Who wrote the song Let Me Be the One?

Who wrote the song Let Me Be the One?

Roger Nichols
Paul Williams
Let Me Be The One/Composers

Where is Jimmy Bondoc now?

Bondoc studied at the Ateneo de Manila University from elementary to college, with a degree in AB communications. As of 2017, he is currently studying law, at the San Beda.

What is the nationality of Jimmy Bondoc?

PhilippineJimmy Bondoc / Nationality

Did shadows ever sing?

Although these and most of their best-remembered hits were instrumentals, the group also recorded occasional vocal numbers, and hit the UK top ten with the group-sung “Don’t Make My Baby Blue” in 1965. Four other vocal songs by the Shadows also made the UK charts.

Who is Jarius Bondoc?

Jarius Bondoc is a multi-awarded journalist of 41 years. He writes two thrice-weekly columns, “Gotcha” for The Philippine Star and “Sapol” for Pilipino Star Ngayon. He also hosts a current affairs radio program, Sapol (Saturdays, 8-10 a.m.) on DWIZ 882-AM.

Who is the wife of Onemig Bondoc?

Valerie BariouOnemig Bondoc / Wife (m. 2009–2015)

What does Bondoc mean?

Tagalog: topographic name (alongside the variant Bundoc) from Tagalog bondoc ‘mountain’.

Who replaced Jet Harris?

Brian Locking
Obituary: Brian Locking, bass guitarist with the Shadows for 18 eventful months in the 1960s. Died: October 8, 2020. BRIAN ‘Licorice’ Locking was bass guitarist with the Shadows, the influential British instrumental rock group, for eighteen months, replacing founder member Jet Harris.

Are any of the original Shadows still alive?

Jet Harris, the original bass player with The Shadows, has died of cancer aged 71. The guitarist, who played on number one hits including Apache, died at his partner’s home in Winchester, his agent Peter Stockton said.

What happened to the original members of Exposé?

Personnel changes (1986) According to People magazine, two of the original singers quit while one of the girls was fired midway through the recording of the first album, but according to Billboard, all three were fired. Arista records felt the three original singers lacked star potential.