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Bo Cerrudo Marks 35th Anniversary as Entertainer with New Act

Renowned entertainer Bo Cerrudo recently celebrated his 35th anniversary in the industry with a new act at the Teatrino in Greenhills. Despite usually avoiding late-night outings, attendees were treated to an unforgettable performance by the seasoned artist.

Addressing him affectionately as “Bimbo,” his former stage name, longtime fans were amazed by how much Bo’s voice has evolved and matured over the years. The two-hour show, set in a man cave, featured classic hits from the 70s and 80s, captivating the audience and evoking a sense of nostalgia.

Bo’s deep vocals and remarkable breath control resonated with the timeless anthems, while also infusing elements of theatrics into his performance. The show also featured upcoming singer Jeri Violago, who joined Bo for a memorable duet.

The evening was not only a celebration of Bo’s unparalleled talent but also a recognition of his recent Aliw award for Best Concert Performance, as well as Jeri’s award for Best New Male Artist. The event was made possible with the support of Reena Redoblado, Bo’s “durable better half.”

Attendees left the show with a sense of fulfillment, having witnessed a quality performance from two exceptional artists.

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