Gary Valenciano has performed his 100th solo show at San Juan’s Music Museum, becoming the first and only artist to achieve such a feat.

Mr. Pure Energy marked the milestone on November 3, when he held his latest show at the coveted music performance venue in Greenhills. This is amid his 40th-year showbiz anniversary in 2023.

Valenciano sang his classics as openly requested by audience members. The 59-year-old’s high-energy performances included “Di Bale Na Lang” (Never Mind), “Eto Na Naman” (Here It Is Again), and “Hataw Na” (Give It All You Got), on top of covers of famed acts like The Beatles.

“We could have gone on and on and on, because there were people saying, ‘bitin (more).’ They wanted to request even just to hear little samples of songs. It tells you, yes, you’ve been a part of people’s lives, Gary,” Valenciano told a local television station.

Also taking to the stage in tribute were his children, Kiana, Gab, and Paolo — with the latter directing the show.

“For a 100th show, you can’t ask for anything more,” Valenciano concluded.

As for fans who missed Valenciano’s 100th solo show and its preceding runs, the singer will extend the concert series for two additional shows on November 30 and December 1.

Meanwhile, Valenciano’s wife, Angeli, posted to thank the over 7,000 people who watched the singer’s eight sold-out shows at the Music Museum.

During his 40 years in the Filipino music industry, Valenciano became one of the country’s best-selling and most-awarded artists with over a million albums sold and over 200 accolades earned, including 12 Awit Awards.

Valenciano was also the headliner of the biggest local concert in history, Nagmamahal (Love), Gary V, with between 500,000 to 800,000 estimated people in attendance. He has also regularly filled venues including the Araneta Coliseum and Mall of Asia Arena locally on top of international venues.