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  • Seattle, WA. On February 14, Seattle’s Asian American Premier Pop Balladeer and Vancouver, BC’s Prince of the New OPM TIMMY PAVINO performs in a special Valen­tine concert, LOVE & MUSIC, at the prestigious Chandos Pattison Audi­torium in Surrey, British Columbia. After a successful well-attended concert & launching of his first OPM Album in Seattle, WA at the Benaroya Hall last October 12, 2013, the Pop Balladeer returns and embarks on his first major solo performance in Canada, Seattle’s neighboring country.

    LOVE & MU­SIC is a maiden production of Glis­ten Productions and will feature lo­cal guest performers from Canada like The Powerhouse Station Artists (JJ Cepeda & S.P.I.C.E.), The Praise Team, Rivera Sisters, Glisha de la Cruz and LaRiva Dance Group.

    Watch TIMMY PAVINO perform his music in different genre….  inspiring, exhilarating, gentle & romantic! “All I love to do is to inspire people through good mu­sic,” TIMMY simply expresses. In this show, he promises to give the best of the Original Pilipino Music (OPM) and the old standard songs of yesterday. To mention a few songs that will be featured are his most requested song, “Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan”, and his first OPM single “Pag Puede Na Ang Puso Mo” taken from his newly released album, TIMMY PAVINO….

    The OPM Album, now being dis­tributed by STAR Records and are available at several major music stores in the Philippines and The De Luxe Edition digitally at iTunes.
    For concert information and ticket reservation, call PAVISON at (206) 498-0572 or email at pavi­son.events@gmail. com See post­er for details on other ticket outlets in your area.

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