isn’t like my idol or anything haha, but I do really like her voice! She’s an amazing singer.”

    WALLACE Huo: he said that he likes regine's songs on SOP he even kissed her on her face.

    Backstage Nathaniel Flatt (V Factory) shared that he once danced at a show for Regine Velasquez in LA, and is in awe of the Filipina diva’s singing voice.

    [url]http://manilaconcertscene.blogspot.c...ival-hits.html[/url]

    Prince Charles (during his visit to Malacanang) Regine was the only one who sang for the prince on the invitation of the First Lady (Ming Ramos). Regine sang "On a Clear Day," "You'll Never Know," "Sana Maulit Muli" and a Barbra Streisand medley. The prince talked to her after singing and he said, "You did very well."

    Saturday, October 10, 2009
    Singapore Idol Top 10 : Duane Ho, Duane Russell Ho, 16, 15 January 1993 Single -
    Who is your favourite Asian person?
    Regine Velasquez (omg she is so pretty!)


    ASian Journal - "A rare breed of singer with strong lungs & well trained breathing...a certain kind of vocal resonance and proficiency...


    Ryan Cayabyab – "Regine is a perfect example of a home grown singer with a real yung talagang totoong totoong talent...Nasa tuktok siya e. NO one can argue that fact. No other singer can argue that fact."

    "... She has learned the right vocal placement and she now sings just like that," he snaps his fingers.

    "She's the Philippines' best bet to international superstardom in song artistry. I truly look forward to every opportunity of working with her kaya lang she's too busy for me na! (laughs)


    Audie Gemora (stage actor and director): "Regine is... just a wonderful performer. She's so sweet, unselfish, she's so... OK, what's the opposite of unselfish? She's a generous performer. I directed her recently at Ryan's 'Retrospective' and walang ka-star-star 'yang batang 'yan. She's absolutely giving and of course, the voice is a miracle."

    Nonon Padilla (stage director; he directed "Noli Me Tangere" where Regine played Maria Clara): "She's great, her voice is just wonderful. She has the voice for the theater - which is unusual because now the talents that you get have tiny voices, they don't have voices that project well onstage. (In) this musical, it's not so difficult because we use mics, but with (Regine) even without mics, she can be heard (in the whole theater)."


    Jamie Rivera: "Malaking factor din si Regine Velasquez sa career ko. Sa batch namin, siya yung gauge.

    Inquirer – “This gifted songbird has proven time and again that she is a versatile performer and interpreter of songs in diverse styles from the kundiman inspired to love songs, she has shown depth and has displayed her powerful range. Regine is undoubtedly a great chanteuse who has deepened her vocal interpretations with the RIGHT EMOTIONS.”
    ”

    Manila Bulletin - "Most of our top selling new female singers are still and mere parrots of her in terms of vocal acrobatics and predilection to show off her high range."

    Dulce – “The World knows that you (regine) are the most wonderful vocal chord the Philippine has ever produced.”

    [highlight]From ABS related artists/publications[/highlight]


    Charo Santos-Concio - She's the best... no one else comes close"

    Martin Nievera – “But to sing with Regine and this is the truth that every male singer would say the same thing is our biggest fear. We have to try to be just like Regine. We try to sing on the same level, the same adlib, the same volume. We just can’t do it! I am humbled by this woman. My favorite singer of all time, Regine Velasquez. Still the Voice to beat!”

    Kris Aquino – “she’s my favorite. I am willing to trade everything I own just to have her voice.”

    Star Studio - "Regine has learned to control her powerful voice to be able to interpret songs that require sensitivity and vocal artistry."

    Philippine Star - "Regine has always turned out mesmerizing , jaw dropping performances here and abroad"

    Lea Salonga – “Local singers known for performing in this (belting) style are regine velasquez…although I have to give her props for exploring the quieter, more soothing aspects of her range.” “Truth be told, I sometimes envy the biriters PIPES OF STEEL; The heights that their voices can reach and the physical stamina that their efforts require

    "I love her voice.. it's very clean, very soothing, but at the same time very powerful. And that (vocal) range, what a magnificent range! So amazing."

    Apo Hiking Society- "Regine is one very good singer. She has a powerful voice. Tamang-tama lang yung timing ng pagmamature niya sa kanyang career. For her age, it is quite unusual na ma-reach niya yung peak ng kanyang singing career compared to her contemporaries. And we are very sure that she is going to maintain her status as Class A singer."


    Kuh Ledesma: "The consummate artist, very professional and very talented. Truly warrants envy from everyone else in the industry.

    Pops Fernandez– Regine is her and Martin’s favorite singer. She even expressed admiration for Regine’s powerful voice and the ability to sing any type of songs. She humbly admitted that she couldn’t do that and there’s a limit to the songs that she could sing.

    Sunshine Cruz: she was interviewed on an episode of Celeste
    Legaspi's Musika Atbp. and was asked the question, "Who is the
    ultimate Pinay diva for you?" She answered, "Siyempre no doubt si
    Regine Velasquez. Ang ganda ganda niya, magaling siyang kumanta, maganda syang manamit, at kaya nyang maging classy without even trying while maintaining yung mass audience nya."

    Bituin Escalante: in an Inquirer feature article, she was asked who her influences are..she said Regine "inspired them all". She recalls watching Regine at the Folk Arts Theater and everyone giving her a standing ovation, she said herself "I want to be like her someday

    Roselle Nava: "Pareho kong gusto si Jaya and Regine as singers and performers. But idol ko si Regine so may loyalty ako sa kanya..."

