Turning 28 Years in Public Service, Daniel Razon Celebrates with “Story of my Life” Benefit Concert
Kuya Daniel Razon has done at least five public musical performances geared for philanthropic advocacies – free clinics, free rides, free private education, among many others. With more and more people lining up every day for social, health care, and educational assistance, he knows well that his music can give more than just entertainment.
So for his 28th year celebration of continued service to people, Mr. Public Service returns on stage for a night of entertainment and charity. Dubbed “Story of my Life,” the concert is inspired by the broadcast journalist’s own life story reflected through his originally-composed song of the same title. The event night concurrent to the “Story of my Life” album launch is set on November 28, 2011, 7pm at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines.
Both the concert and album launch will help finance the daily charity works that Mr. Razon had conceptualized and launched on UNTV.
“What we always have in mind is what we can do to help our fellowmen. The continued projects and charity works that we carry out, those are what we always want to continue,” Razon told reporters during the initial production of the concert’s carrier album. [Read more at Danielrazon.com]