If Charice were a temblor, I would say that she got the Big Dome Saturday night all shook up with Intensity 10. No other singer in recent memory performed with such a powerful voice that she caused palpable vibration throughout the audience, so powerful in fact that, I’m sure, that if I held a glass of water, that voice would have shattered the glass the way, if what I had read somewhere was correct, Vic Damone’s vocal power did.
As the finale among the five performers (including The Canadian Tenors, Natalie Cole, Ruben Studdard and Peter Cetera) in the Hitman David Foster and Friends, staged to a likewise SRO audience last week in Japan, Charice sang four songs, hitting the high notes with such amazing ease (no effort at all, see!) that the audience responded with a standing ovation each time, starting with Power of Love, followed by Pyramid (from her hit debut album), a medley of I Have Nothing and I Will Always Love You (both Foster compositions from the movie The Bodyguard, starring Foster talent Whitney Houston
and Kevin Costner), and All By Myself.
Charice got the Big Dome all shook up! - FUNFARE UPDATE By Ricardo F. Lo | The Philippine Star News Entertainment