Jose Mari Chan, Zack Tabudlo to serenade Vancouver in November 10 concerts

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  • Two of the biggest names in Philippine music are set to delight audiences in two separate Vancouver concerts this Friday (November 10).

    Christmas comes early for Filipinos as icon Jose Mari Chan and the country’s premier vocal group The CompanY are set to stage a Christmas-themed concert in North Vancouver.

    The show titled “Christmas In Our Hearts: Ilang Tulog Pa Ba? Pasko Na!” will be held at the Centennial Theatre at 230 Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver. Doors open 6 p.m.

    “Christmas In Our Hearts” is one of the biggest hits of Chan.

    Chan’s other holiday classics are “Going Home To Christmas” and A Perfect Christmas.”

    Chan is regarded as one of the country’s most renowned balladeers and composers, and is popularly dubbed as the “King of Philippine Christmas Carols”.

    Meanwhile, Zack Tabudlo is a famed singer, songwriter, and producer.
    In 2020, he joined Island Records Philippines where he continued honing his identity as a musician by releasing songs such as Nangangamba, and Sigurado.

    In 2021, Tabudlo released Binibini which took him to an even bigger stage.
    Spotify Philippines hailed Binibini as the most streamed song of 2021, with his song Nangangamba being the 2nd most streamed local song.
    Tabudlo will perform at the Chandos Pattison Auditorium at 10238 168 Street in Surrey on November 10. Show starts at 7 p.m.


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