Nico Antonio, Guji Lorenzana, Jay-R Siaboc and Tom Rodriguez have been performing regularly on ASAP as the singing group known as VOIZboys. They originally had Ronnie Liang as a member but he was pulled out because he has an existing contract with another recording company.
Now that their lineup is already complete, the VOIZboys will entertain their fans during their all-night party dubbed as Fusion. It will take place at Zirkoh Tomas Morato this Saturday, May 29, starting at 9 pm. The concert will also double as the launch of their 10-track album Fusion, which is released under Quantum Music and distributed by Star Records.
Special guests include Pokwang, Saicy Aguila, Carol Leus, Arpie, and The Rainmakers while the Multivitamins Band will supply live music.
Guji and Jay-R are into rock, Nico into ballads while Tom does pop music. Imagine the creative energy when different musical backgrounds and styles are put together into VOIZboys.
Their 10-track album Fusion contains seven original songs and three revivals. It has two new Vehnee Saturno compositions, "Sinta" and Jay-R’s solo number "Kakaiba Ka." Fusion also contains Joven Tan’s "Todo Na," Tom’s solo vehicle "Pwede Na," Jojo Panaligan’s "In Love Again," and Yugel Losorata’s "Stop the World." The song "Anghel Ko" by Lucien Letaba serves as Guji’s solo contribution to the album.
There are also two songs by Mon Villanueva of The Rainmakers, "You and Me" & "Maria Clara" plus a song by Louie Ocampo & Ogie Alcasid. "Sana’y Malaman Mo" which serves as Nico’s solo medium, is a revival.
Audiences can look forward to solo spot numbers and group performances in this concert cum album launch. In addition, the irrepressible Pokwang will keep the house roaring with her special participation, making it a night of great music and funny segments.
Experience VOIZboys’ kind of music this Saturday, May 29.
Tickets are priced at P1,000 and P600. They are available at Ticketnet (911-5555) and Ticketworld (891-9999) and at the newly opened Zirkoh Morato. For inquiries, please call Weng (887-0226 or 0917-800-0556).