Martin Nievera invades Pampanga

THIS May, one of the country's top balladeers, Martin Nievera, will be serenading Pampanga.

Yes, you read that right!

Your countryside radio, RW 95.1 FM, in partnership with BDO and Mitsubishi Carworld Incorporated, brings you "Martin Nievera, Live in Pampanga!"

This promises to be a night of love as Martin takes centerstage to perform his classic songs as well as revivals which he will immortalize with his astounding renditions.

Martin, one of the most sought-after singers for decades now, will be taking to Pampanga his quick wit and golden voice to once again capture the hearts of all those he has enchanted with his songs from way back in the 80s.

For more than 30 years, Martin Nievera’s relentless performances on stage, records and television made him one of the most respected balladeers that penetrated the heart and souls of every music lover.

Relive the yesteryears with the undisputed concert king of the Philippines and learn the way back to love. For will there be a heart too hardened by pain which will never thaw with the warmth of Martin's musicality?

At 55, Martin Nievera will undoubtedly rekindle that fleeting feeling of someone in love for the young and young at hearts when he sings his classics Be My Lady, Say that You Love Me and Ikaw Ang Pangarap.

Save the date for this evening of unforgettable love songs at 8 p.m. May 5 at the Laus Group Event Centre, LGC Boulevard.

For inquiries, you may call thru telephone number (045) 963-9595, Local 102.

Ticket prices are at P2,000 and P1,200 only.
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