Wednesday, December 14, 2011

LISTEN (Darryl Patton)

From Shatinterry (Youtube):
Darryl Patton, a radio DJ in Hong Kong in the 60s, here is his own compsition, Listen...back by Teddy Robin & The Playboys

Thursday, December 8, 2011

PERFIDIA TWIST (Giancarlo and his Italian Combo)

By Shatinterry (youtube):
The B side of Pepito Cha Cha.
Giancarlo & his Italian Combo, one of the few Italian band in HK, according to Uncle Ray, they were performing at the Paramount Night Club in TST. They had several recordings in HK at the 60s with Diamond Records, including Pepito Cha Cha,Tintarella Di Luna, with the popular dancing beat, were hits at the time.
I've done this video with photos of the major pop groups in HK at the 60s, pse enjoy !!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

TRUE LOVE WILL COME TO YOU (Joe Junior)

From Shatinterry on youtube:
This is a 1961 Cliff & the Shadows recording covered by Joe Junior in 1967, the solo guitar on this recording most likely done by the late Wallace Chow of the Lotus, it's so beautiful.. Joe Junior, real name, Jose Maria Rodrigues born on 22/7/1946. He was from a Portuguese family in Macau and moved to HK where he was born & grew up. Ever since 1963, when Joe Junior became one of the top winner of the New Star Talent Contest and formed his first band with The Hunters and later D'Topnotes, the singer in him, has never look back. Joe's biggest break with his new outfit 'The Zoundcrackers' was when they were spotted by a producer of Diamond Record Co. during their debut performance as the supporting act of The Searchers concert in HK in 1965. After some members changes & left Zoundcrackers,Joe formed his new band Jor Junior & The Side-Effect. Starting with his first album 'Once Upon A Time' in 1965, Joe enjoyed almost ten years of both critical and commercial success which included 'Here's A Heart', a huge success, remaining in the No.1 spot of RTHK Top of The Pop Chart for seven consecutive weeks. Joe suffered from a major set-back in the 80s & early 90s, when Canto-pop & Karaoke dominate the pop scene. Luckily Joe had a successful return with the recording of 'Memories of the Sixties' in 1996.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

KOWLOON, HONG KONG (Frances Yip)

From Wikipedia:
Frances Yip Lai-yee is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She is best known for performing many of the theme songs for television series produced by TVB in the 1980s and early 1990s. Born on 22 Oct 1947, Frances is of Hakka ancestry, Yip hit international fame with her signature tune, The Bund from the TVB drama of the same title. Before her success, she tributed songs in her earlier albums originally performed by singers such as Adam Cheng, Roman Tam and Jenny Tseng. In her 41-year career, Yip has released more than 80 albums, mostly of songs in American English, Indonesian, Malay, Mexican Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese and Mandarin. She has performed on television, and in films, concerts and cabarets in more than 30 countries on five continents. Yip is fluent in both Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) and English. She recently overcame breast cancer.

THREE LITTLE WORDS (Michael Remedios)

Sunday, October 16, 2011

THE WEDDING II (The Fabulous Echoes)

The Fabulous Echoes. The early line-up:
Tony Ruivivar (guitar),
Bert Sagum (vocals, percussions),
Terry Lucido (keyboards),
Stan Robertson (bass guitar),
Danny Ruivivar (drummer)
Cliff Foenander (lead vocalist). Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Manager Frances Kirk

Saturday, October 8, 2011

SAYONARA (The Quests)

From MrRainbow64 (on youtube):
The year was 1967/68 when the Quests were in Hong Kong as our musical ambassadors. Sayonara was the signature song when the boys call it a night at the famed Mocambo Nite Club. Thanks for the fond memories and more...Jap, Reggie, Wee, Sam, Jimmy & Vernon.

