Bamboo Manalac Biography
Bamboo Manalac was born on March 21, 1976, and from Belardo Mañalac. Bamboo Manalac, born Francisco Gaudencio Lope Belardo Mañalac, is a Filipino-American musician and singer-songwriter. He is also one of the judges in the popular singing reality show; The Voice: Philippines.
Bamboo Manalac Age
He is 44 years old.
Bamboo Manalac Married Wife, Kids
Bamboo Manalac married and has a child but no further detail about his wife and kids are available and may b updated soon
Bamboo Manalac Early Life
Mañalac was born in Quezon City, Philippines to Filipino parents. His family immigrated to San Francisco, California when he was 10 years old and spent the rest of his childhood there. He was named after a combination of his grandfathers’ names and coincidentally after his home city. His mother gave him the nickname “Bamboo” when he was still a kid.
Bamboo Manalac Career
He started his career as a vocalist and original frontman of Rivermaya and later fronted his band, Bamboo. In 2011, the Bamboo band disbanded and he pursued a solo career and released his first solo album, No Water, No Moon.
In November 2011, Mañalac released his debut album, No Water, No Moon, under the label of PolyEast Records and this The album consists 12 tracks with “Questions” as its carrier single. The album reached gold record in February 2013 after selling more than 7,500 copies.
Later, In January 2012, Mañalac joined ASAP as a mainstay cast and a performer in the show. On February 14, 2013, ABS-CBN aired a promotional plug during the airtime of the pre-primetime television drama Kahit Konting Pagtingin, confirming Bamboo Mañalac’s stint in The Voice of the Philippines as coach and judge.
Bamboo, alongside Sarah Geronimo, and Lea Salonga returned as coaches for The Voice Kids Philippines from 2014 to present and In October 2015, four years after the release of his first album, Bamboo released his second solo album entitled Bless this Mess. The 10-track album was recorded in Grand Street Recording Studio, Brooklyn, New York.
Earlier, In 2012, Bamboo signed with ABS-CBN, the biggest broadcasting network in the Philippines, as a mainstay and one of the featured performers on the Sunday noontime show ASAP. Bamboo is currently working on his next album release this 2019 and continues to tour in the Philippines and out of the country. According to his Website.
Bamboo Manalac Death News, Accident Report
Meanwhile, people are talking about the Bamboo, as some sites are reporting that he is dead. All his fans and admirers got concerned after a random website posted about Bamboo’s death
One of the Twitter user named Enrique Mallari tweeted that “It’s hard to accept that one of the best vocalist or one of the most singer in the industry of OPM is now dead paalam.” and added “Bamboo Mañalac! R.I.P.” Currently, his death news is slowly spreading all across the Internet.
It’s hard to accept that one of the best vocalist or one of the most singer in the industry of OPM is now dead paalam.
Bamboo Mañalac! R.I.P
— Enrique Mallari (@EnriqueAbuel) September 27, 2019
The site headlined its article ‘BAMBOO MANALAC dies after being hit by a car crash in Quezon.’ Along with the headline they have attached a video that can only be viewed once you share it!
It clearly appears to be fake and they are doing it just to get views and shares on their website. Such in-humanitarian things are being practiced this day so often and it’s a shame.
Creating hoax about a living person’s death is ugly let alone the fact that they do it just for views.
For all of Bamboo’s fans, we request you not to share the video and not to increase the view of that site; as it only motivates them to do such things in the future as well.
We couldn’t reach out to Bamboo at the moment, however, can confirm that he hasn’t been in any accidents.
— aileen salacup (@iloveyhum27) September 27, 2019
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