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David Pomeranz serenades Melbourne fans

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Drawn to the Philippines like a magnet, American singer-songwriter David Pomeranz is very vocal about his love for the Filipinos. He keeps going back to the city feeling the warmth and love of his Manila fans. In Melbourne, the Filipino-Australians showed the same admiration. Mostly well-versed with his songs’ lyrics, his audience including Australians chimed in and sang along with David, let alone mesmerised and fell in love just watching him on stage.

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