May 23, 2018

Reminiscing Concert Series feat. Julia Fordham

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  • Sing along the chants of the 80’s international hit songs from the one and only British pop-jazz songbird. Welcome Julia Fordham for the fifth time on June 22, 8 pm, as she reminds you of her Happy Ever After. Happening at New Port Performing Arts Theater, hear her rendition of signature hits of Blondie, Eurythmics, Sting, The Beatles and Stevie Wonder. She will be joined by guests Colin Ryan and NeoColours.

    Making noise at UK charts in her time, the British singer-songwriter is known as a Jazz singer. One of her songs, Love Moves in Mysterious Ways, became a hit in the Philippines as it was revived by local singer-songwriter, Nina. Her first ever self-titled album earned her a platinum disc and Happy Ever After earned a place on the Billboard 200. The song was able to reach the top of charts in Japan.

    Reminisce with Fordham as she also sings live with her very own songs! Tickets are available at Resorts World Manila Box Office and on TicketWorld. For inquiries and updates, visit www.rwmanila.comwww.ticketworld.com.ph, or call Terrie Nabua at 0917-872-8751 or e-mail maria.nabua@rwmanila.com or Girah Manaligod at 09178728309 or e-mail girah.manaligod@rwmanila.com.

     

    Details:

    What: Reminiscing Concert Series: Happy Ever After featuring Julia Fordham
    When: June 22, 2018; 8 pm
    Where: Newport Performing Arts Theater, Newport Mall, Newport City, Pasay City, Philippines
    Tickets: TicketWorld


    Source: TicketWorld, Reminiscing Concert Series feat. Julia Fordham on Facebook, Resorts World Manila, juliafordham.com
    Written by: Maria Vinnise Marcelo, Philippine Primer Intern

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