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MOR bids farewell to loyal audiences

ABS-CBN’s MOR 101.9 For Life! in Manila bids goodbye to its online listeners on a high note as it holds a virtual farewell special dubbed Salamat, For Life! streaming live today on MOR website, Facebook and Kumu.

Radio station MOR 101.9 For Life's entire gang banded together for a special farewell show featuring the industries biggest musical acts.
The thanksgiving party marks the last day of MOR operations almost two months after ABS-CBN’s broadcast franchise was denied and almost four months after the station went off the air.

Salamat, For Life! brings back the greatest Pinoy hits from the past decades with musical performances from OPM hitmakers Erik Santos, Jed Madela, Moira dela Torre, and Yeng Constantino and OPM icons Gary Valenciano, Ogie Alcasid, and Regine Velasquez.

Pinoy bands 6Cyclemind, Banda Ni Kleggy, Better Days, Gracenote, Imago, Itchyworms, Moonstar88, Sandwich, The Vowels They Orbit, and Trinidad with Mig Ayesa and Arnel Pineda are also rendering rocking performances as the beloved radio station takes its audiences back to MOR’s yesteryears filled with music, fun, and laughter.

The online shindig is hosted by retired MOR DJ’s Chinapaps and Bob Zilla. They are joined by other DJs namely Maki Rena, Onse, Eva Ronda, Nicki Morena, Jhai Ho, Popoy, Chacha, Ana Ramsey, Bea, Kisses, Toni, Joco Loco, Biboy Bwenas, Chico Martin, and Reggie V. Also taking part in the event is MOR station head Mars Ocampo.

Salamat, For Life! farewell special streams tonight at 6:00.

Topics: MOR 101.9 , ABS-CBN , Facebook , Kumu , virtual farewell , Salamat , For Life , Mars Ocampo
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