After a year of absence in television, Enchong Dee is set to a big project this year – a concert. Since he was seven years old, he always wanted to have a concert of his own. Part of his dream is to perform on stage. Boy bands like Back Street Boys and NSync are his music influences and his biggest inspiration right now is live performing where he gets to see his audience’s real reaction on his performance. He named his concert, Deetour.
How did Enchong prepare for the concert?
The planning of the concert started two months ago. To avoid cramming, before he flew to Madrid, he did his part in this planning, like marketing and stage design, so he can leave the rest to his crew. So when he gets back, all he will do is to focus on the performance. “Kapag nagset kasi ako ng time management, gusto ko maganda yung flow. That’s the biggest preparation. Inayos ko lahat. Alam naman ng lahat na prinoduce ko rin yung show so it’s really hard for me kasi I’m not used in producing pero I am learning,” Enchong said.
(Once I set time management, I want the flow to be organized. That’s the biggest preparation, I arranged everything. you all know, too, that I co-produce the show so it is really hard for me because I am not used in producing but I am learning)
The concert would be more on dancing since it’s Enchong’s strength but he wants to show people that even he is not that as good as a singer, he can pull off a song. He also shared that what so unique about his concert is that you will see videos that is very personal to Enchong Dee.
What Enchong Dee cannot do?
Enchong admitted that he is not good in freestyle dancing. He needs to have a choreographer for him to dance. But he didn’t see that as a weakness, In fact, he is more challenge now to learn everything so he will be able to do it more easily in time. Aside from his upcoming concert, Enchong has an ongoing Wansapanatym miniseries titled “My KungFu Chinito” together with Richard Yap and Sofia Andres. There is also a hosting stint for him in Pinoy Big Brother.
Deetour will be on stage on July 3 and 10 at the Music Museum, 8pm.