Patti Austin Live in Manila and in Cebu with Joe Pizzulo on August 9 & 10!

The lady who brought us, “In My Life”, “All Behind Us Now” and “Say You Love Me” to name some of her smash hits will come back to our country again. She has performed here so many time and yes she is still very excited to perform for the Filipino audiences.

What's different about this upcoming show is she will be having a fron act. Not just any front act but Joe Pizzulo who sang for popular Brazilian artis Sergio Mendes as lead singer in the 80's. “Never Gonna Let You Go” ring any bell? yeap, that's him. Here's another, what about “What Do We Mean To Each Other”, and “I’m Never Gonna Give You Up” ? Yes those are just some of his songs.

Patti Austin and Joe Pizzilo will be performing at the world class Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila on August 9 and at the Waterfront Hotel in idyllic Cebu City on August 10.

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About Patti Austin
Grammy winner Patti Austin crosses all musical genres, has made 17 solo albums, and has performed her award-nominated hit songs on the GRAMMYS® and the Oscars. As a performer, songwriter and vocalist, she has had a star-studded career that began at the age of four. And since then, she became one of the most beloved artists the world over and a mainstay on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts. Patti’s extraordinary career continues to cross over boundaries and reach new heights.

About Joe Pizzulo
Joe Pizzulo is best known as the lead singer for Sérgio Mendes in the 1980s. He has had numerous hit singles with Sergio Mendes such as “Never Gonna Let You Go”(from Mendes’ self-titled 1983 album). Pizzulo has had several singles and soundtrack appearances, but he is also a prominent background singer for many artists. 

Joe Pizzulo started his music career with a band called Roadshow in 1969 after attending Ursuline High School in Youngstown, Ohio. Later, he became a member of Brainchild. He eventually moved to California in 1974 and started a new band called White Licorice. His career quickly took off after recording “Never Gonna Let You Go” for Sérgio Mendes