"God Gave Me You" singer Bryan White confirms Manila concert on December 1

Bryan White on his song "God Gave Me You": "I love the song so much, I love the song still to this day, I love it. And I just can’t believe how music travels and you just never know, where’s it’s gonna end up and what’s gonna happen with it. So, I just wanna say a great big thank you to you guys."




It’s confirmed! American country music singer Bryan White is coming to Manila on December 1.

Bryan made the announcement earlier today, September 28, through his official Twitter account.

FINALLY : GOD GAVE ME YOU SINGER @bryan_white concert @araneta December 1 , 2015 Live 8:00pm #ALDUBThisMustBeLove pic.twitter.com/6QUA89A8BF

— ALDUB PHILIPPINES ™ (@ALDUBPILIPINAS) September 28, 2015


Last week, Bryan teased about his upcoming visit in the Philippines through his Twitter account. The singer uploaded his photo holding a fan sign with the hashtags #GGMY and #ALDUBYOUALL.

Coming to see you soon. Thank you for so much support. So grateful that God Gave Me YOU! Ÿ˜Š #GGMY #ALDUBNextChapter… pic.twitter.com/S3JwZJsYZK

— bryan_white (@bryan_white) September 22, 2015


Bryan’s song “God Gave Me You” has been going viral after Eat Bulaga used it as the theme song of their Kalye-serye led by Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza. Brian also thanked Maine and Alden for allowing his song to be part of their phenomenal AlDub loveteam.

Read: Bryan White thanks Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza for allowing "God Gave Me You" be part of AlDub


Before making the final announcement, Bryan released a video thanking his Filipino fans for supporting the song 16 years after it was released in 1999.

The Grammy award-winning singer uploaded his video on his official Facebook page last September 19.

Bryan said, “I just wanna say a great big thank you to all of my Filipino fans and Asian fans out there.

“Man, I’m so excited about all that’s been happening about 'God Gave Me You.'

“I released the song in 1999 and it was a hit for me in the States.

“And it’s crazy, you know, 15… how many years later, it’s become a really big success in your country and I can’t thank you enough for the support and just for you guys loving the song so much.

“I love the song so much, I love the song still to this day, I love it.

“And I just can’t believe how music travels and you just never know, where’s it’s gonna end up and what’s gonna happen with it.

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“So, I just wanna say a great big thank you to you guys.”


Posted by Bryan White on Friday, September 18, 2015


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