When the Music Museum turned 10 in 1998, a 10-band concert rocked the Car Park amid fireworks and celebration that lasted till dawn. Car park performers were: Introvoys, HYP, PG-13, Put3ska, Da Pulis, Razorback, POT, Color it Red, The Grove and Wolfgang. Meanwhile, the Apo Hiking Society, Nanette Inventor, Kuh Ledesma, Ogie Alcasid, Geneva Cruz, Randy Santiago, Lani Misalucha, Nina, Dessa and Leah Navarro performed on the Music Museum stage.



After the fire, the Music Museum started to build a new Memorabilia Collection. If you visit it now, you’ll find: Lea Salonga’s “Annie” costume, Erik Santos’ jacket which he wore for the opening number of his first concert, PowER IKons; Regine Velasquez’s fully embroidered top, designed for her by national artist Salvador Bernal in 1989 for the Asia Pacific Singing Contest in Hongkong; Kuh Ledesma’s Bayan Ko metal costume designed by her brother, Constantino Ledesma; what Pilita Corrales wore for her back-to-back show with Sammy Davis, Jr. at Caesar’s Palace in 1980; the famous rocking boots of rocker, Sampaguita; and more!
1. Apo Hiking Society Costumes. 2. Life-sized portrait of Jose Mari Chan. 3. Kuh Ledesma’s Costume designed by her brother Constantino Ledesma, worn for her show, “Bayan Ko” at Music Museum. 4. Lea Salonga’s “Annie” costume. 4. Regine Velasquez Costume. 5.Yoyoy Villame’s Ukelele. 6. The famous “rocking” boots of rocker, Sampaguita.
The Music Museum is a showcase of impressive showbiz memorabilia. The old Music Museum had on display radio sets from the 40s and 50s, antique gramophones, a well-loved saxophone, an old-fashioned accordion, Randy Santiago’s performance outfit, Pilita Corales’ lame concert gown, Gary V’s shiny trench coat, Bayani Casimiro’s tap shoes, Lisa Macuja’s ballet shoes, Nora Aunor’s awards, Kuh Ledesma’s trophies, ZsaZsa Padilla’s and Ric Segreto’s plaques, Lea Salonga’s “Annie” costume, rocker Sampaguita’s boots, the APO Hiking Society’s nationalistic costumes and the His and Hers jackets of the Concert King and Queen, Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez. It was a real music museum! Mannequins wearing the original costumes of (L-R): Randy Santiago, Pilita Corrales and Gary Valenciano 1. A collection of old radios displayed at the lobby. 2. A well-loved saxophone and an antique accordion. 3. A collection of Nora Aunor’s singing and acting awards/trophies. 4. Kuh Ledesma’s trophies, Zsa Zsa Padilla’s plaques and Ric Segreto’s trophy. 5. Microphone used by Martin Nievera in his TV series “Martin After Dark” (M.A.D). 6. Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez Concert Jackets.

Lani Misalucha, Side A, Jose Mari Chan, Sarah Geronimo, Agot Isidro, Keno, the Neocolors, Julie Ann San Jose, Glaiza De Castro, Loisa Andalio, Maja Salvador, Baihana, KZ Tandingan, Mateo Guidicelli and Michael Pangilinan, Enchong Dee all had their debut concerts and first big concerts at the Music Museum.

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