|Cordovales Father & Son|
|Age|| 42 (Willy)|
|Occupation|| Tricycle driver (Willy)|
Freelance singer (Mark)
|Blind Audition song||"Pagsubok"|
| Chairs Turned
Cordovales Father & Son are a Filipino duo from Antipolo, Rizal consisting of father and son Willy Cordovales (born September 16, 1970) and Mark Cordovales (born August 2, 1993) who are currently contestants on the first season of The Voice of the Philippines.
In the 1990's, young Willy Cordovales made it to the final round of GMA Network's talent competition series Tanghalan ng Kampeon. He did not make a career out of his television appearances, but he continued competing in various local talent competition shows.
Luck wasn't on his side back then. So in order to raise his family, Willy temporarily put his singing behind and worked as a tricycle driver.
Like father, like son. Excessive to say, Mark shares his father's dream and passion.
Having a father who and a voice coach to guide and care for him, Mark cleared wins competition after competition. In fact, Mark once bested international singing sensation, Charice Pempengco, in one local search.
Together with his father, they run a small music studio where they teach and make music.