Noel Cabangon: Tuloy Ang Byahe
28 Sept 2012 | Music Museum | 8pm
with Christian Bautista, Gloc 9 and Bamboo
Presented by the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) together with PLDT and SMART. A benefit show for the PETA Endowment Fund.
Zone 1: P 2,575.00
Zone 2: P 1,236.00
Zone 3: P 515.00
For ticket inquiries, call 410-0822 / (0917)518-3654 or at Ticketworld.
Tuloy ang Byahe is Noel Cabangon’s follow up album to his muti-awarded album Byahe. Byahe reached the Double Platinum Record Award and bagged the 2010 Awit Awards including Album of the Year, Best Performance by a Male Recording Artist (Kahit Maputi Na Ang Buhok Ko), Best World Music (Binibini), Best Song written for Movie/TV (Ang Buhay Nga Naman for Ded Na Si Lolo. The album also topped the music charts for 20 weeks.
Tuloy ang Byahe released in June 2012 is a collection of OPM’s finest tunes and icons. Songs including Basil Valdez’s Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka and Iduyan Mo, APO Hiking Society’s Pumapatak Na Naman ang Ulan, Freddie Aguilar’s Anak, Rey Valera’s Malayo Pa Ang Umaga, VST & Company’s Ikaw Lang Ang Aking Mahal, Zsa zsa Padilla’s Kahit Na, Leah Navarro’s Lagi Na Lang, Dulce’s Paano, Florante’s Handog, Smokey Mountain’s Kailan and a collaboration song with Gloc 9 in Hotdog’s Manila among others. All songs arranged by Noel Cabangon except Manila by Fred Garcia and Umaga na Naman by Alkemi Productions.
Tuloy ang Byahe now available in record stores released under Universal Records. You can also download Byahe in iTunes HERE.
1. Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka
3. Kahit Na
5. Malayo Pa ang Umaga
6. Ikaw Lang ang Aking Mahal
8. Huwag Mong Sabihin
9. Sika Laeng Iti Biag
11. Lagi na Lang
12. Iduyan Mo
13. Pumapatak ang Ulan
15. Joey’s Theme (Umaga na Naman)
Support Noel Cabangon as he celebrates Filipino musical creativity, brings together songwriters and composers from different genres and backgrounds and promotes Pinoy music scene.
To checkout more Noel Cabangon’s post, click on the photo to link:
Noel Cabangon in Simpleng Musikero | Music Museum | 02 Dec 2011
More photos from this set HERE.
Learn more of Noel Cabangon’s Panaginip album HERE.