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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Mar 22, 2012

New Singer Cathy Go Not The Cause Of Aiza And Chen'S Breakup

CATHY GO is the youngest of three kids. She’s taking up masscomm but has stopped going to school temporarily to focus on her singing career. Born on July 18, 1992, she just broke up with her boyfriend now that she got busy.

She has her own loyal crowd of followers that fills up Chicboy at Timog Ave. where she sings regularly on Mondays and Saturday. They’ve cooked up a cute banners slogan for her: Where Did Cathy Go?

She’s been singing since she was 9. In her album produced by Mike Villegas, she has four compositions of her own. “Most of the songs are love songs,” she says. “You can surely find the right love song that is best for you in it.”

Her voice is so versatile she can do mean interpretations of the songs of Adele, Alanis Morisette, Katy Perry and even Lady Gaga. The carrier single of her album is “Ayaw Na Kung Ayaw”, composed by Mike Villegas and now getting good airplay in various FM stations nationwide. The other original songs in her album are “Atin Lang Ito”, “Hanggang Ngayon”, “Bangungot”, “Ngayong Gabi”, “Start Kissing”, “Let Me Put My Arms Around You”, “Cupid”, “Sana Bumalik”, “Alon”, “The Circle” and the title track “Find My Way to You”.