Born: May 2
Jazz Pianist and International Recording Artist BOY KATINDIG, comes from a well-known clan of musicians who pioneered Latin jazz in Manila. His father is Philippines' jazz legend/pianist/arranger Romy Katindig. In 1978, Boy signed up with A&W Records International and recorded several albums under the Horizon label. Midnight Lady, his first album was awarded Best Instrumental Composition by the Himig Awards and Gold for the single which preceded it Don't Ask My Neighbor. The album was released in the U.S. by PAUSA. Aftermidnight followed and then Love Fusion, which Boy describes Horizon Record's signature jazz project, the album garnered awards for Best Jazz Instrumental & Best Performance in a Jazz Composition for Its Still September from the Cecil Music Awards Foundation...
AwardsAwit Awards Lifetime Achievement Award (Philippine Association of the Recording Industry) Double Platinum Record Award for "I'll Always Stay In Love This Way" (In My Inner Fantasies Album) 3-Time Best Jazz Group - The Boy Katindig Band (Aliw Awards Foundation) Best Vocal Composition for "Capture The Changes" (Aliw Awards Foundation) Best Jazz Instrumental and Best Performance in a Jazz Composition for "It's Still September" (Cecil Music Awards Foundation) Gold Record Award for "Don't Asky My Neighbor" (Midnight Lady Album) Best Instrumental Composition for "Midnight Lady" (Himig Awards)
Midnight LadyBV Haast Records
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