Friday, October 7, 2011

COLOURS OF THE RAINBOW (Judi Jim)

SAD MOVIES (Kong Ling)

From Questing Bandstand:
Kong Ling is known as “Singing sweetheart of Hong Kong”. She won an inter-school competition in 1951. By 1954, she was singing in Singapore, an engagment which lasted for nine months. When she returned to H.K., her popularity only continued to grow. She was in such high demand that she was singing in three separate nightclubs every evening. In the beginning, Kong Ling was singing mostly Mandarin covers of popular English songs. She recorded her first LP in English in 1960 on Diamond label called “Hong Kong presents the Off-beat Cha Cha” (Off-beat was first popularized in Manila). In her second LP, “Theme from a Dream”, Diamond wanted the best so they got The Fabulous Echoes to back Kong Ling.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

DRIFTER`S SONG (Sam Hui)

From Wikipedia:
Samuel Hui Koon-kit (born 6 September 1948), usually known as Sam Hui, is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer, lyricist and film actor. He is credited with popularizing Cantopop both with the infusion of Western-style music and using popular, street Cantonese jargon in his lyrics writing. Hui is considered by some to be the first major superstar of Cantopop.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

THAT FACE (Christine Samson)

From the site of Christine Samson Music and Arts Studio:
Christine debut in the music arena began at a very early age when she and her brothers and sisters formed a family band in the 60’s called D’Topnotes. With Christine as lead vocalist, bassist and keyboardist, D’Topnotes captured the hearts and minds of audiences all over the world, including South America, the U.S, Canada and Asia. Their success on stage, television and radio brought them prominent world recognition, awards and recording deals with some of the top record labels of that time.
In the 1980s, Christine along with her two sisters, Vikki and Lizzie, continued to wow audiences as The Samson Sisters trio. With their smooth vocal harmonies, onstage charisma and inspirational performances, The Samson Sisters elevated the standards of the Hong Kong pop music industry. Their performances, forever etched into the fabric of Hong Kong's pop culture history, are still fondly remembered today.
Christine has also enjoyed an outstanding solo career as a performer and recording artist. She has represented Hong Kong in international song contests, performed extensively as a special guest singer in popular variety shows, and has recorded countless tracks for TV commercials. Her repertoire includes songs in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog and Japanese, and covers all genres of music.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

SOMETHING ON MY MIND (D`Starlights)

From Mr Rainbow64(youtube):
D'Starlights, one of the most popular Filipino groups that started the invasion of our local pop scene during the 60s. The group was performing to full houses at the El Amigo Night Club along Kitchener Road. They introduced the "horns" and keyboards to the local music scene. Their popularity earned them a recording contract with EMI Singapore. Some of their recordings included For A Few Dollars More, Peanuts, Something On My Mind, I Believe, Mr. Lovin' Luggage Man, Massachusetts, Everything, Miss You, among others.

Friday, August 5, 2011

I CAN`T HELP MYSELF (The Mystics)

From QUESTING BANDSTAND:
The Mystics were formed in 1965 during the glory years of HK’s English pop scene. The members largely comprised of hkongers of Portugese decent. The band was popular at the school parties and “tea dances”, and recorded chart toppers like I can’t help myself, Sweet soul music, Midnight hour, Going out of my head, Song of the wind, One day (sang by Don Choi) and Send her back (composed by Michael Remedios and Tony Tavares). They disbanded in 1971.

PUPPET ON A STRING (Irene Ryder)

From WIKIPEDIA:
Irene Ryder was a popular Eurasian Hong Kong English pop singer in Hong Kong during the 1960s. In 1966, she attained the unofficial title of Go Go Queen after winning a talent quest. Her first single was To Sir With Love. Among the other singles that she recorded was a duet with Robert Lee, former member of Hong Kong beat band The Thunderbirds and the younger brother of Martial Arts star Bruce Lee. The single was called Baby Baby. In 1969, she was the only female singer chosen to represent Hong Kong at the 1970 World Expo in Osaka, Japan

Sunday, July 17, 2011

THE WEDDING (The Fabulous Echoes)

From QUESTING BANDSTAND:
The Fabulous Echoes were based in Hong Kong in the early 60′s. The early lineup of The Fabulous Echoes consisted of Tony Ruivivar (leader, guitar), Terry Lucido (keyboards), Stan Robertson (bass), Bert Sagum (vocals, percussions), Cliff Foenander (lead vocals) and Danny Ruivivar (drums, xylophone). Tony, Danny, Bert and Terry were from the Philippines. Cliff and Stan were from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Scotland respectively. Their first hit, “A little bit of soap”, stayed No. 1 for several weeks in H.K. in 1964. They secured a contract to play in Las Vegas and were later invited to appear in The Ed Sullivan Show. In 1968, they changed their name to Society of Seven and moved to Honolulu where they stayed. They have been a very successful act for over 30 years. In 2001, a second troupe by the name of Society of Seven LV was formed. This group alternates with the original, allowing the original group to perform outside Hawaii while they continue the engagement in Hawaii.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

