Synonyms for keisuke_kuwata or Related words with keisuke_kuwata

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Examples of "keisuke_kuwata"
Keisuke Kuwata was born February 26, 1956, and raised in Chigasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
In 1974, a prototype of the band, composed of Aoyama Gakuin University students who belonged to the popular music club "Better Days", was formed by Keisuke Kuwata. In their early days, the band changed its name frequently, such as "Onsen Anma Momohiki Band", "Piston Kuwata and the Cylinders", and "Keisuke Kuwata and the Hitchcock Gekijou". Finally, when keyboardist Yuko Hara joined the group, they chose a permanent name. Named after the "Fania All-Stars" and "Southern rock" by Kuwata's friend.
Keisuke Kuwata is the eponymous studio album recorded by Keisuke Kuwata, a frontman of the Japanese rock band Southern All Stars. It was released by Taishita label under the Victor Entertainment in July 1988, shortly after the 10th anniversary of the band. Aside from the 1982 live recording album "Kamon Yuzo and Victor Wheels Live" released under the pseudonym Yūzō Kamon, it was first Kuwata's solo effort.
Takuro founded his own office, called "Lover Soul", but the band signed up with "Amuse", the office of Southern All Stars's Keisuke Kuwata, in 2006 until the new office was established.
The group released two double A-side singles, "Believe/Kumorinochi, Kaisei" and "Ashita no Kioku/Crazy Moon (Kimi wa Muteki)", on March 4 and May 27 respectively. Both singles sold over 500,000 copies in first week sales, making Arashi the first artist to have two consecutive singles exceed the 500,000 mark within a week in seven years seven months since Keisuke Kuwata.
In 1986, Matsutoya wrote a theme song for TV program with Keisuke Kuwata, a leader of Southern All Stars. On "Kissin' Christmas", the song screened only on TV, collaboration by two most successful Japanese songwriters was realized. However, at the stage now, this song hasn't released on any format.
On May 2, 2009, Kiyoshiro died of cancer. His funeral took place at Aoyama Sougisho on May 9, 2009. Approximately 42,000 fans visited to bid farewell, which tied the record of visits with Hibari Misora's funeral. The funeral ceremony was titled "The Aoyama Rock n' Roll Show" and Kiyoshiro's band played in front of 1,000 people including Keisuke Kuwata, Shinobu Otake, Naoto Takenaka.
She is married to Keisuke Kuwata, the multi-instrumentalist frontman for the Southern All-Stars, and bandleader of the Kuwata band. They share a love of the blues. Together, they have two sons. Her parents' home is a tempura restaurant in Yokohama.
The band is composed of Keisuke Kuwata (lead vocals and guitars), Yuko Hara (vocals and keyboards), Kazuyuki Sekiguchi (bass), Hiroshi Matsuda (drums) and Hideyuki "Kegani" Nozawa (custom percussion). In addition to the present lineup, former guitarist Takashi Omori had worked in the band until 2001.
Unlike "J-pop" singers such as Southern All Stars' Keisuke Kuwata, the singers of the "kayōkyoku" genre do not use stylized pronunciations based on the English language, but prefer traditional Japanese. There are exceptions, such as in singer Momoe Yamaguchi's song "Rock 'n' Roll Widow".
Pop boy band NEWS' makes them the second group to have 11 consecutive number one singles since their debut. Pop boy band Arashi's "Believe/Kumorinochi, Kaisei" and "Ashita no Kioku/Crazy Moon (Kimi wa Muteki)" are the first singles in seven years to sell over 500,000 copies consecutively with first week sales. This feat was last achieved by Keisuke Kuwata in 2001.
In 1981, after meeting Keisuke Kuwata of the Southern All Stars, he changed his name to "Kamon" from "Torikai" in honor of Kuwata's pseudonym of Yūzō Kamon. Kamon made his professional debut as a recording artist on 21 July 1983 with the release of his single "Yankee no Niichan no Uta". He won both the Yomiuri TV Cable Broadcast First Prize and the TBS Cable Broadcast First Prize and was named Rookie of the Year for this release.
The shoreline from Chigasaki to Kamakura is called the "Shōnan area". A popular swimming destination, Chigasaki is well known as the birthplace of Japanese surfing. A shop called "Goddess," located only about 20 meters from the shoreline, claims to be the first surfboard shop in Japan. Bicycles with metal fittings for holding surfboards are prominent in the area. A section of the beach in Chigasaki is called "Southern Beach," inspired by the Southern All Stars, a famous J-pop singing group whose lead vocalist Keisuke Kuwata hails from Chigasaki. The symbol of Southern Beach is "Eboshi-iwa", a large hat-shaped rock that is visible from the coast.
