The Info List - Sheryn Regis

Sheryn Mae Poncardas Regis (/rɛˈhiːz/ reh-HEEZ; born November 26, 1982) better known simply as Sheryn Regis, is a Filipino pop singer-songwriter, host, entrepreneur and occasional actress. She rose to fame during the first season of the singing competition Star in a Million where she placed runner-up to Erik Santos
Erik Santos
in 2003. Regis became known for singing theme songs from TV series on ABS-CBN including Marina, Krystala, Kampanerang Kuba, Gulong ng Palad, Maria Flordeluna, and Prinsesa ng Banyera. She has released four studio albums under Star Records
Star Records
and was a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic roster of artists.


1 Early life 2 Early career and Star in a Million 3 After Star in a Million 4 Albums

4.1 Come In Out of the Rain 4.2 What I Do Best 4.3 The Modern Jukebox Collection 4.4 Starting Over Again

5 Media appearances 6 Live Performances 7 Artistry 8 Media Soundtracks/Theme Songs 9 Albums' sales

9.1 Studio albums 9.2 Collaborations albums

10 Awards and nominations 11 References 12 See also 13 External links

Early life[edit] Sheryn was born in Carcar
City, Cebu, to Bernardo and Daisy Regis. She is the eldest of three children, with brothers Elton and Joseph. Sheryn's mother guided her in singing, and at the age of two, she was able to hum and sing simple tunes. Her first and favorite contest piece was Kuh Ledesma’s Dito Ba? which she learned at age 5. At seven, Regis started joining amateur singing contests. Her winnings were used to buy tapes of Shirley Bassey’s cassette tapes for her next contest piece. And at the age of eight, Regis won her first grand prize by singing Tillie Moreno’s Saan Ako Nagkamali. Aside from singing in contests, Sheryn earned income by offering voice lessons to children while in high school. She finished her B.S. Secondary Education degree with a major in English at Cebu
Normal University. It was during her college years that she was exposed to theater acting and chorale singing which eventually gave her the chance to travel and perform for Filipino communities in Canada and in the USA. Veteran actors Leo Martinez and Gina Alajar served as her workshop mentors. In 1999, she was awarded "Best Interpreter" at the Cebu
Metro Pop Music Festival (a songwriting festival), when she sang Among Gabayan, a Cebuano tribute song to Cebu's patron Sto. Niño written by Fr. Jed Ponce Billones. Their entry was also hailed as the Grand Prize winner.[1] Sheryn worked as a lounge singer at the Cebu
Plaza Hotel where she met Earl Echiverri (cousin of Caloocan City
Caloocan City
mayor Enrico Echiverri). They married in 2002 and had their first child Lourdes the following year.[2][3][4] Early career and Star in a Million[edit] Regis first appeared in television running noontime show Eat Bulaga's Sing-Eat in 2002 where she became a grand finalist. In 2003, Regis secured a place as grand finalist in ABS-CBN’s reality singing competition Star in a Million after advancing from the elimination rounds with Teresa Garcia. Dubbed as the Power Belter, Regis was a judge favorite and placed consistently in the top performances every week, eventually reaching the Grand Champion Night on January 3, 2004 with Marinel Santos and Erik Santos. Regis won the Texter’s Choice Award but placed only as a runner-up after singing Wendy Moten's Come In Out Of The Rain. Disheartened by not winning the 1-million peso and house and lot prizes, Regis returned to Cebu thinking she would have to start over again, but was instead offered a recording contract with Star Records
Star Records
and released a recording of Come In Out Of The Rain, which became an instant hit and Regis' signature song.[5]

Episode Song Artist Score Rank/Status

GRAND FINALS "Come In Out of the Rain" Wendy Moten 9.50 1st Runner-up

Top 4 "Let's Get Loud" Jennifer Lopez 9.60 1st Place

Top 4 "Run To You" Whitney Houston 9.73 1st Place

Top 5 "It's Christmas (All Over The World)" Sheena Easton 9.50 1st Place

Top 6 "Go the Distance" Michael Bolton 9.60 1st Place

Top 7 "I Have Nothing" Whitney Houston 9.60 1st Place

Top 8 "On The Wings Of Love" Jeffrey Osborne 9.33 1st Place

Top 9 "Bituing Walang Ningning" Sharon Cuneta 9.00 1st Place

Top 10 "Through the Fire" Chaka Khan 9.43 1st Place

After Star in a Million[edit] In 2004, Regis was chosen by popular songwriter Vehnee Saturno to represent the Philippines
in Voice of Asia
Voice of Asia
in Kazakhstan
where she sang "Isang Lahi", "Sana'y 'Di Pangarap", "Now More Than Ever" and Saturno's original song "Follow your Dreams". She became the third Filipino to win the 2 Prize Silver Trophy after Jed Madela
Jed Madela
and Arnee Hidalgo. Upon returning, Regis was given a title, Crystal Voice of Asia by the local media, a common tradition among Filipino singers. She was cast in noontime show Masayang Tanghali Bayan/MTB Ang Saya Saya and M.R.S. (Most Requested Show). She had her first concert, "Higher Note," at the Music Museum, followed by several concerts in the Philippines
and abroad. She has also performed together with fellow singers Sarah Geronimo, Erik Santos, Rachelle Ann Go, Frenchie Dy, Jerome Sala, Mark Bautista, and Christian Bautista, and has garnered fame in The Philippines, and internationally, as part of the group dubbed "The Champions." Sheryn and her husband Earl Echiverri migrated to the United States with their child in 2010 and settled in Houston, Texas.[4] Albums[edit] Come In Out of the Rain[edit] Even before its album's release, Come In Out of the Rain became a radio hit in the Philippines. It stayed for 12 consecutive weeks as number one on Myx
OPM Countdown. Regis also released other singles like Maybe and Kailan Kaya, written by Raul Mitra and Cacai Velasquez which served as theme song of ABS-CBN's fantaserye Marina. On May 2004, Regis officially launched her debut album under Star Records entitled Come In Out of the Rain, produced by Jonathan Manahan. The album included her previous pieces Follow Your Dream and Among Gabayan. What I Do Best[edit] Regis was awarded by the 21st Year-Ender Excellence Awards as Top Entertainer International Achievement Awardee and Best Female Performer in Asia Pacific and highly nominated in the 18th Awit Awards. She was also nominated in four other categories for her debut album, Best Inspirational Song ("Follow Your Dream"), Best Regional Recording ("Among Gabayan"), Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play ("Kailan Kaya") and Best Concert Performer in an Intimate Venue Female. In July 2005, Sheryn launched her second album, "Sheryn Regis, What I Do Best." She also sang Sabihin Mo Sa Akin, the theme from ABS-CBN’s fantaserye, Kampanerang Kuba. After the success of her carrier single, she launched her second single by late 2005, Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka. It was chosen as the 'love theme song' of ABS-CBN's television series, Gulong ng Palad. Aside from this, her love song, Sa Piling Mo was aired as a wedding song on the same show. By April 2006, she released the last single from her second album, Dahil Nagmamahal and was chosen as a theme song of Bernadette Sembrano's Nagmamahal, Kapamilya. Two songs from this album received recognition. The carrier single, What I do Best, won as Best Song Performed by a Female Artist given by iFM Pinoy Music Awards. Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka, which is actually the most popular song from this album received a prestigious award. It was named by S Magazine as song of the year. At that time, she was dubbed the Crystal Voice of Asia, a title contested by the camp of another Filipino singer Mari Nallos, who held the title much earlier when she was under contract with Star Records. What I do Best received Gold Record Award by PARI. The Modern Jukebox Collection[edit] On October 2006, Sheryn began recording for her third album under Star Records. The album was set to release on November 20, 2006. Her first single off the album was a cover of a Leah Navarro original, Ang Pag-Ibig Kong Ito. Sheryn's remake of Joey Albert's I Remember the Boy was chosen as Jasmine's Theme Song for ABS-CBN's teleserye featuring Kim Chiu
Kim Chiu
and Gerald Anderson, Sana Maulit Muli. She also sang the theme song of the teleserye, Maria Flordeluna. She also revived the popular Kuh Ledesma hit Dito Ba from the Hit Afternoon Drama Prinsesa ng Banyera
Prinsesa ng Banyera
which served as the theme song. She later launched her second official single from the album, a song penned by Ricky Sanchez, Ang Lahat Para Sa 'Yo, while her self-composition, Pusong Lito, enjoyed frequent airplay in provincial radio stations and was able to reach the Number 1 spot in the MOR Top Hits of MOR Cebu
97.1 Lupig Sila. It was chosen as the theme song of ABS-CBN
Cebu's cebuanovela Summer Sunshine. Early 2008, Sheryn released her third and final single from the album, Sayang na Sayang, a cover of the Manilyn Reynes original. By end of February, the music video for the single was shot with her Love Spell costar and Be Bench finalist, John James Uy, as the leading man. Starting Over Again[edit] During the release of her third single from her jukebox album, Sheryn started hinting the public of an upcoming fourth album with a tentative June release. It was also during the planning stages of her fourth album that Sheryn became part of Star Magic, the talent management arm of her mother station, ABS-CBN. The album, aptly titled Starting Over Again, released its first single bearing the same title, which is based on the Natalie Cole
Natalie Cole
version (the song was originally sung by Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick
with different lyrics), during the final week of May. The album contains seven revivals and three originals. Sheryn, along with her husband, penned an English original, My Heart Beats for You. Anabelle Regalado, managing director of Star Records, also contributed a Tagalog original, Sana Nandito Ka. Vehnee Saturno, who is also one of the composers on the album with his song Patunayan Mo, was also its producer. This is the first time that one of Sheryn's albums was produced by somebody other than producer Jonathan Manalo. The carrier of her fourth album was chosen as an official theme song of ABS-CBN's Koreanovela, Three Dads with One Mommy. Media appearances[edit] Sheryn has the become part of different variety shows, Most Requested Show and ASAP.[6] Sheryn hosted the now-defunct Search for the Star in a Million Season 2 with fellow champs Erik, Rachelle Ann, and Mark. She is also the host of Little Big Star Cebu, which was reportedly ranked as the fourth top-rating show in ABS-CBN's Nationwide Charts.[7] In October 2007, Sheryn was given her first major dual acting role as a fairy godmother and an evil witch who are twin sisters in Love Spell's Cindyrella, starring Kim Chiu
Kim Chiu
and Gerald Anderson. Sheryn expressed her excitement as she is given the opportunity to dabble into acting and use her past experience in theater. The series ran through early January 2008.[8] Early 2008, Sheryn Regis
Sheryn Regis
was chosen to be part of the cast of Utoy with Dolphy and Makisig Morales as main stars.[9] However, the teleserye was not aired due to unknown reason. On June of the same year, she was reported to be part of the final cast of I Love Betty La Fea, ABS-CBN's remake of Betty La Fea, which stars Bea Alonzo on the lead role. Sheryn played the role of Kylie in the series.[10] When Sheryn came back in the Philippines
in January 2013,[11] she appeared in Bandila under the segment Ikaw Na! of Boy Abunda. Further, she became a consistent guest singer in the TV5 show, Wowowillie. It was also in 2013 when Sheryn released a digital single entitled "Sinungaling Mong Puso" which was composed by Mr. Vehnee Saturno. In January 2014, she again visited the Philippines. Sheryn was invited as guest to several TV shows like Sunday All Stars,[12] Unang Hirit[13] and Banana Nite[14] and as a guest judge in It's Showtime.[15] In her interview in Umagang Kay Ganda, she mentioned that she will only stay up to May. Live Performances[edit] In November 2004, Sheryn became part of Viva Concerts' Pinoy Idols: Battle of the Popstars which was held at the Araneta Coliseum. Along with her was Raymond Manalo, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, Rachelle Ann Go, Frenchie Dy and Sarah Geronimo. In her solo performance, she performed a medley of her hits, Kailan Kaya, Maybe and Come on in ouf of the Rain. It was said that the concert was sold out.[16] In May 2008, she was part of Erik Santos' US Tour. John Prats, Liza Manalo, Denise Laurel, and Pooh were also guests in the concert.[17] Sheryn as well as Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2 winner Laarni Lozada became part of Ronnie Liang's concert, My Ballad, My Music where it was reported that Ronnie's talent fee will proceed to the Aeta
people in Angeles, Pampanga. It was held November 2009 the Metro Bar.[18] Sheryn was also invited as a guest performer in Rachelle Ann Go's send-off concert in February 2014. Rachelle together with Sheryn and Jimmy Marquez sang Lady Marmalade.[19] Other guests include Mark Bautista, Christian Bautista, Erik Santos
Erik Santos
and Regine Velasquez. In celebration of Solaire Resort & Casino's first anniversary, A Celebration with the Champions was held in March 2014. Sheryn was part of the concert together with Mark Bautista, fellow Star in a Million contestants Erik Santos
Erik Santos
and Christian Bautista, The Voice of the Philippines
finalists Morissette Amon
Morissette Amon
and Klarisse de Guzman, and finally American Idol (Season 11)
American Idol (Season 11)
finalists Jessica Sanchez
Jessica Sanchez
and Hollie Cavanagh.[20] Sheryn sang a medley of her hits during her solo performance. Moreover, she was part of a trio performance along with Klarisse and Morissette. On April 2014, she had a concert in Al Nasr Leisureland, Dubai with the Star Power grand champion, Angeline Quinto.[21] The concert is named as "A Night with the Ultimate Divas" which was produced by Prolife Events: Concert Producers & Promoters and was presented by Power Horse Energy Drink. In celebration of Mother's Day, Sheryn as well as Jon "Prince of Broadway" Joven had a concert entitled "A Mother's Day to Remember: Concert of World Class Performers" at the Pacific Star Resort & Spa, May 9, 2014.[22] In June 2014, PLDT US Mobility sponsored a concert for Filipinos in California entitled Freedom Concert Tour as part of the 116th Philippine Independence Day. Part of the concert was Sheryn as well as other Filipino artists and celebrities namely Marian Rivera, Ogie Alcasid, Regine Velasquez, Alden Richards, Jonalyn Viray, Sheryn Regis, Allan K, Giselle Sanchez and Jannelle So.[23] Part of the proceeds were donated for the relief and rehabilitation efforts of the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation. Artistry[edit] Music and Voice Sheryn's music is generally pop and ballad and sings more songs mostly about love and heartbreak with low to high notes. She also sing RnB, Pop rock/Rock, Acoustic, Adult Contemporary/soul. Sheryn's voice is premier versatile where she can shift into high to low notes and can sing all genres. Her voice is classified as lyric/dramatic coloratura soprano. Her voice somewhat similar to foreign divas like Mariah Carey, Celine Dion
Celine Dion
or Whitney Houston. Influence Sheryn has cited Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston
as her major influence and she grew up singing Houston
Hits. She also cited Regine Velasquez
Regine Velasquez
and Lea Salonga as her musical influence in the Philippines. Some of her musical influence are Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, Beyoncé, Kuh Ledesma, Lani Misalucha, and Jaya. Philanthropy and other venture Sheryn launched The Little Voice Foundation during Sheryn's birthday concert on November 26, 2005, at the SM Megamall Cinema 10. It aims is to provide education to poor children between 5-12.She also engaged in clothing line business which located in different malls in the Philippines. Some of earnings were put on her business. Media Soundtracks/Theme Songs[edit] Sheryn is also prominently known for singing a lot of themesongs for ABS-CBN

Now that I Have You- Now that I Have You Theme Song (with Erik Santos) Silver Swan- Silver Swan (Commercial) Theme Song Sabay Tayo Pilipinas- ID of ABS-CBN’s Regional Division Star Circle Quest- Star Circle Quest Theme Song (with Marinel Santos) Nginiiig!- Nginiiig! Theme Song (with Gloc 9) Kailan Kaya- Marina
Theme Song Among Gabayan- Sinulog Festival Sabihin Mo Sa Akin- Kampanerang Kuba Theme Song Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka- Gulong ng Palad
Gulong ng Palad
Love Theme Song Sa Piling Mo- Gulong ng Palad
Gulong ng Palad
Wedding Theme Song Dahil Nagmamahal- Nagmamahal, Kapamilya Theme Song Ang Pag-ibig Kong Ito- Your Song Zanjoe Marudo and Nikki Gil later Temptation of Wife Theme Song I Remember The Boy- Sana Maulit Muli
Sana Maulit Muli
Jasmine Theme Song Maria Flordeluna- Maria Flordeluna
Maria Flordeluna
Theme Song Krystala- Krystala
Theme Song Shoo Bee Doo Wop- Krystala
Love Theme Song Pusong Lito- Summer Sunshine Theme Song Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw- Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik Soundtrack Dito Ba- Prinsesa ng Banyera
Prinsesa ng Banyera
Theme Song Ang Lahat Para Sa ‘Yo- El Cuerpo del Deseo Sayang Na Sayang- Your Song Matt Evans and Melissa Ricks Theme Song Starting Over Again- Three Dads with One Mommy Theme Song Always- Nasaan Ka Maruja? Soundtrack Eden Cheese Jingle- Eden Cheese

Albums' sales[edit] Studio albums[edit]

Album Detail Songs

Come In Out of the Rain May 2004 Star Records Platinum Award (70,000 copies sold)

Come In Out of the Rain Sana'y Ingatan Mo We Could Be in Love Kailan Kaya Sana’y Di Pangarap Maybe Now More Than Ever Shoobee Doo Wop Follow Your Dream Among Gabayan

What I Do Best July 2005 Star Records Gold Award (35,000 copies sold)

What I Do Best Sa Piling Mo I Don’t Want You to Go Now That I Have You Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka Sabihin Mo Sa Akin When You Tell Me That You Love Me Dahil Nagmamahal If Ever I See You Again (Try It) On My Own

The Modern Jukebox Collection November 2006 Star Records (15,000 copies sold)

Ang Pag-ibig Kong Ito Alam Mo Ba? Sayang na Sayang Bago Magbukas After All Bakit Iniwan Mo Ang Lahat Para Sa'yo 'Di Na Ba Babalik Pa? I Remember the Boy Pusong Lito Bonus Track: Maria Flordeluna

Minus One:

Ang Pag-ibig Kong Ito Alam Mo Ba? After All I Remember the Boy Pusong Lito Sayang na Sayang

Starting Over Again May 2008 Star Records (15,000 copies sold)

If I'm Not in Love Where Do Broken Hearts Go Always Starting Over Again Save the Best for Last For Your Eyes Only Patunayan Mo It Must Have Been Love Sana Nandito Ka My Heart Beats for You

Collaborations albums[edit]

Title Artist/s Sales Status

Star in a Million (Compilation) Star in a Million Finalists 3xPlatinum (100,000 Copies)

Now That I Have You (OST) Various Artists Gold (15,000 Copies)

(OST) Various Artists

Nagmamahal Kapamilya (Compilation) Various Artists 6xPlatimun (200,000 Copies)

Hotsilog: Hotdog Song's (Compilation) ASAP Artists 2xPlatimun (60,000 Copies)

Maging Sino Ka Man (Compilation) Various Artists

Gary V 25 (Compilation) Various Artists Gold (15,000 Copies)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result

1999 Cebu
Pop Music Festival Best Interpreter ("Among Gabayan") Won

Pop Music Festival Champion ("Sheryn Regis") Won

2000 Cebu
Normal University University Songbird of the Year ("Sheryn Regis") Won

2002 Eat Bulaga
Eat Bulaga
Birit Baby Eat Bulaga
Eat Bulaga
Birit Baby Champion ("Sheryn Regis") Won

2004 Star in a Million 1st Runner up ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Texter's Choice Awardee ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Voice of Asia 1st Runner up ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Inc. (2004) Triple Platinum Awardee ("Star In A Million Album") Won

Platinum Awardee ("Come In on Out Of The Rain") Won

2005 21st Year-Ender Excellence Awards Top Entertainer International Achievement Awardee ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Best Female Performer in Asia Pacific ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Yes Magazine Best Female Performer-People's Choice Awardee ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Inc. (2005) Gold Record Awardee ("What I Do Best") Won

18th Awit Awards Best Inspirational Song ("Follow Your Dream") Nominated

Best Regional Recording ("Among Gabayan") Nominated

Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play ("Kailan Kaya") Nominated

18th Aliw Awards Best Concert Performer in an Intimate Venue Female ("Sheryn Regis") Nominated

2006 iFM Pinoy Music Awards Best Song by a Female Performer ("What I Do Best") Won

iFM Pinoy Music Awards Texter's Choice Awardee ("Sheryn Regis") Won

S-Magazine's Readers' Choice Awards Song of the Year ("Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka") Won

2007 1ST OPM Songhits Awards Best Female Recording Artist ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Texter's Choice Awards ("Sheryn Regis") Won

3rd ASAP Platinum Circle Awards Compilation Awardee ("Nagmamahal Kapamilya Album") Won

Compilation Awardee ("Hotsilog") Won

Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Philippine Association of the Record Industry
Inc. (2007) Sextuple Platinum Awardee ("Nagmamahal Kapamilya Album") Won

Platinum Awardee ("Hotsilog") Won

S-Magazine's Peoples' Choice Awards Brightest Female Popstar ("Sheryn Regis") Nominated

20th Awit Awards Best Dance Song ("Bongga Ka Day") Nominated

Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play ("Maria Flordeluna") Nominated

2008 Asian Star Entertainment Awards Best Female Performing Artist ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Asian Golden Elephant Awards in Bangkok Thailand Best Promising Female Entertainer ("Sheryn Regis") Won

2009 Asia Pacific Excellence Awards Outstanding Female Recording Artist ("Sheryn Regis") Won

1st Sharon Videoke Sharon Videoke Champion ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Shall We Dance? Sayawoke Winner ("Sheryn Regis") Won

22nd Awit Awards Best Christmas Song Award ("Pasko Na Sinta Ko") Nominated

2010 22nd Philippine Awit Awards People's Choice Favorite Female Recording Artist ("Sheryn Regis") Won

2011 100th Years of Cebu
Normal University Service and honor Award ("Sheryn Regis") Won

Hawaii State Recognition Hawaii State Recognition Awardee("Sheryn Regis") Won

2017 Asia Pacific Awards Council 37th People's Choice Awardee as "Asia's Performing Diva" ("Sheryn Regis") [25] Won


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