THE LORD`S PRAYER (Esther Chan)

From Singapore 60`s Andy`s Pop Music Influence:
One of the prettiest lady singers in Hong Kong in the mid 70s is Esther Chan. She is an exceptionally talented person with tight vocals, clear diction, a powerful but yet beautiful voice that is able to interpret a music version of, The Lord's Prayer. Comparatively, she's as handsome as Zoe Saldana, the on screen persona of Neytiri in Avatar, James Cameron's latest adventure into the unknown. Chen Yi De has been singing since the late 60s and according to a blog, she is still appearing in nightclubs in Hong Kong up to 2007. Coming from Guangdong in China, she was never interested in music as a youth but developed a love for it later in her life...



TOP 10 PAGEVIEWS (Month of June)

...and the number 01 is... Esther Chan ... Congratulations, Esther!!!


01 LET ME TRY AGAIN (Esther Chan)
02 A Place in the Sun (Agnes Chan)
03 I Want to Hold Your Hand (The Charlie Santos Group)
04 Greenfields (Felicia Wong)
05 Love Me Warm and Tender (Kong Ling and The Fabulous Echoes)
06 Sayonara (Tracy Huang)
07 All Kinds of Everything (Frances Yip)
08 The Look of Love (Tony Orchez)
09 I Wonder Why (Rebecca Pan)
10 With a Girl Like You (Teddy Robin and The Playboys)

Sunday, June 26, 2011

EXCLUSIVELY YOURS (Joe Junior)

From raffles000 (youtube):
Joe Junior (Real name Jose Maria Rodriguez Jr.) is a popular pop singer from Hong Kong during the 1960s. He has since been in a number of TVB drama series in the 1990s and 2000s playing older character roles. Joe Junior is his stage name. Regularly appeared on TV music programs as host and as performer. Some of his songs on the chart were: Here's a Heart, Voice of Love, The End, I Got To Find a Cupid.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

THERE`S A KIND OF HUSH (Tracy Huang)

From 6 Lyrics:
Tracy Huang was born in Taiwan from a military family and soon became one of her most respected names in the Asian music scene. Started her career at a young age, singing English songs with pop bands in Taiwan. Later on, she joined an international label, Singapore EMI and achieved many top selling albums for the company, including 10 Gold albums. After her stint in Singapore EMI, Tracy moved on to join Polygram Records. During this period that Tracy became more popular in Hong Kong. In 1991, Tracy realized her full interest in music by forming her own production house, Inner Music Production.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

LOVE ME WARM AND TENDER (Kong Ling and The Fabulous Echoes)

From Questing Bandstand:
Kong Ling is known as “Singing sweetheart of Hong Kong”. She won an inter-school competition in 1951. By 1954, she was singing in Singapore, an engagment which lasted for nine months. When she returned to H.K., her popularity only continued to grow. She was in such high demand that she was singing in three separate nightclubs every evening. In the beginning, Kong Ling was singing mostly Mandarin covers of popular English songs. She recorded her first LP in English in 1960 on Diamond label called “Hong Kong presents the Off-beat Cha Cha” (Off-beat was first popularized in Manila). In her second LP, “Theme from a Dream”, Diamond wanted the best so they got The Fabulous Echoes to back Kong Ling.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

ALL KINDS OF EVERYTHING (Frances Yip)

From Wikipedia:
Frances Yip Lai-yee is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She is best known for performing many of the theme songs for television series produced by TVB in the 1980s and early 1990s. Born on 22 Oct 1947, Frances is of Hakka ancestry, Yip hit international fame with her signature tune, The Bund from the TVB drama of the same title. Before her success, she tributed songs in her earlier albums originally performed by singers such as Adam Cheng, Roman Tam and Jenny Tseng. In her 41-year career, Yip has released more than 80 albums, mostly of songs in American English, Indonesian, Malay, Mexican Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese and Mandarin. She has performed on television, and in films, concerts and cabarets in more than 30 countries on five continents. Yip is fluent in both Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) and English. She recently overcame breast cancer.

