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Smokey Mountain was a singing group formed by musical director, composer, and conductor Ryan Cayabyab. The first group was based in Manila, Philippines, and had James Coronel, Geneva Cruz, Jeffrey Hidalgo, and Tony Lambino as its original members. In 1989, the group released its first self-titled pop album made up of songs that revolved around social, environmental, and patriotic themes. The album's first hit, Kailan (When), was number one on national airwaves for eight straight weeks and the album hit gold, platinum, double- and triple-platinum status within months of its release.


In 1990, the group went on the "Better World tour", performing at the United Nations World Summit for Children and representing the Philippines at the 5th Asean Song Festival in Surabaya, Indonesia.


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Smokey Mountain was a Filipino singing group formed by musical director, composer, and conductor Ryan Cayabyab.
The original group was based in Manila, Philippines, and had James Coronel, Geneva Cruz, Jeffrey Hidalgo, and Tony Lambino as its members.
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