American singer-songwriter Andy Grammer stages his first show in Manila.
Staging his first-ever show in Manila, American singer-songwriter Andy Grammer brought down the house as he delivered an hour-long concert for his Pinoy fans.
Singing his hits such as "Fresh Eyes" and "Honey, I'm Good," Andy Grammer was in awe of the warm reception that he received from his fans throughout his stay in Manila.
"I freakin' love your country. Mahal ko kayo," he said right after he finished singing his opening number.
Apart from performing his original songs, Grammer also did a few covers of today's best hits including Zedd and Alessia Cara's "Stay," The Chainsmokers' "Don't Let Me Down," and Demi Lovato's "Sorry Not Sorry."
Before the show started, Warner Music Philippines gave him a Gold Record Award for his Filipino fan favorite track "Fresh Eyes."
"This country and these people have fully won me over and I freaking love it here. Everywhere I turn is someone smiling and singing a tune under their breath. There is a musical spirit here that is truly amazing," he wrote in the caption of the photo of himself holding his Gold Record plaque.
"It's still a ‘pinch myself’ moment any time I get plaques like this but it’s extra special for it to be coming from a country so far from home. To all my new friends in the Philippines ‘Mahal co kiyo’ (sic) let’s do it again," he added.