Friday, June 3, 2011

SAYONARA (Tracy Huang)

From 6 Lyrics:
Tracy Huang was born in Taiwan from a military family and soon became one of her most respected names in the Asian music scene. Started her career at a young age, singing English songs with pop bands in Taiwan. Later on, she joined an international label, Singapore EMI and achieved many top selling albums for the company, including 10 Gold albums. After her stint in Singapore EMI, Tracy moved on to join Polygram Records. During this period that Tracy became more popular in Hong Kong. In 1991, Tracy realized her full interest in music by forming her own production house, Inner Music Production.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

SUKIYAKI (Kong Ling)

From Questing Bandstand:
Kong Ling is known as “Singing sweetheart of Hong Kong”. She won an inter-school competition in 1951. By 1954, she was singing in Singapore, an engagment which lasted for nine months. When she returned to H.K., her popularity only continued to grow. She was in such high demand that she was singing in three separate nightclubs every evening. In the beginning, Kong Ling was singing mostly Mandarin covers of popular English songs. She recorded her first LP in English in 1960 on Diamond label called “Hong Kong presents the Off-beat Cha Cha” (Off-beat was first popularized in Manila). In her second LP, “Theme from a Dream”, Diamond wanted the best so they got The Fabulous Echoes to back Kong Ling.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

FOR YOU (The Fabulous Echoes)

From QUESTING BANDSTAND:
The Fabulous Echoes were based in Hong Kong in the early 60′s. The early lineup of The Fabulous Echoes consisted of Tony Ruivivar (leader, guitar), Terry Lucido (keyboards), Stan Robertson (bass), Bert Sagum (vocals, percussions), Cliff Foenander (lead vocals) and Danny Ruivivar (drums, xylophone). Tony, Danny, Bert and Terry were from the Philippines. Cliff and Stan were from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Scotland respectively. Their first hit, “A little bit of soap”, stayed No. 1 for several weeks in H.K. in 1964. They secured a contract to play in Las Vegas and were later invited to appear in The Ed Sullivan Show. In 1968, they changed their name to Society of Seven and moved to Honolulu where they stayed. They have been a very successful act for over 30 years. In 2001, a second troupe by the name of Society of Seven LV was formed. This group alternates with the original, allowing the original group to perform outside Hawaii while they continue the engagement in Hawaii.

Monday, May 9, 2011

REMEMBER ME (Cliff Foenander and the Fabulous Echoes)

From Wikipedia:
Cliff Foenander was a Sri Lankan musician (born in Colombo) who performed in South East Asia and Las Vegas. Cliff died in Australia on the 21st November 2000.
Cliff grew up in Colombo, and in the 1950s he started performing in clubs and dances around Ceylon. South Asia's oldest radio station, Radio Ceylon (now the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation) gave Cliff his first exposure inside Ceylon and across South Asia, including India. Broadcasters Vernon Corea, Jimmy Bharucha and Tim Horshington played his songs and interviewed him on their radio shows.
Cliff later joined Hong Kong based group 'The Fabulous Echoes.' and they built a fan base in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Japan. The Fabulous Echoes gained international exposure playing in Las Vegas in the United States of America, also performing with rat pack members Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr, with Ella Fitzgerald and the great 'Satchmo,' Louis Armstrong. The Fabulous Echoes performed on the Ed Sullivan Show after Ed saw them in action in the Thunderbird Lounge.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

LOVE WITHOUT END (Frances Yip)

From MrRainbow64:
The title song from the very popular 1961 Mandarin movie - "Love Without End", starring 60s' Movie Queen Ms Lin Dai, so well delivered by Frances Yip in both Mandarin & English languages.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

I WONDER WHY (Rebecca Pan)

