After being postponed from its February 11 schedule, Jeremiah Tiangco feels grateful that his first solo concert is pushing through this April 15 at the Music Museum in Greenhills, San Juan.
During his virtual media conference, the grand champion of the second season of ‘The Clash,’ GMA Network’s all-original singing competition, was so excited to share details about this milestone in his almost-four-year showbiz career.
He has a nice lineup of guests which includes this #TheClash colleagues Christian Bautista, Jessica Villarubin, Mariane Osabel, Garrett Bolden, Vilmark Viray, and Ken Chan. Also gracing his concert are the following: This Band, Magnus Haven, Rob Deniel, The Viktor Project.
A fruit of hard work
Talking about the challenges faced by this passion project made Jeremiah a tad emotional.
“Sobrang grateful, sobrang laki ng pasasalamat sa puso ko dahil yung pinaghirapan po namin — ng aking team, ng aking production —ay nagbubunga na,” he expressed. “Kumbaga, ang tagal po namin ‘tong pinagplanuhan… dumating yung point na parang hindi siya matutuloy…”
He also said that he’s quite disappointment about the postponement but took things differently so as to put them on a positive light.
“Ginagawa kong positive lahat ng negative, may gano’n akong ugali. Yung pangyayari na yon na siyempre, na-interview na ‘ko sa 24 Oras, na nagkaroon na kami ng article na Feb 11 ang concert… Merong disappointment. Hindi ko siya tineyk na negative, ginawa ko siyang motivation… Isa rin sa mga reason ko sa pagkakaroon ng concert ay para sa GMA, para sa fans ko.
“No’ng napag-usapan naming hindi matutuloy ang Feb 11, hindi ko siya na-process… Before Feb 11, ang tagal din ng months na preparation… Knowing na magre-resked kami ng April 15, parang ‘Wag na lang kaya nating ituloy.’ Pero siguro it’s God’s perfect time.”
What to expect from Jeremiah
What should people expect from #DareToBeDifferent? Jeremiah has this answer:
“Great music ang maibibigay ko sa kanila sa araw na iyon. alam ko, makikita nila ang mga pinaghirapan ng production namin… Yun lang. Gusto ko lang ibalik, at ipakita talaga kung ano ako sa stage. Sa All-Out Sundays, marami kami… Dito, mas focused sa akin. Mas maibibigay namin yung juices na karapat-dapat.”
Produced by Katha Studios, and directed by Lee Junio Gasid and Jeremiah Tiangco himself, “Dare to be Different” offers affordable ticket prices ranging from P800 to P2500. See you at the Music Museum this April 15 at 8PM.