Bro. Eli Calls For The Support to “SONGS FOR HEROES” A Benefit Concert For The Gallant 44

A simple Tweet of Bro. Eli Soriano calling for the Filipino people to unite and work with the government and support President Benigno Aquino III had dominated Twitter for 5 straight days.

 

Bro. Eli pointed out that this is the time to find ways to help the orphaned families to move forward. This initiated him to give an amount of 1 million pesos for the charity event.

 

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The benefit concert is entitled Songs for Heroes will take place at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on March 19, 2015 at 7 pm. The proceeds will be given to the families of the SAF44.

 

          

 

Volunteers of the Philippine National Police Chorale and the Non-Uniformed Personnel of the Philippine National Police at Camp Crame with the AFP Combo is highlighting the event.

 

     PNP & AFP chorale, getting ready for “Songs for Heroes” benefit concert

 

Veteran singers like Noel Cabangon – singer/songwriter of the hits like Kanlungan at Pana-panahon; , Premier Classical Balladeer Bo Cerdudo; ‘90’s band Neocolours; Jay Durias – singer, composer, songwriter, arranger, record producer and the front man of South Border headed the list of performers.

 

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Among other guests inclues Jonalyn Viray, Gerald Santos, Faith Cuneta;  Mcoy Fundales – singer-songwriter, actor and a member of the band Orange and Lemons;  Miro Valera – lead vocalist of the band Stonefree;  Jason Fernandez, Jek Manuel, Beverly Caimen, Shane Velasco, 5th Gen. Up-coming artists like The Voysng, Bueno Sisters and violinists Bember and Triposa Erese will grace the concert.

 

UNTV’s Ito ang Balita had been an advocate of justice. The program continues to seek for the truth by strictly following the case of the Maguindanao Massacre. Previous projects of Bro. Eli and Kuya Daniel includes a benefit concert for the orphaned families of the mediamen abducted and massacred at Maguindanao.

 

UNTV, the only Public Service station in the Philippines had been tying up in reaching out a helping hand to less fortunate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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