From Questing Bandstand:
Rebecca Pan 潘迪華 was another singer to rise to prominence during the burgeoning early 1960s cabaret scene in Hong Kong. A mixed of Mandarin and English repertoires were the rave. Rebecca’s bilingual interpretation of Rose, Rose, I love you in 1961 was classic. She followed up in 1965 with another Chinese song that had successfully translated into the West earlier: Second Spring (第二春), composed by Yao Min 姚敏 and sang by Dong Bei Bei 董佩佩 in Shanghai, and also was recorded by Tsai Chin (also known as Irene Chow, 姚莉) as Ding Dong Song in 1959 after it featured in the London stage musical The World of Suzie Wong. The English lyrics were composed by Lionel Bart. Rebecca Pan has enjoyed a very successful career which now spans five decades. Her Live In The Eagle’s Nest was Hong Kong’s first live album and Pai Niang Niang – The Legend of the White Snake 白孃孃 was also the first original Mandarin musical on the island. Rebecca Pan’s acclaimed bilingual version of Ding Dong Song and The isle of Pulau Bali are featured here, followed by the original Mandarin version of Second Spring by Dong Bei Bei.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

I BELIEVE (D`Starlights)

From Questing Bandstand:
One of the better known Pilipino bands which played in clubs around Singapore in 1967. They changed the mindset of local bands by introducing brass and the keyboard to augment the basic setup for a guitar band. They also played a lot of American-influenced music with great harmony and voicing.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

HAVA NAGILA (The Quests)

The Quests from Singapore, Southeast Asia`s best instrumental pop band in the 60`s and 70`s!???

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

SONATA OF LOVE (Cris Solano & D`Swooners)

From Questing Bandstand:
They were a Filipino band formed in 1963. They went to Hong Kong and played in nightclubs. In 1965, they recorded “My Sonata of Love” (composed by Vic Cristobal) on the Diamond label which became a big hit. They opened for The Kinks and Manfred Mann in Hong Kong. A Japanese talent scout saw them and took them to Japan. They released two singles and two albums in Japan including the very successful psychedelic GS “Please Please Trina” on Philips in 1968. Cris Solano (vocals, bass), Charlie Cajilig (guitar), Ernie Espiritu (organ), Ronnie Parina (vocals, trumpet, saxophone), Eddie Fortuno (drums)

Monday, April 11, 2011

WITH A GIRL LIKE YOU (Teddy Robin and the Playboys)

From Wikipedia:
Kwan Wai-pang (traditional Chinese: 關維鵬; born 2 March 1945 in Guilin, Guangxi), better known as Teddy Robin (Chinese: 泰迪羅賓), is a Hong Kong English pop singer-songwriter, actor, and director. He began his music career in 1960s when Hong Kong English pop were in its peak in terms of popularity in Hong Kong. He led a band named Teddy Robin and the Playboys. He later became an actor, film director, producer and composer. Kelvin Kwan, his nephew, is currently a singer in Hong Kong.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

I`M EASY (Teresa Carpio)

From Wikipedia:
Teresa Carpio is a Hong Kong English pop and Cantopop singer, actor and singing teacher, born in Hong Kong. She is the mother of singer T. V. Carpio. For several years from 1975 onwards Carpio had her own TV variety show in Hong Kong, on which she performed both solo and with several of her siblings. She released many albums in Hong Kong from 1976 onwards; her early releases under EMI such as the EMI's "Sound Hit" series on vinyl record. Eventually six of her album under EMI went gold, in which she featured cover versions in English of western hits, including an album with George Lam. She made numerous television appearances in Hong Kong, in the late 1970s. Carpio was the first and the youngest Hong Kong singer ever, to appear on national TV, in Japan. She has performed in many other countries as far apart as Singapore, Malaysia, Tahiti, Brunei, the USA and Canada.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

PORTRAIT OF MY LOVE (Kong Ling)

From Questing Bandstand:
Kong Ling is known as “Singing sweetheart of Hong Kong”. She won an inter-school competition in 1951. By 1954, she was singing in Singapore, an engagment which lasted for nine months. When she returned to H.K., her popularity only continued to grow. She was in such high demand that she was singing in three separate nightclubs every evening. In the beginning, Kong Ling was singing mostly Mandarin covers of popular English songs. She recorded her first LP in English in 1960 on Diamond label called “Hong Kong presents the Off-beat Cha Cha” (Off-beat was first popularized in Manila). In her second LP, “Theme from a Dream”, Diamond wanted the best so they got The Fabulous Echoes to back Kong Ling.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

LOOK FOR A STAR (The Night-owls)

