"It Means The World To Me That You're Here": ANDY GRAMMER Shows So Much Love To Pinoy Fans During Concert!
Karen Jane Ng
"I freakin' love your country," American singer-songwriter Andy Grammer gushed over the Philippines upon starting his concert at the Music Museum last June 7!
The feeling's mutual for Pinoy fans, obviously, especially after he delivered a total package of performances we've never seen before - singing, beatboxing, playing the guitar, keyboard and saxophone, spoken poetry, and a little bit of dancing! He also threw in some covers of songs by Alessia Cara, Drake, Demi Lovato, The Chainsmokers, and Snow Patrol. And of course, the show wouldn't be complete without his hits like "Fresh Eyes"!
The crowd fell deeper in love with the versatile performer when he revealed he's been studying Tagalog to get closer with his Filipino fans. "Mahal ko kayo," he successfully attempted. "I had these words that I learned but I totally forgot all of them."
Concluding his set with what he called his most personal song "The Good Parts", Andy thanked fans for making it to the show. "Salamat," he said. "I wish that I can have a long hour of coffee with every single person in this room and get to know you. Again, thank you so much for coming. It means the world to me that you're here."
"If you're gonna keep coming back, I'll keep coming back," he promised. See what went down during Andy's Manila concert below - it's so beautiful, swear, it'll make you watch him once he returns: