Luke Mejares

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Luke Mejares
Birth name Luke Mejares
Born (1975-06-26) June 26, 1975 (age 39)
Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines
Genres Pop, RnB, dance, soul
Occupation(s) singer-songwriter
Instruments vocals
Years active 1998–2002 (with South Border)
2002–present (solo artist)
Labels SonyBMG (2004-2012)
Ivory Music (2012-present)
Associated acts South Border (former member)
Sabado Boys
Top Suzara
Paolo Santos
Jimmy Bondoc
DJ Myke

Michael Luke Mejares (born June 26, 1975 in Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines) is a Filipino singer-songwriter.


He was chosen as the new vocalist of South Border in 1998, but he left the group in 2002. As a solo recording artist he remade Rivermaya's "214". He is also one of the co-hosts of Sabado Boys, a weekly musical talk show.[1] Luke Mejares also joined the fraternity for youth,Order of Demolay,Tagbilaran City, Philippines.




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