    KC Concepcion - "I have all her albums! She's my idol in singing and I just love the way she carries herself, so bubbly, cheerful, and down-to-earth"

    Sandara Park: said during Star Circle Quest initial screening that she wants to be a superstar "just like her idol Regine Velasquez".
    Ai Ai delas Alas: "...gusto ko ang main event ng concert ko si Regine Velasquez. Favorite ko kasi siya, at saka dream ko talagang makasama siya sa concert."

    Agot Isidro –when asked about which singer she’s afraid to perform with, she mentioned Regine’s name and added, “Magaling talaga siya, kahit may sakit siya hindi napa-flat ang voice niya.”

    naalala ko si yeng constantino minsan nakita nya si regine sa concert ni mark bautista tapos habang kumakanta daw sya ninenerbyos daw sya kasi nasa harap nya si regine nanonood at nakikinig talaga sa kanya heheh!!! tapos dun sa part na birit part na sabi daw ni yeng ninenerbyos daw syang bumirit kasi nasa harap nya si regine although sabi naman si regine daw panay ang clap kay yeng...

    More...

    Vilma santos is a regine fan.there's this interview na nagtanong yung reporter kung sino ang favorite singer nya, si regine lang ang binanggit nya.

    Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres GomeZ: alam nyo ba na they never missed a regine concert. i saw them many, many times in almost all regine concerts.

    Judy Ann Santos - On her bedroom, she has this great audio component system and beside it was a whole lineup of all of Regine's CD albums. She was asked who her favorite singers were and she said definitely Regine Velasquez. She said she would even "illusion" to sing-along while she plays Regine's songs.

    Paolo Bediones - He said he absolutely admires Regine's voice
    and her being so down-to-earth and actually finds her very charming and beautiful.

    Ryan Agoncillo - the TV host says he has a big crush on Regine and that he has a collection of Regine CDs playing on his car stereo.

    Rica Peralejo - She said in an episode of Martin Late @ Nite that Regine is her favorite Filipina singer and that she always makes it a point to see her perform live in concerts since Regine always comes up with very neat surprises each time.

    Rosanna Roces - on one episode of StarTalk where Regine guested, she asked Rosanna if she wants to pursue a career in music as she can draw crowds in her not-so-wholesome concert stints and she answered back: "hay nako, siguro kung kasinggaling ko lang si Regine Velasquez eh bakit hindi? Kaso hindi eh, dahil walang kapantay ang galing ni Regine! Idol na idol talaga!"

    Jose Javier Reyes (film director): "The truth is that I'm a fan of Regine..."

    ==============

    Pinakagusto ko 'yung nakabold letters dito. kasi ganyan rin naramdaman ko nung napanood kong kinanta ni Regine 'yung "all by myself" sa SOP

    Teodoro "Teddyman" Benigno saw "Hataw Awit Pinoy" (Sept. 10, 1994) Heres the Score":

    The singing at the ULTRA was great, the cast of singers wonderful,
    but mine eyes largely lighted on Regine Velasquez, Verni Varga and Rico J. Puno. At one time, when Regine was on in a slinky, figure-hugging, bare-shouldered black dress, Miriam Defensor Santiago winked at Joker (Arroyo) and myself and said: "I bet both of you have lascivious thoughts." No, I have absolutely no lascivious thoughts watching Regine Velasquez perform. Hearing her is hearing an extraordinary virtuoso belt out a song.The melody comes out like a flight of eagles when it does not stay in the air like mists around a mountain.

    What also makes Regine stand out is a pristine youth and a pristine innocence even as she performs like an old-time pro. [snip] But what vocal power this girl has! She holds a high note like Samson holding the pillars of a trembling building. You wonder where the powers come from for Regine is spare, with no heaving bosom like Mae West had heaving bosom. [snip]


    cr +: rvmm/youtube/various news, interview and articles...
  • kirsten28kirsten28 Member PExer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnf6SLY3a-g&feature=related

    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 1 feat. Be the Master of your Own Voice

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-teVY4hQtw&feature=related
    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 2 True artist must be able to transcend their technique and connect with the audience.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ujVCAuZa8k&feature=related
    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 3 Proper air flow results to stronger projection.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5hBHPEK79Y&feature=channel
    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 4.1 Singer Vs. Vocal Artist - Vocal Freedom

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhJLTfdjYI0&feature=channel
    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 4.2 Singer Vs. Vocal Artist - Expression

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HTsIU9wsxk&feature=channel
    How to Become a True Vocal Musician - Lesson 4.3 Singer Vs. Vocal Artist - Stylistic Flexibility

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_qprgTBTj4 - Lesson 5 - Breath Control
  • RV4lifeRV4life Member PExer
    Highnotes Feat. Regine

    LEsson 6.1 Why the High Notes? Main Registers of the Human Voice

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yzPFFOKZbs&feature=channel


    Lesson 6.2 Natural Voice Production

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k3yEXGZB7o&feature=channel


    Lesson 6.3 Singing High Notes Require Brain, Talent and Skills

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dB3PfY1RAQI&feature=related


    Lesson 6.4 High Notes - The Biggest Challenge

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITaaxETp40s





    http://www.youtube.com/v/vEshsA2eSqw&feature=feedf

    Nestle Pag-Ibig Commercial (with Regine Velasquez singing the jingle)

    http://www.youtube.com/v/rcVIitZimWA
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  • mourning myrtlemourning myrtle Reginian/TRYer/Geoffer PExer
    congrats ten, TS ka! :cheers:

    hello RV4life :wave:
    kirsten28 wrote: »


    ok na 'tong poster na to di ba? tama lang sa font at space ng main casts :lol:


    pwede bang naka-******* din kapag nababanggit 'yung apelyido na 'yun? :rotflmao:
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