Music icon David Foster visited sick children in Toronto on Friday to help raise awareness of the need for organ donation.
Foster, 61, started a foundation in his name more than 20 years ago to provide financial assistance for Canadians in need of organ transplants. The foundation helps families with non-medical expenses. Read the full story
(SINGAPORE) Last night, Charice the tiny-but-talented girl surprised every single person in the tiny-but-elegant stadium of this tiny-but-affluent island nation.
Charice performed as part of the David Foster and Friends Asian Tour, which is now in Singapore – its fifth and final leg. This sold-out installment coincides with the Singapore Sun Festival, a month-long national event.
Mild applause ensued after her first number, “Power of Love”, something that can be at best described as a gesture of kindness from the very poised pack. Read the full story
(BANGKOK) Charice sure does ring a lot of bells nowadays, as she performed along with other artists in yet another sold-out concert for the Thai installment of the David Foster and Friends Concert Tour. Prior to the Thailand gig, Charice also performed in sold-out concerts in Tokyo and in Manila, as part of the same concert tour.
Twelve Thousand Thais instantly went nuts when Charice made a grand entrance at Bangkok’s Impact Arena. She came all the way from the back, through the audience and up onto the stage – all while singing Celine Dion’s “Power of Love” like it was just a piece of cake. Read the full story
(MANILA) Singing superstar Charice rocked Manila, after performing as the top bill in the sold-out Philippine installment of the David Foster and Friends Concert. She received multiple standing ovations from the typically hard-to-please Filipino audience.
The 10,000-seater Araneta Coliseum turned neon blue when the capacity crowd lit thousands of glow sticks as soon as Charice went up on stage for her turn to shine. Charice sported a picturesque look with curly hair, a classy pink dress, and her signature Sennheiser Swarovski crystal-studded bling-bling mic. Read the full story
A typhoon blew through here a few days ago, and now it’s Charice’s turn to stir things up. Charice arrived back in the Philippines and you know it’s all a big deal, here. People are going crazy. Can you blame them?
From ABS-CBN television in the Philippines, we get the skinny on Charice’s arrival in her home country. Here is a translation of the Filipino and transcript of the news spot: Read the full story
Every time Charice sings, it’s like angels have touched down on stage. When every note is sculpted so perfectly, it takes your breath away, you know a superstar is in your midst. Today was no exception when Charice and David Foster took to the airwaves on Fuji TV networks’ morning TV program “Tokudane” to promote tonight’s Tokyo concert. With them was famed singer, Peter Cetera. Read the full story
This October 23, enjoy a special evening with David Foster when he comes to Manila with his friends Peter Cetera, Natalie Cole, Ruben Studdard, the Canadian Tenors, and our very own Charice.
David Foster is the “Hit Man” of some of the world’s greatest singers of all time – winner of 15 Grammy Awards, 3 Grammy Producer of the Year Awards, 7 Canadian Juno Awards, Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, Billboard Magazines’ Top Singles Producer, Billboard Magazines’ Top R&B Producer, 3 Time Oscar Nominee and an unprecedented record 46 Grammy nominations. Read the full story
David Foster, one of the best songwriters of the world, the producer with the “Golden Hands,” presents an event that should not be missed…
On his first visit to Thailand, Thai fans will be treated to a full, big concert together with his world-class artists such as Natalie Cole, CHARICE, Peter Cetera, Ruben Studdard and The Canadian Tenors. Fans will enjoy hit songs like Can’t Help Falling In Love, Because You Love Me, Unforgettable, Breathless, I Swear, I Will Always Love You, I Have Nothing and a wide array of music. The “Hit Man David Foster and Friends Live in Bangkok” concert will be held on Monday, October 25 at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani. Read the full story
UPDATE: October 23, 2010, ANNOUNCEMENT Malaysian (for those coming to DFF Singapore) and Singapore Chasters, there will be a scheduled Meet and Greet with Charice in Singapore. Proof of ticket purchase required for the M&G but no guarantee of admittance due to maximum capacity of 30. Nametags will be given out before the concert, meeting place and contact person to be announced later. You will receive a confirmation via email. Email your names and copies of tickets to Gracia_chong@yahoo.com.sg (Amazing CP) and firstname.lastname@example.org (Wyip). Goodluck! – SchoenRead the full story
David Foster Comes Back to Japan After 16 Years as Part of his Asian Concert Tour
David Foster, hitmaker during the golden age of the adult-oriented rock genre from the 80s to the early 90s will come back to Japan for concerts on October 19 and 20 at Hall A of the Tokyo International Forum. The last time he was in Japan to perform was 16 years ago at the “JT Super Producers 94″ concert at the Budokan in 1994.