Aliw Awards by the Aliw Awards Foundation, Inc. was established by the renowned Philippine journalist Alice H. Reyes, to recognize achievements in the live entertainment industry in the Philippines. Founded in 1976 in Manila, it is the pioneer in giving awards for excellence in theatre, opera, dance, live vocal and instrumental shows.
The first awards show was held in 1977 with singer Pilita Corrales winning the Entertainer of the Year Award followed by Rico Puno and Celeste Legaspi in 1978 and 1979, respectively. In 2007, the Award was given to Regine Velasquez, who also received it in 2009. In the 2011 Aliw Awards, 19-year-old International Singing Sensation Charice was the recipient, making her the youngest artist to be conferred such recognition.
Sarah Geronimo is one of the female artist in the history to win all of the major awards from "Entertainer of The Year" in 2010, "Best Female in Major Concert" in 2010 and in 2012, "Best Collaboration for a Major Concert " for What Love Is with Martin Nievera in 2011 and "Most Promising Female Entertainer" in 2003. The other female artist to win all major awards is Regine Velasquez.
Aliw is the root word meaning "to entertain" in Tagalog.
- "Sarah Geronimo named Entertainer of the Year at the 23rd Aliw Awards". PEP.ph.
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