The issue has to be settled between two iconic singers whose different styles make for an interesting musical duel. Like wine, these two claimants to the singing throne have mellowed over the years since their first encounter in the Main Event at the Rizal Theater in Makati more than three decades ago.

The protagonists would like to settle the issue once and for all and have chosen a neutral venue for the epic battle of talents.

Nonoy Zuñiga – “The Hitmaker”

Nonoy Zuñiga – “The Hitmaker”

Nonoy Zuniga “the Hitmaker” will slug it out with Julius Obregon “The Master Balladeer”. The latter has different a different route but his style still carries that wallop worthy of the claim on the throne.  Zuniga, on the other hand, has added up more power in his vocal attacks by being active on the circuit.

The Main Event on July 31st at the 800-seating capacity Grand Ballroom of the Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel in Buena Park (7675 Crescent Avenue) will have all the trimmings and the hoopla expected of an event that will settle the score for the two gallant performers whose differing styles make for an unforgettable concert evening.

Julius Obregon – “The Master Balladeer”

Julius Obregon – “The Master Balladeer”

Both singers have awesome credentials: Zuniga has performed over a 20-year period in the best night spots, hotels and concert venues in the Philippines and Asian cities including the U.S. His credentials include hits like “Kumusta Ka”, “Doon Lang”, “Love Without Time” and “Never Say Goodbye”.

Obregon’s style had been influenced by singing greats like Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennet, Johnny Mathis and Matt Monroe and  is remembered for record hits that include “Song Lucky”, “The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me”, “Terminal”, and “How Can I Tell Her”. He is also now in Gospel Music and active evangelist and pastor.

The Main Event is going to be an unforgettable experience not seen before in the concert circuits according concert producer Obregon whose outfit is producing the two-hour musical extravaganza which will also feature multi-talented Joseph Gelito who will “referee” the much awaited encounter.  Supporting cards will also feature Tanya Varona and Casey Alexandria, an upcoming folk singer.

“It’s going to be a vehicle that will transport concert goers through different epoch of musical history” says Obregon.

Zuniga or Obregon?  Be the judge. Be there.

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