Visiting guests were often treated to a song or two from the young Noel, who tried to run away from performing.
Noel has had a long journey from being the shy boy who used to run from the audience, to the performer who never fails to awe and mesmerise his audience with his soulful voice and heartfelt music.
With almost 20 years of being a performer, and an untold number of years as a lover of music, Noel is still doing what he does best – writing music, and singing about the things that matter most to him.
Another star You fade away Afraid our rain is out of sight Wanna see us Alright Where are you now ?
Another dream The monster's running wild inside of me I'm faded I'm faded So lost, I'm faded I'm faded So lost, I'm faded These shallow waters never met What I needed I'm letting go A deeper dive Eternal silence of the sea I'm breathing Alive Where are you now ? Under bright But faded lights You set my heart on fire Where are you now ?
Buklod was more than just a music group, with their albums oriented toward social, political, and cultural issues.
The group came out with three albums -- "Bukid at Buhay," "Tatsulok," and "Sa Kandungan ng Kalikasan,” – each album espousing the advocacies of the group from the plight of the peasant farmers, to the protection of human rights, and to the conservation of the environment.
Years from now there is no doubt that Noel will still be doing these, and doing them well. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
In 2001, Philippine female singer Aiza released Pagdating Ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).
Later in his teens, he pursued a career in music spawning his major hit single, Pagdating ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).
Initially coming out as a lesbian in 2007, Seguerra now identifies himself as a transgender man.
Aiza is a spelling variation on Arista, or in Basque, Aritza.