Jimmy Bondoc

Jimmy Bondoc (born James Patrick Romero Bondoc on May 5, 1975) is a Filipino pop singer from the Philippines. Bondoc got his degree at the Ateneo de Manila University as an AB Communications graduate. Bondoc is an acoustic musician and has also composed and produced songs. Bondoc is known for his original hits "The Man I Was With You", "Akin Na Lang Sana Siya" and "Let Me Be The One." In 2005, Bondoc had a relationship with the Filipina singer Nina also have faced disputes with Nyoy Volante. In 2009, Bondoc released his album entitled "Walang Araw, Walang Ulan under the Sony-BMG. In 2010, the album Ang Mahiwagang Bisikleta at Ang Huling Makata was released. Bondoc became a resident juror on the Philippine adaptation of the Sing If You Can franchise, Twist and Shout. Bondoc has also served as a regular celebrity mentor on It's Showtime.