Norman Cheng (lead guitar), Ricky Fung (bass guitar), Nick Donmingo (organ/piano), Donald Ashley (drums)..... Uncle Ray Cordeiro (Band Co-ordinator)

Sunday, February 20, 2011

LET ME TRY AGAIN (Frances Yip)

From Wikipedia:
Frances Yip Lai-yee is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She is best known for performing many of the theme songs for television series produced by TVB in the 1980s and early 1990s. Born on 22 Oct 1947, Frances is of Hakka ancestry, Yip hit international fame with her signature tune, The Bund from the TVB drama of the same title. Before her success, she tributed songs in her earlier albums originally performed by singers such as Adam Cheng, Roman Tam and Jenny Tseng. In her 41-year career, Yip has released more than 80 albums, mostly of songs in American English, Indonesian, Malay, Mexican Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese and Mandarin. She has performed on television, and in films, concerts and cabarets in more than 30 countries on five continents. Yip is fluent in both Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) and English. She recently overcame breast cancer.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

HISTORIA DI UN AMOR (The Chopsticks)

From Wikipedia:
The Chopstick Sisters was a short lived female singing group in Hong Kong. They are the first all-female modern music singing group to be marketed and launched from Hong Kong. They started singing in the late 1960s with HK English pop songs. In early 1970s, Sandra Lang went solo.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

LET`S TWIST AGAIN (Kong Ling and the Fabulous Echoes)

From Questing Bandstand:
Kong Ling is known as “Singing sweetheart of Hong Kong”. She won an inter-school competition in 1951. By 1954, she was singing in Singapore, an engagment which lasted for nine months. When she returned to H.K., her popularity only continued to grow. She was in such high demand that she was singing in three separate nightclubs every evening. In the beginning, Kong Ling was singing mostly Mandarin covers of popular English songs. She recorded her first LP in English in 1960 on Diamond label called “Hong Kong presents the Off-beat Cha Cha” (Off-beat was first popularized in Manila). In her second LP, “Theme from a Dream”, Diamond wanted the best so they got The Fabulous Echoes to back Kong Ling.

Friday, January 28, 2011

LET`S LIVE FOR TODAY (Sam Hui)

From Wikipedia:
Sam Hui started his career as a host to a youth music TV show on the TV station TVB. Sam and Michael Hui starred as the host in 精裝雙星報喜 (The Hui's Brothers Show). At that time, he was the lead musician of his band named The Lotus. In the early years of his career, Hui performed English songs that were popular in Britain and the United States. He wrote the theme songs for the comedies produced by his brother, Michael Hui, and started performing Cantonese songs.

Monday, January 24, 2011

SOMETIMES WHEN WE TOUCH (Teresa Carpio)

From Wikipedia:
Teresa Carpio is a Hong Kong English pop and Cantopop singer, actor and singing teacher, born in Hong Kong. She is the mother of singer T. V. Carpio. For several years from 1975 onwards Carpio had her own TV variety show in Hong Kong, on which she performed both solo and with several of her siblings. She released many albums in Hong Kong from 1976 onwards; her early releases under EMI such as the EMI's "Sound Hit" series on vinyl record. Eventually six of her album under EMI went gold, in which she featured cover versions in English of western hits, including an album with George Lam. She made numerous television appearances in Hong Kong, in the late 1970s. Carpio was the first and the youngest Hong Kong singer ever, to appear on national TV, in Japan. She has performed in many other countries as far apart as Singapore, Malaysia, Tahiti, Brunei, the USA and Canada.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW (Frances Yip)

ALL KINDS OF EVERYTHING (Rowena Cortes)



MONTHLY TOP TEN (Most viewed posts in December)
01 SINGLE GIRL (Rowena Cortes)
02 Look for a Star (Joe Junior)
03 Time of the Season (The Charlie Santos Group)
04 Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Rowena Cortes)
05 I Gotta Find Cupid (The Zoundcrackers)
06 Angel (Joe Jnr and the Side Effects)
07 Don`t Leave Me (baby baby) (The Mystics)
08 The End of the World (Tracy Hwang)
09 How Do You Do (Anders Nelson and the Inspiration)
10 Speak Softly Love (Christine Samson)


Congratulations Rowena!