Everyone looks forward to the weekend on Tag but not just for the rest and relaxation but because of the music! Every Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 8pm, Tag 91.1 takes you back in time with your favorite songs - from your classic ballads to that old dance craze!
Start your day with Georgia Fritada and Patok Jeproks from 8am - 11am playing everything from the Bee Gees to Rico J. Puno from the 70s & 80s.
PINOY SONG HITS
Sing along through your midday on Pinoy Song-hits from 11am - 2pm with Alfred Ryce remembering the 80s - 90s with the likes of Whitney Houston & Regine Velasquez
Stay awake all afternoon as we rock out to your favorite bands from the 80s to the present, such as Guns & Roses and Eraserheads, on Bandang Hapon from 2pm - 5pm with Pepper Reu
You’ll have a new favorite number – BENTE! (20). Listen to all the pop faves of the early 2000’s on a Saturday night while talking about your top 20 – anything! Be it favorite dishes to Pinoy quirks. But it switches up on Sundays as we feature all the top 20 songs on Tag 91.1 from 5-8pm with Andy Sal
The seemingly shy little girl of Tag 91.1, Pepper Reu is anything but silent. Surprisingly, her love of speaking didn’t get her into radio earlier in her career.
Don’t let the glasses and very professional demeanor fool you, Alfred Ryce is what we Pinoys call “nasa loob ang kulo”, and is one of the animated jokers of the group.
Georgia Fritada has the character, voice, and confidence that makes her perfect for radio, thanks to her background in Theatre Arts.
Andy Sal is the newest radio rookie in town - even though some may say he doesn’t look the part.
Ika'y Mahal Pa RinJovit Baldivino
Dont Know What To Do Dont Know What To SayRichard Yap
This Time I'll Be SweeterAngela Bofill
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