Freddie Aguilar Biography, Song List

Freddie Aguilar is a famous Filipino singer, a prolific songwriter and now a politician. If only for his song Anak (Child) which had been translated into 26 languages and released in 59 countries, he could be the next national artist. ((Jump to song list.)

Freddie Aguilar
Freddie Aguilar (Credit: philstar)

Aguilar was born on February 5, 1953 in Santo Tomas, Isabela, Philippines. At 14, he wrote his first song and at age 17, he started playing the guitar. His first performance on stage occured when he was 20 years old.

Freddie studied electrical engineering but did not pursue it because music took over as his priority. He married Josephine Queipo and had 4 children with her. They are Maegan, Jonan, Isabella, and Jeriko. In 2000, he married Antonette Martinez and in 2013, he converted to Islam and married another woman in Buluan, Maguindanao Province.

On October 11, 2018, Freddie filed his candidacy for senator and got the endorsement of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Freddie Aguilar Song List
Anak
Anak (English Version)
Ala-ala (ni Ama)
Ang Bansa Kong Maligaya
Ang Buhay Nga Naman Ng Tao
Ang Oras
Ang Umaayaw
Awit Ni Ina
Bayan Ko
Buhay
Bulag, Pipi At Bingi
Di Ka Nag-iisa
Dinggin Ang Awit
Dugo
Estudyante Blues
Higit sa Lahat Tao
Hold me
Humayo Ka
Ina
Ipaglalaban Ko
Kahit Hindi Na Pasko
Kapalaran
Katarungan
Kay Hirap Mabigo
Kinabukasan
Kumusta Ka
Larawan
Luzviminda
Magbago Ka
Magdalena
Mahal na mahal na mahal kita
May Oras
May Pag-asa
Mga Pilipino Kong Mahal
Mindanao
O Pag-ibig
Olongapo
Pag-ibig sa Bayan
Pangarap
Pasko Ang Damdamin
Patawarin Mo
Pinoy
Problema
Pulubi
Sa Bukid
Sa Kuko Ng Agila
Stranger
Sulat
Suweldo
Tama Na
War

Freddie Aguilar Albums
1978 – Anak
1979 – Freddie Aguilar
1991 – Kumusta Ka
1993 – Minamahal Kita
1994 – Kumusta Ka
2009 – Greatest Songs

RELATED: John Roa Song List

See also: List of Filipino Singers

Freddie Aguilar
Freddie Aguilar (Credit: philstar

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