Atlanta, Nov 4, 2017 – In his third visit to Georgia, Jon Joven is falling in love with the Peach state’s greenery, its people, and Southern hospitality. Joven has made a name for himself in the Philippines where he had performed in concerts and top television shows.
Joven is in town to perform at several upcoming shows in metro Atlanta and neighboring states.
He started his endeavor in the entertainment world at the tender age of eleven years old. Joven was discovered by a television personality and producer while he was performing at a karaoke talent show.
Jon graduated high school at San Sebastian College in Manila in 1986. He was later a music scholar at the Wichita State University in Kansas City from 1986-1990.
When he was 19 years old, he won first place at an All-State Music Competition. He was the representative of Wichita, Kansas.
Jon was later introduced to the local famous entertainment producer Herman Moreno, who guided his rise in the show business in the Philippines.
He has since established a name for himself especially in concerts and theater performances in Asia, U.S. and Europe.
He has been a seasoned singer-theater actor, who was one of the key performers in the Broadway-produced Miss Saigon and performing regularly alongside Lea Solenga.
“I always enjoy my stay in Georgia and feels very welcome by the people here. I am exploring new opportunities in this state and the region including Canada and the Caribbean,” said Joven in a recent interview with Georgia Asian Times.
Joven recently made a special appearance at the screening of a Filipino film at the Atlanta Asian Film Festival. He sang a couple of songs including his recent release at the appearance in Lawrenceville.
For more information, visit Joven’s Facebook: http://facebook/jovenjon