Jul 14, 2007

David Pomeranz is back

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THE singer/songwriter responsible for the hits “Born For You” (which has sold more than 500,000 copies in the Philippines alone) and “Got To Believe In Magic” is once more set to captivate audiences with his new 12-track, all-original album entitled “Hold Tight.”

Fall in love again with the songs “My Favorite Story” and “When I Look At You.” Rekindle old flames with “Still Can’t Let You Go.” Get into the rhythm with the hits “Far As The Heart Can See” and “China Be Brave.” And be inspired with the hopeful message of “Hold Tight” and “Lit From Within.”

Also in the album is the carrier single “Daybreak,” composed by David Pomeranz and originally sung by the Divine Miss Bette Midler. This heart-warming, soul-breaking ballad is sure to touch every listener’s heart with its wistful lyrics and pensive melody.

As a bonus, there will be two tracks without vocals for those aspiring singers who wish to learn the new songs of David.

“Hold Tight” is the only album one will ever need when it comes to matters of the heart: to love, to let go, to long, to hope.

His mall tour schedules are as follows: Today, SM Manila; July 14, album launch at Trinoma; July 15, SM San Fernando, Pampanga; July 16, SM North Edsa; July 17, SM Cebu; July 19, Megamall; July 20, SM Southmall; and July 21, SM Mall of Asia.

David Pomeranz’s “Hold Tight” is the premiere production of Becca Music Inc. and is distributed through MCA Universal.

Born in New York City and raised in Long Island, David showed signs of “things to come” by conducting his parents’ classical records and mimicking Frank Sinatra on the playroom table.

Filipinos have always loved David’s songs, the same way that David loves Filipinos. He believes in their talent, especially in music, that he’s always there to support them in any which way he can. In Los Angeles where he (and his wife and only child are now based), he would never turn down invitations to any Filipino function, that one would see him side by side Fil-Am groups and individuals in the affair. No wonder, he’s friend to Allan Pineda of the Black Eyed Peas, Martin Nievera, Lani Misalucha, among others who are based in the US. “Lani’s terrific,” he says during an interview at Red Box in Greenbelt, Makati. “I saw her a month ago in Las Vegas and she’s doing very well.”

Aside from the music, David sees the cultural affinity in his Jewish origin to the Filipino ways. “Like us, you are family-oriented,” he explains. “Very close-knit. Always a happy people.”

David is on his 20th trip to the Philippines and he’s looking forward to a thousand more, if time and chances permit. His warmth, more than his music, would always afford him open arms from Filipinos.
People's Journal

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