Jasmine Trias

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Jasmine Trias - the self-titled debut album from Jasmine Trias will hit stores nationwide in the US on July 12, 2005!

Jasmine Soriano Trias (born 3 November 1986) is a singer and entertainer who rose to fame as the third place finalist on the third season of American Idol, a talent-based reality program broadcast on the Fox Network. She is also the only known Roman Catholic to participate in the show.

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Early Years

Trias was born in Honolulu, Hawai'i and raised in the Central O'ahu suburb of Mililani. She is the eldest daughter of Filipino immigrants to the United States from Cavite. Trias attended Maryknoll School, a Roman Catholic preparatory school of the Diocese of Honolulu. It was as a representative of Maryknoll School that she won the Brown Bags to Stardom 2001 state singing competition and the Road to Fame 2003 youth talent competition. Trias graduated from Maryknoll School in June 2004.

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Honolulu born Jasmine Trias was a finalist on the television cult hit American Idol in 2004. She was cheered on from Hawai'i and also grew a following throughout Asia. Here she is greeted by Philippine President Arroyo.

Phenomenon

Trias' appearance on American Idol had grown into a cult-like phenomenon upon becoming second runner-up in the competition. She has won millions of fans in the United States and millions more in foreign countries where the show was aired: Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, among others. Manila Times newspaper captured the mood of her ancestral country in an April headline, "Everybody Wants Jasmine." During the American Idol season, hundreds of internet fan sites from over a dozen countries were established in several Asian and European languages.

Managing Director of Honolulu Ben Lee summarized the mood in Trias' home state of Hawai'i by saying, "Jasmine has enough votes in Hawai'i to become governor or mayor easily." Lieutenant Governor James Aiona, in his capacity as acting governor, declared Jasmine Trias Day by executive order.

KTLA, a news station in Los Angeles for The WB, called Jasmine the most successful Idol alumni from season three, beating winner Fantasia Barrino, runner-up Diana DeGarmo, and early favorite LaToya London.

Debut Album

Trias' self-titled debut album will be released NATIONWIDE in the US on July 12, 2005. Trias worked with Clockwork Entertainment headed by CEO Debbie Hammond.

The album is expected to contain 14 tracks (the Philippines version will include bonus Tagalog tracks). For clips of the album you can visit theOfficial Jasmine Trias Myspace (http://www.myspace.com/jasmine_trias) or the Official Jasmine Trias site (http://www.jasminetrias.net).

So far, 11 of the 14 tracks are known: Excuses, Silly Of Me, Sexy Boy, DJ Don't Stop, I Don't Want U 2 Go, Make Your Move, All I Need, Can't Hold Back, I Still Love U, Just A Fool, Inseparable.

Career

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A poster for McDonald's promoting the "Jasmine Trio" meal offered at McDonald's

Jasmine has officially signed with Clockwork Entertainment (who has worked with Dream and Bad Boy Records headed by P. Diddy) to record and produce her debut album. She has signed a deal with Universal Records for her release in the Philippines.

Her album, with Clockwork Entertainment, will be released on July 12 in the US. It will be released at a later date in the Philippines and Japan.

She previously released a promotional single for McDonalds entitled "Love Ko 'To" (translated to I'm Loving It). To end her whirlwind visit to the Philippines, dubbed "Jasmania," she met President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo; and she headlined tours in Manila, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Guam in 2004.

She moved to Los Angeles, California to kick-off her professional singing career. Before returning to American Idol, an entourage of hysterical and screaming fans, groupies, and supporters plagued the city's Sunset on the Beach.

Jasmine was a part of the JC Penney and Seventeen Magazine "Rock Your Prom" Fashion Show. She performed in Springfield, MO and Glendale, CA in March 2005.

She is also currently releasing a CD-Single for Pizza Hut and Taco Bell entitled "Flying Home" and it captures her feelings of returning to Hawaii after months of working on tour and on her album.

