JMKO, Jeremy G, Miguel And Sam Headline “Song Feels” Concert

JMKO, Jeremy G, Miguel And Sam Headline “Song Feels” Concert


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Get serenaded by today’s hottest new male artists, JMKO, Jeremy G, Miguel Odron, and Sam Mangubat at the upcoming “Song Feels” concert, happening on January 24 (Friday) at the Music Museum.

These ABS-CBN Music artists will usher in the new decade with an evening of heartfelt love songs as they perform their freshest singles and favorites from yesteryears.

JMKO, also known as Miko Manguba, just dropped his new single “Aahon,” after the successful release of his single “Timeless” featuring Miss Philippines Universe 2019 Gazini Ganados.

Emerging as a triple threat artist, Jeremy G has shown flair for hosting and dancing aside from his singing skills discovered in the first season of “The Voice Teens.” His collaboration with Jayda, “Perfectly Imperfect,” was released late last year.

Filipino-American performer Miguel Odron joined last year’s “Idol Philippines” and was able to advance as one of the Top 5 contenders. He is currently working on his single that is set to have an international release.

Multi-awarded singer Sam Mangubat, who is also into songwriting and song production, rose to fame as the first runner-up in the first season of “Tawag ng Tanghalan” on “It’s Showtime.” His “Ikaw at Ikaw Pa Rin” single was one of the most streamed tracks on Spotify last year.

Together, these four singers will shine with their music and bring in the ‘feels’ in their much-awaited show.

“Song Feels” is one of the many exciting events under ABS-CBN Music and Star Events, which seeks to bring OPM to the next level with thrilling Kapamilya experiences and outstanding live performances. It is directed by Dido Camara with musical direction from Rey Cantong.

Tickets to the “Song Feels” concert are priced at P3,500 (VIP with exclusive meet and greet), P2,500 (patron), and P1,000 (balcony), available at the Music Museum or via Ticketworld (8891.9999).

Welcome the season of love with JMKO, Jeremy G, Miguel, and Sam on January 24 (Friday), 8 pm at the Music Museum. For more details, follow @stareventsph on Twitter and Instagram.

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