In 1978, Eikichi Yazawa's rock single "Jikan yo Tomare" ("Time, Stop") became a smash hit that sold over 639,000 copies. He is regarded as one of the pioneers of Japanese rock. He sought worldwide success, and in 1980 he signed a contract with the Warner Pioneer record company and moved to the West Coast of the United States. He recorded the albums "Yazawa", "It's Just Rock n' Roll", and "Flash in Japan", all of which were released worldwide, but were not very commercially successful. Keisuke Kuwata formed the rock band Southern All Stars (SAS), which made their debut in 1978. Southern All Stars remains very popular in Japan today.
Popular musicians Haruomi Hosono (Yellow Magic Orchestra) and Keisuke Kuwata (Southern All Stars) were known to be fans of the game, and the former produced an album of music from Namco video-games, with "Xevious" as its centerpiece. A follow-up 12" single featured in its liner notes an entire science-fiction short story by Endō, set in the world of "Xevious", with even a rudimentary fictional language. The theme music from Xevious was used during certain segments of the video arcade game-based television game show Starcade.
Some of the prominent musicians and bands to play and record the music of Little Feat include Phish, The Black Crowes, The Byrds, The Bridge, Garth Brooks, Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Emmylou Harris, Taylor Hicks, Ron Holloway, Keisuke Kuwata, Nicolette Larson, Nazareth, Robert Palmer, The Radiators, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, John Sebastian, Richard Shindell, Carly Simon, Mick Taylor, Van Halen, Joe Walsh, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Sam Bush, Coco Montoya, Vince Herman, Inara George, Stephen Bruton, Widespread Panic, Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule, Blackberry Smoke, Jimmy Buffett and Anders Osborne.
The single debuted at the number-one position on Oricon Daily Singles Ranking, selling over 230,000 copies in the first one day. By the end of its first week, it sold 502,487 copies, the group's second best debut week sales figures since their 1999 debut single, "Arashi". With its first week sales of over 502,000, the single has the best first week sales of 2009. Also, with their previous single "Believe/Kumorinochi, Kaisei," the single makes Arashi the first artist in seven years and seven months to have achieved two consecutive singles that exceeds the 500,000 mark in first week sales. The last time an artist has achieved two consecutive was Keisuke Kuwata with his singles (July 2001) and (October 2001).
In 1995, the second half of the Atomic Heart tour started, lasting from January 1 to February 2. Mr. Children also became involved in charity work, doing a collaboration song with Keisuke Kuwata of Southern All Stars. The single was used as the theme song for the Act Against AIDS campaign, was produced by Mr. Children and written by Kuwata. To promote the single and the campaign, they held a one-month tour from April 18 until May 14, entitled , where the group did cover songs of many English speaking artists such as The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. During the tour the group was also filming a documentary/concert movie called "Es ~Mr. Children in Film~". It was released in theaters on June 6, 1995, preceded by the group's eight single "Es (Theme of Es)" on May 10, to promote the movie. Two months later the group held an open air tour titled from July 16 to September 10, during which the ninth single, was released on August 10.
In 1984, Haynes began writing lyrics for a wide variety of projects which included the song "Drive Me Wild" for the television series "Fame". He also collaborated with Japanese composer Keisuke Kuwata from the band Southern All Stars on Tarako and Japaneggae for Taishita. Through his association with Quincy Jones he collaborated with bassist and former Brothers Johnson member Louis Johnson on eight songs on Johnson's solo album "Evolution". During this period Haynes' songs such as "Runnin'" was recorded by The Temptations on their album "Truly for You". He also had songs recorded by Jeff Lorber "Don't Say Yes", Beau Williams "Danger Zone", George Duke "We're Supposed To Have Fun", Durell Coleman "Tender Blue", The Mac Band "Miss Used", and Stanley Clarke Band "Psychedelic". In 1985, his song "Hyperactive", written with Robert Palmer and Dennis Nelson appeared on the album "Riptide" on Island Records. This was his first multi-platinum album. The song also appeared in the film "The Bedroom Window". During the period of 1985 to 1989, Haynes signed co-publishing deals with Warner Chappell Music and Chris Blackwell's Island Music Publishing.
The origin of modern J-pop is said to be Japanese-language rock music inspired by the likes of The Beatles. Unlike the Japanese music genre called "kayōkyoku", J-pop uses a special kind of pronunciation, which is similar to that of English. One notable singer to do so is Keisuke Kuwata, who pronounced the Japanese word "karada" ("body") as "kyerada". Additionally, unlike Western music, the major second ("sol" and "la") was usually not used in Japanese music, except art music, before rock music became popular in Japan. When the Group Sounds genre, which was inspired by Western rock, became popular, Japanese pop music adopted the major second, which was used in the final sounds of The Beatles' song "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and The Rolling Stones' song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction". Although Japanese pop music changed from music based on Japanese pentatonic scale and distortional tetrachord to the more occidental music over time, music that drew from the traditional Japanese singing style remained popular (such as that of Ringo Shiina).