She has sponsored McDonald's, Smart Telecommunications, Happee Toothpaste, and Bench Clothing. She has made television commericials and billboard ads for these companies in the Philippines. A promotion at McDonald's restaurants in the Philippines offered a meal dubbed the "Jasmine Trio", which consisted of a Strawberry Float, Fries, and the McDonald's exclusive Love Ko 'To CD-Single.

She has even done various commercials in Hawaii discouraging smoking, drinking, and drug/meth use.

Discography

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CD cover for Jasmine's promotional single for Pizza Hut and Taco Bell entitled "Flying Home".
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CD cover for Jasmine's promotional single for McDonald's entitled "Love Ko 'To".

"Jasmine Trias" Debut Album - (July 12, 2005; Nationwide Release)

1. Sexy Boy (3:21)

2. Excuses (4:11)

3. All I Need (3:17)

4. Whatcha Gon Do (4:14)

5. DJ Don't Quit (3:51)

6. I Still Luv U (3:31)

7. Don't Go (3:37)

8. Just A Fool (4:05)

9. Silly Of Me (4:34)

10. I Won't Worry (3:50)

11. Can't Hold Back (4:24)

12. What U Do To Me (2:56)

13. Inseparable (2:24)

Bonus track written by Diane Warren

14. If I Ever See Heaven Again (4:14)


"Flying Home" CD-Single (Feb 27,2005; Only released in Hawaii)

01. "Flying Home"

02. "Flying Home (Minus One)"


"Love Ko 'To" CD-Single (Oct 6, 2004; Only released in the Philippines)

01. "Love Ko 'To"

02. "Love Ko 'To (Minus One)"


American Idol Season 3: Greatest Soul Classics

08. "Midnight Train to Georgia"

13. "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (with the Top 12 finalists)


Other not on CD: Song Covers (on tour, on American Idol, etc)

"Aint No Mountain High Enough" (American Idol Tour)

"All By Myself" (American Idol)

"Almost Like Being In Love" (American Idol)

"Because Of You" (Los Angeles Concert)

"Breathe" (American Idol)

"Crazy In Love" (American Idol Tour; Manila Concert)

"Dangerously In Love" (American Idol Tour)

"Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me" (American Idol)

"Everlasting Love" (American Idol)

"Eye Is On The Sparrow" (American Idol Tour)

"Get This Party Started" (Manila Concert; Los Angeles Concert)

"Heartburn" (American Idol Tour; Philippine TV shows; Manila Concert)

"Here We Are" (American Idol)

"How Will I Know" (American Idol Tour)

"I Will Always Love You" (American Idol audition, never aired though referred to; Manila Concerts; Los Angeles Concert)

"If I Aint Got You" (American Idol Tour; Manila Concert; Los Angeles Concert)

"I'll Never Love This Way Again" (American Idol; Manila Concert)

"Inseperable" (American Idol; Manila Concert; Los Angeles Concert)

"It's Raining Men" (American Idol)

"Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw" (Smart Ads; Philippine TV shows; Manila Concert; Los Angeles Concert)

"Mr Melody" (American Idol)

"Mula Sa Puso" (Manila Concert)

"Natural Woman" (Road To Fame)

"Open Arms" (Road To Fame)

OPM Medley: "Hanggang Ngayon", "Pangrap Ko Ay Ibigin Ka", "Magpakailan Pa Man" (Manila Concert)

Philippine National Anthem (Hyatt Regency)

"Respect" (American Idol pre-audition, never aired)

"Run To You" (American Idol)

"Saving All My Love For You" (American Idol)

"Soulman" (On-Air w/ Ryan Seacrest)

"Tiny Bubbles with Don Ho" (Hawaii Pro Bowl 2005)

"These Islands" (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 2004)

"The Way You Look Tonight" (American Idol)

"Tomorrow" (Manila Concert; Los Angeles Concert)

US National Anthem (Nascar Coca-Cola 600; Hyatt Regency)

"Walking On Sunshine" (Hawaii Pro Bowl 2005)

"When I Fall In Love" (American Idol)

"You're All I Need To Get By" (American Idol)

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