Event: #AnEveningWithOPMHitmen on Feb. 3 #MusicMuseum #RannieRaymundo #RichardReynoso #ChadBorja #RenzVerano
Let us all continue glorifying our own Original Pilipino Music (OPM). Hitmakers of the 90s Richard Reynoso, Rannie Raymundo, Renz Verano and Chad Borja will have a pre-valentine concert at the Music Museum on Feb. 3 dubbed "An Evening With OPM Hitmen". The press conference invited last Tuesday reminisced the songs once popularized by these OPM Hitmen and caught up with the lives of these men after decades of being outside the limelight.
Chad Borja who survived Papillary Carcinoma shared how he learned to keep fit and healthy after surgery and how communing with trees helped his body and mind recuperated all these years. Still sexy at 48, he shared to us how yoga and love for trees gained him more passion and peace to help the environment and other people. He's too passionate about trees, he memorized all types endemic in the country. The hit singer of "Ikaw Lang" we still hear often on the radio is too passionate about them that he hopes to join crusades for planting anywhere in the country when given the chance.
The four age-less Hitmen thought of enjoining the Pinoys in the city after a series of shows and concerts in the provinces. Rannie, Richard and Chad showed respect at the talent of Renz Verano not just because he is the oldest but for his genious arrangement of collaborating their voices together on series of sets. According to the OPM Hitmen, they'll be singing songs most people drop jaws and contemporary music the kids today appreciate so they can enjoy the concert with their parents.
They have varied opinions about the new batch of hitmakers today and since their songs were always played and covered, they thought it best to share how the original singers of these OPM hits shall fair the versions of the young with more surprises. The OPM Hitmen gave us a medley of Apo Hiking Society paying tribute to Danny who coined the word. It was a hair-raising experience towards the end I'm too excited to watch more.www.ticketworld.com.ph or call 891-9999 or at the Music Museum before the show (8pm).