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Ryan Cayabyab, Lea Salonga, and More on FB Live Concert for Fundraising

'Bayanihan, Musikahan' aims to raise funds for COVID-19
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National Artist for Music Ryan Cayabyab has launched Bayanihan, Musikahan, a series of Facebook Live concerts to raise funds for those most affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The concert series will be aired on the respective Facebook pages of the artists.

Among the artists who will perform on Bayanihan, Musikahan are Lea Salonga, Martin Nievera, Jett Pangan, Celeste Legaspi, Robert Seña, Isay Alvarez, Raymond Lauchengco, Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo, Ebe Dancel, and many more.

First Episode of Bayanihan, Musikahan

Cayabyab opened the first episode of Bayanihan, Musikahan on March 18 with signature hits such as “Araw Gabi,” “Mamang Kutsero,” “Tuwing Umuulan,” and the theme song of popular children’s show Sineskwela.

"Alam naman natin na tayo, kayong nanonood ng FB live, we're all relaxed in our houses, our respective homes, or nakakanood kayo sa telepono niyo. Pero mas maraming tao, at alam niyo rin yun, na nangangailangan ng tulong," said Cayabyab on Facebook Live.

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(“We all know, you here watching FB live, we're all relaxed in our houses, our respective homes, or watching through your mobile phones. But more people are in need of help, and you know that, too.”)

More details about Bayanihan, Musikahan will be announced by Cayabyab as he goes live tonight, March 19. The official launch of the concert series will be on March 23.

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Watch the first episode of Bayanihan, Musikahan below.

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