South Border, Filipino band, was formed in 1993 by local musicians from Davao City, Philippines, and led by their music director, Jay Durias.
“Kahit Kailan,” from the 1996 “South Border” studio album, was led by Jay Durias and Brix Ferraris in the key of A major (A).
“Love Of My Life,” from the 1996 “South Border” studio album, was led by Jay Durias and Brix Ferraris in the key of F major (F).
“Sa ‘Yo,” from the 1998 “Bump” studio album, was led by Jay Durias and Luke Mejares in the key of C major (C).
“Asa,” from the 2005 “Sugo” movie soundtrack and 2005 “Tunog Kapuso” album, was led by Jay Durias, Vince Alaras, and Duncan Ramos in the key of G major (G).
South Border does not have an official website.
Here is a partial list of South Border vocalists past and present.
Jay Oliver Durias, born on August 22, 1975 in Davao City, Davao, Philippines, is the musical director of South Border.
In 1997, South Border won several awards, including Best Performance by a New Duo or Group, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Produced Record of the Year for their hit song, “Kahit Kailan,” at the Tenth Awit Awards in the Philippines.
In 1998, Luke Mejares replaced Brix Ferraris as lead vocalist.
In 2002, Vince Alaras and Duncan Ramos replaced Luke Mejares as lead vocalists.
In 2005, South Border won several awards, including Album of the Year for the “Episode 3” studio album, Song of the Year and Best Inspirational recording for their hit song, “Rainbow,” at the Eighteenth Awit Awards in the Philippines.
In 2007, Vince Alaras and Duncan Ramos left South Border.
2005: Episode 3 – Platinum Edition