I think I can count in my hands the concerts that have gone the distance in Toronto. I believe Martin Nievera at Roy Thomson Hall was one of them at 3 hours.
Jed Madela did not disappoint. This Toronto was the last stop in his Canadian tour. He started at Vancouver, then Calgary and Winnipeg.
He sang a mix of broadway songs, Filipino songs and oldies from the sixties. All in all, it was an enjoyable concert. He also sang "Sometimes when we touch," a la Manny Pacquiao. Guest Martha Joy sang Whitney Houston's "One Moment in Time."
The producer of the concert was UMAC cargo, avery reliable door to door company operating worldwide.
|Jed Madela wowed the crowds with a variety of genre.|
|Edessa Andrada, Emiline Cruz, Inah Patrizia, and Maria Panaligan pose backstage before the start of the show.|
|A fan is happy to ahve posed with jed.|
|Another fan poses with Jed.|
|FV Foods co-owner Flor Vendiola (SECOND FROM RIGHT) poses at the FV snack stand.|
|Gian carlo Bobila sang at intermission.|
|Inah Patrizia sings one of her original composition.|
|Jheo Navarro sings an environmental song.|
|Jheo Navarro gets a little help from Maria Panaligan's (IN RED) sister Aubrey.|
|Jed Madela goes broadway.|
|Steve and Belen Biaoco, with Father Macalipay pose with singer Martha Joy (SECOND FROM RIGHT).|
|UMAC producer Joseph Alilio (FAR RIGHT) pose with the other singers and their parents.|
|Maria Panaligan is one of the front acts.|
|Maria Panaligan checks her make-up.|
|Maria gets a little help from her sister Aubrey.|