Brace yourselves for some touching melody and inspiring lyrics. Ogie Alcasid will be serenading Cebuanos at the Ayala Terraces on September 25, 2010. Alcasid is promoting his latest album under Universal Records entitled “Ngayon at Kailanman: A Tribute to George Canseco.” Included in this album are the late songwriter’s famous songs like “Ngayon at Kailanman,” “Ikaw,” “Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo,” his carrier single “Yakap” and a whole lot more.
Honorio “Ogie” Alcasid, Jr. is a Filipino singer, songwriter and comedian. He started his career in the late ’80s, releasing his self-titled album “Ogie Alcasid” in 1989, which reached gold record status. From there, he has already released 18 award-winning albums. He has received a total of five gold, three platinum and three double platinum records. Aside from writing his own songs, Alcasid also wrote songs for famous singers like Regine Velasquez and the band Freestyle. Alcasid tells stories through his songs that every Pinoy can definitely relate to. Some talk about loving and losing, happiness and sadness, and even humor.
The late George Canseco was a Filipino songwriter who composed heartwarming songs recorded by Sharon Cuneta, Dulce, Regine Velazquez, Basil Valdez, Pilita Corrales, Zsa Zsa Padilla and Kuh Ledesma. His last recorded song was for Martin Nievera’s 2002 album entitled “Nasaan Ka Man.” His song “Ako ang Nagwagi,” interpreted by Dulce, lost in the Philippines’ Metro Pop Music Festival in 1978 but, in the same year, bagged the grand prize in the Hong Kong Music Festival.
Don’t miss Ogie Alcasid’s revival and interpretation of George Canseco’s classic Filipino pop songs.