Bryan White, singer behind AlDub KalyeSerye’s “God Gave Me You,” to hold Manila concert on December 1

Bryan White's God Gave Me You Tour Live in Manila will take place on December 1 at the Araneta Coliseum.

It’s a wish granted for Yaya Dub as Bryan White will be performing in Manila on Tuesday.

White, the singer of the sensational KalyeSerye AlDub’s theme song, “God Gave Me You,” will hold his concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on December 1.

Maine Mendoza, popularly known as Yaya Dub, and one-half of the phenomenal AlDub tandem, expressed in a tweet that she hopes to see Bryan White when he performs in Manila.

Pleasure is ours! More power to you, Bryan! Hope to see you perform live soon! Ÿ˜Š

— Maine Mendoza (@mainedcm) September 23, 2015

The Grammy Award-winning American country music artist appreciated how split-screen lovers Alden Richards and Maine used “God Gave Me You” in the Kalyeserye segment of Eat Bulaga.

White shared with his fans that he is both humbled and honoured at the same time.

In fact, Alden Richards serenaded Yaya Dub with “God Gave Me You” during the Tamang Panahon concert.

A series of video clips showing White speaking to his Filipino fans were also posted by avid AlDub supporters on Twitter.

In the video, White thanked his Filipino fans and his followers from all across Asia. “I’ve been very excited about all that’s happening with ‘God Gave Me You.’”

He added, “I love the song so much... I just can’t believe how music travels and you just never know where it’s gonna end up and what’s gonna happen with it.”

Bryan White’s inclination to music started early in life, since he grew up in a musical family in Oklahoma. His musical mentor, Steve Wariner, made a significant impact on the singer.

White mentions, “I immediately gravitated toward his tone and phrasing. I knew right then, at the age of fourteen, what I wanted to do with my life.”

Just right out of high school, he packed up his drumsticks, guitar, aspirations, and the five hundred dollars from his family and went to Nashville to begin his career as a musician.

Bryan White is the artist/composer behind the hits “From This Moment On” (with Shania Twain), “So Much For Pretending,” and “I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore.”

He charted 17 singles on the Billboard’s Country Charts. To his credit are six No. 1 singles, two platinum and golds, and several awards including a Grammy and an ACM Top Male Vocalist Award. He was also considered as one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People.

His latest release “Shine” is now available on iTunes and in the Bryan White online store. White revealed when asked about what he hoped to accomplish in the record, that despite his accolades, he never forgets where he comes from.

The 41-year-old singer says he has always been appreciative of what he has been rewarded throughout the years. Looking back on all his accomplishments, he is grateful now more than ever for all of the milestones in his career.

Filipino fans can now look forward to a night of “kilig” moments and romance as the singer-songwriter performs his much endeared love anthems come 1st of December, 8 pm at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Bryan White's God Gave Me You Tour Live in Manila is presented by Concert Republic/ OctoArts Entertainment Inc.

Tickets are on sale at or any TicketNet outlet.

For inquiries, call Tel. No. 911-5555.

Ticket prices:

VIP Patron - P5,000
Patron - P4,000
Lower Box Center - P4,000
Lower Box - P3,000
Upper Box A - P1,750
Upper Box B - P1,000
Gen Admission - P500






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