Miguel Escueta rocks Eastwood City, November 16

by Jocelyn Dimaculangan
Nov 14, 2007
Singer-songwriter Miguel Escueta will have a grand album launch party on November 16 at the Eastwood Central Plaza. His 12-track, all-original album I AM M.E. is released under MCA Music.


Twenty-three-year-old singer-songwriter Miguel Escueta will hold his grand album launch party this Friday, November 16, at the Eastwood Central Plaza.

The pop rock singer is best remembered for being the Best New Male Recording Artist in the 2005 Awit Awards. Get ready to chill out while rockin' to your heart's delight during MCA Music's big event to introduce Miguel's 12-track, all-original album I AM M.E.

Start off with Miguel's carrier single "Falling Away," the song that re-introduced him in music circles as the newest name in the pop rock scene.

Then jam with him some more as he makes your heart melt and tremble with the exciting second single "Isipin," his song that also has a narrative music video set in an outdoor restaurant. Tackling the topic of daydreams, it's one of the often played music videos in MYX and MTV.

Then its rock 'till you drop as Miguel enthralls the audience with his original compositions such as "Take Me There," "Balik Simula," "Close To The Edge," "Pull Through," "Live It," "Sa Pagkawala," and "Where I Stand." As you hear and see him perform, you'll certainly experience an intimate encounter with Miguel through the songs that he himself penned.

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Presented by MCA Music, Miguel Escueta's grand album launch party will take place this Friday, November 16, at the Eastwood Central Plaza, Eastwood City at 8 p.m.

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Singer-songwriter Miguel Escueta will have a grand album launch party on November 16 at the Eastwood Central Plaza. His 12-track, all-original album I AM M.E. is released under MCA Music.
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