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David Foster returning to Manila with Katharine McPhee, Brian McKnight

MANILA, Philippines — Award-winning music producer David Foster is coming back to Manila after including the Philippines in his "David Foster & Friends" Asia Tour.

Foster's Philippine return is set on June 18 at the Araneta Coliseum, but he won't be alone.

Accompanying Foster for the special night are his wife Katharine McPhee, Brian McKnight, All-4-One, as well as local artists JV Decena and Joaquin Garcia.

"American Idol" alumna McPhee is best known for her song "Terrified" with Zachary Levi, while McKnight has churned out R&B hits like "One Last Cry," "Back At One," and "6, 8, 12."

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R&B Group All-4-One won a Grammy for their second single "I Swear" and are expected to perform other hits such as "I Can Love You Like That" and "So Much in Love."

Foster, for his part, has won 16 Grammys from 47 nominations and has collaborated with a variety of global artists including Beyonce, Josh Groban, Kenny Rogers, Bryan Adams, Chicago, Diane Warren, and Jake Zyrus.

Tickets for the Philippine leg of the "David Foster & Friends" Asia Tour — an all-seated show — are now available on ranging from P900 (General Admission) to P15,000 (two SVIP sections in front of the stage):

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