JOCELYN ENRIQUEZ

 

Jocelyn Enriquez has been widely regarded as becoming the first Filipino-American artist to find success in the mainstream music industry and deemed by some as the “Queen of Freestyle”. Enriquez’s smash hit single, Do You Miss Me?, was released in 1996, peaking at #14 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart.  The album also features the radio hit, A Little Bit Of Ecstasy, which reached #1 on Billboard’s Dance sales chart for 6 weeks, solidifying her position in the Dance genre.

In 1998, she collaborated with Amber & Ultra Natè, remaking "If You Could Read My Mind" for the major motion picture, 54. Enriquez also found international success in Canada, Brazil, Singapore, Guam, Germany, and the Philippines. Known for her live performances, Jocelyn has shared the stage with such artists as N‘Sync, Salt-N-Pepa, LL Cool J, Brandy, Jon Secada, Backstreet Boys, Color Me Badd, Stevie B, and Wyclef.

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RAMIELE MALUBAY

 

Ramiele is a Filipino-American singer and the 9th place finalist on the 7th season of the television series, American Idol. Her appearances include Live with Regis and KellyThe Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the Today show, The SauceThe Morning Show with Mike and JulietAccess Hollywood and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In 2008, she was nominated as a Favorite TV Personality by the JC Penney Asian Excellence Awards.  She has performed in concerts with Kuh Ledesma & Martin Nievera during their American tours and with Olgie Alcasid back in the Philippines.  Ramiele also performed the American national anthem for the main event fight between Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Ángel Cotto at the MGM Grand Las Vegas

DIANNE DULAY

 

Dianne Dulay, a multi-faceted diamond in the rough that is ready to shine. The singer/songwriter/producer/instrumentalist is an upcoming R&B artist from Vallejo, California. For the past several years, Dianne has been honing her craft as a musician and vocalist. Dianne was born into a family that is deeply rooted in music. “My father is my biggest inspiration when it comes to my foundation in music”. As the daughter of a Filipino folk singer, Bobby Dulay, it is not by coincidence that she is pursuing her own journey as a musician. Having gained her recording experience as “hook-singer” for numerous Bay Area hip-hop artists, Dianne is now stepping into the limelight and is set to release her debut single soon to be followed by an album set to be released in the near future. 

JACKIE CHAVEZ

Born and raised in the Philippines, Jackie discovered her passion for music when her grandmother showed her the basics of guitar-playing. She worked on teaching herself on how to pick up melodies and notes by ear and hasn’t stopped ever since. Jackie describes herself as a versatile artist whose musical interests range from R&B to Country. She wants to be known for her original songs in both English and her native language, Tagalog. Jackie has amassed a following that adores her sweet nature and heartfelt renditions of today’s popular music and OPM (Original Pilipino Music), with a voice and style that are easy to the ears.

JACKIE CHAVEZ

Born and raised in the Philippines, Jackie discovered her passion for music when her grandmother showed her the basics of guitar-playing. She worked on teaching herself on how to pick up melodies and notes by ear and hasn’t stopped ever since. Jackie describes herself as a versatile artist whose musical interests range from R&B to Country. She wants to be known for her original songs in both English and her native language, Tagalog. Jackie has amassed a following that adores her sweet nature and heartfelt renditions of today’s popular music and OPM (Original Pilipino Music), with a voice and style that are easy to the ears.

SHERYL ANN PADRE

 

A young talented musician from Stockton, CA who enjoys the presence of music, family, friends, and God. Diverse between instruments such as guitar, ukulele, piano, flute, tuba, and vocals. Sheryl Ann Padre has been surrounded and comforted by music since she was about 3. She loves to express herself with writing poetry and songs and dancing. She loves having the ability to inspire all people of different background and age. Hoping to continue her journey, Sheryl will forever share her love of music with others.

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JULIUS DACASIN

Julius Dacasin is a Filipino-American artist that has been inspired by many different genres of music. As a child, Julius was immersed in the smooth ballads and classic rock that his father would play. Over time, Julius discovered that the one genre he enjoyed the most was R&B.  Julius' passion for music fueled him to enroll in a college where he majored in Recording Arts and built on the foundation of knowledge he had gained over the years. Now, Julius aims to utilize his talents as a singer-songwriter, producer, and sound engineer to chase his dreams of becoming a known artist while also serving as an inspiration to those who, like himself, need to find the courage within themselves to pursue their artistic goals.

JULIE PLUG

Julie Plug developed a strong following with sold-out shows playing the largest venues in their hometown of San Francisco. Their debut album found favor on college radio, and were often played on Bay Area stations KITS Live 105.3 FM, Alice 97.3 FM and LA station KROQ 106.7 FM. With the band’s upbeat sound defined by Des De Leon Nicolas’ introspective songwriting and voice often described by music magazines as “ethereal”, the band’s sound was likened to “a blissful feeling befitting John Hughes movies” as the band quickly found its music on primetime television shows which included eight episodes on Dawson’s Creek as well as several independent films.

 

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