Bryan Termulo Believes He Is In A Better Place Now

MANILA, Philippines - When asked to assess his current showbiz career, singer and actor Bryan Termulo said that his happiness with ABS-CBN is unexplainable.

Bryan said that since leaving the Kapuso Network for the Kapamilya Network three years ago, he has experienced much progress in his career.

"Kung sa progress lang, sobrang napakalaki ng progress ko when it comes to popularity, hits ng songs ko, talent ko po, sobrang thankful ako kasi talagang nakita ko yung progress ko simula ng pumasok ako sa ABS-CBN. Sobrang laki ng pagbabago kaya lagi akong thankful," he shared.

Bryan actually tried to be a Kapamilya via "Star Circle Quest Batch 2" but failed to get in. He then auditioned for the 3rd Season of "Pinoy Pop Superstar" where he eventually ended as runner-up.

Fate intervened when ABS-CBN asked Bryan if they can use his song "Bihag" for the show "100 Days." He then sang Regine Velasquez's' "Dadalhin" for the series "Walang Hanggan" which again became a hit and made him even more famous. Being part of the "Walang Hanggan" OST with the likes of Gary V and Martin Nievera made him feel that he has already earned the respect and recognition he has been waiting for in the past couple of years.

"Dati pangarap ko lang maging isang Star Magic talent, tapos nangyari yun at ngayon may title pa ako. Masaya at overwhelmed ako. Siguro naniwala po sila sa akin, sa talent ko, na kaya ko pong i-prove sa kanila na kaya ko pong pakiligin yung mga tao gabi-gabi araw-araw sa mga teleserye," shared Bryan aka Prince of Teleserye Theme Songs.

ABS-CBN also gave Bryan the opportunity to act on a number of teleseryes and even on the prestigious drama anthology of the network, "Maalaala Mo Kaya." In the coming months, Bryan will be seen in the teleserye titled "Against All Odds" with Judy Ann Santos.

Another career milestone and something that has been exciting Bryan for a couple of months now is his nearing birthday (he turns 26 on March 8) concert to be held on Marc 9, 2013 at the Music Museum titled "Bryan Termulo XXV" where he will also showcase other facets of his talents. To do this, he will step out of his "comfort zone" and venture into doing more fast songs and even dance numbers.

"Party-party po ang theme ng concert ko, hindi po typical concert ng isang balladeer. Ibang Bryan talaga ang makikita nila so kailangang paghandaan. Pag-uwi ng mga audience, masasabi nila na si Bryan nagawa niya yun and they will really enjoy the show," said Bryan who will still songs from his second album "Bryan Hanggang Ngayon" under BWB Records & Music Production Inc. and distributed by Star Records.

Bryan will have as guest performers, Liezel Garcia, Bugoy Drilon, KZ Tandingan and Melai Cantiveros. And if wishes come true on birthdays, his dream guest performer is no other than Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez.


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