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David Pomeranz new album to fans

By Isah V. Red | Feb. 14, 2013 at 06:01pm
 International singer-songwriter David Pomeranz gives in to his Filipino fans with the release of his album You’re The Inspiration under MediaNation music. The album includes David’s rendition of some of the most loved romantic tunes of all time.

“Filipinos love for romantic songs is amazing. This has been my inspiration when I was working on this album,” says David. “This album is for all the romantics out there.”

You’re The Inspiration includes David’s covers of Chicago’s “You’re The Inspiration,” Rod Stewart’s “Have I Told You Lately,” Survivor’s “The Search Is Over,” Toto’s “I’ll Be Over You,” Kenny Rankin’s “What Matters Most,” Starship’s “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us,” among others.

The title track and single “You’re The Inspiration” boasts of having a romantic music video ala Runaway Bride featuring two talents from Kanta Pilipinas, Thara Jordana and Isaiah Antonio. The video is directed by Jeffrey Dy-Tan and shot in romantic Sandari-Batulao in Nasugbu, Batangas.

The past weeks, David has been guesting in top-rating shows like Walang Tulugan, Sarah G Live, MYXLive, Showtime, Umagang Kay Ganda and Bandila to promote the album.

David adds, “I hope everyone can get a copy of this special album.”

David Pomeranz is being managed by MediaNation in the Philippines. For inquiries, call (02) 234-2117, or email info@medianationinc.com.
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