Synonyms for shiina_ringo or Related words with shiina_ringo

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Examples of "shiina_ringo"
Shiina Ringo went on this tour in the name of the "Hatsuiku Status" which is the band name instead of in the name of "Shiina Ringo" at the beginning.
"Shiina Ringo with Saito Neko&Matatabi Orchestra" out of the former half and "the duet of Shiina Ringo and Hasegawa Kiyoshi" out of the latter half are recorded in this DVD.
"" is the secret rock bar tour which Shiina Ringo performed in a band in 2000, or is the live video with the same title as this tour by Shiina Ringo released on December 7, 2000.
is the unusual band including three bassists which Shiina Ringo formed with her friends.
"" is the live video of Shiina Ringo released on February 21, 2007.
Yuuya is a fan of JUDY AND MARY, Shiina Ringo, Mr.Children, Anzen Chitai, and Koji Tamaki.
Mao is a fan of Kiyoharu, Kuroyume, Sads, Mika Nakashima, Momoe Yamaguchi, BONNIE PINK, aiko, and Shiina Ringo.
Mayuko's interests include reading and handicraft, and she can also play the piano. Her favourite artists includes Ayumi Hamasaki, Porno Graffitti and Shiina Ringo.
Shiina Ringo is known for her contribution to the Japanese rock community, whose musical genres are based on jazz rock and experimental punk.
Ukigumo's cover of Pizzicato Five's , with new lyrics by Shiina Ringo and renamed , was played during the flag handover portion of the 2016 Summer Paralympics closing ceremony.
"Just Missed The Train", which also appears on Brisebois' second album "Portable Life" (albeit in a different version), was covered by several artists, namely Shiina Ringo, Trine Rein, Maarja, Kelly Clarkson and Carly Hennessy.
Yuka Yoshimura belonged to OOIOO under the name "Yoshico" at the same time as DMBQ until 2003, and participated in Hatsuiku Status which was temporarily formed by Shiina Ringo, and now a member in CATSUOMATICDEATH, METALCHICKS.
Inch Chua, both as a solo artist and in collaboration with others, has recorded cover versions of work by artists including Shiina Ringo, Britney Spears, Radiohead, Bruno Mars, David Bowie, Nat King Cole, Ming Bridges, Death Cab for Cutie, Foo Fighters, Alicia Keys, Paul McCartney, Air, Beck, David Choi, Bright Eyes and Leonard Cohen. She also covered the song Rubber Duckie, from Sesame Street.
The song has also been recorded by Vaughn De Leath, Annette Hanshaw, Jack Lemmon, Frank Sinatra, Miss Miller and The Chipettes, Rhonda Towns, Rose Murphy, Tina Louise, Verka Serduchka, Patricia Kaas, Sinéad O'Connor, Jinx Titanic, Shiina Ringo, Paul Manchin, Claire Johnston, Lorraine Allan (formerly Lorraine Gray), Eve's Plum, Barry Manilow (in a duet with the Marilyn Monroe recording) and many more.
As a guitarist, he works with many musicians: Yuki Isoya (ex-Judy and Mary), Shiina Ringo, Yano Maki, Ayumi Hamasaki, Do As Infinity, Mika Nakashima, Tanpopo (appearing on the single Motto), Elephant Kashimashi, Ikimono-gakari, Chara, Puffy AmiYumi, Kaela Kimura, Maaya Sakamoto, Ayaka, Do As Infinity, Hitomi Shimatani, Yuki Kajiura and so on.
Since its inception, the band has gone on several nationwide tours of Japan, and have toured extensively worldwide. They have collaborated with several vocalists outside of their band, including Shiina Ringo, Akira Kobayashi, Kyōko Koizumi, Schadaraparr, PUFFY, Yoshie Nakano and Tamio Okuda. They also performed the Japanese theme song to the PlayStation 2 game "Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus", entitled "Black Jack", as well as numerous songs for the PlayStation game Incredible Crisis released in 1999.
In "Shaman King", Anna is the fiancée and later wife of Yoh Asakura, and is an itako ("spirit medium" in the English dub) - a traditional Japanese shaman. Her specialty is channeling, and she can summon a spirit from anywhere, even from heaven where normal shamans can't reach. She is depicted as a relatively thin girl with shoulder-length blonde hair who wears a short black dress, traditional sandals, and prayer beads she uses as an itako. Anna frequently wears a red scarf tied around her head, though she occasionally wears the scarf around her neck. In addition to the prayer beads she wears around her neck, she wields another set of beads called 1080 (pronounced 10, 80) which she uses to fight strong spirits and shamans. Anna attends Shinra Private Academy along with Yoh and Manta and her favourite singer in the manga, Ringo Awaya, is a reference to Japanese singer and guitarist Shiina Ringo.
Besides sport and martial arts competition, there were held many music events, like Music Station, Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ, Animelo Summer Live, or humanitary Dream Power concerts organized by Yoko Ono. Many notable Japanese music acts performed at the arena, alphabetically: AKB48, Namie Amuro, B'z, Babymetal, BUMP OF CHICKEN, [[Minori Chihara],] [[Masaharu Fukuyama]], [[Gackt]], [[Glay]], [[Ayumi Hamasaki]], [[Tomoyasu Hotei]], [[The Gazette (band)|The Gazette]], [[Janne Da Arc]], [[The Kamen Joshi]], [[Berryz Kobo]], [[Mai Kuraki]], [[L'Arc-en-Ciel]], [[Luna Sea]], [[Nana Mizuki]], [[Man with a Mission]], [[Momoiro Clover Z]], [[Morning Musume]], [[Mr. Children]], [[Nightmare (Japanese band)|Nightmare]],[[Nogizaka46]], [[Kana Nishino]], [[One Ok Rock]], [[Pierrot (band)|Pierrot]], [[Shiina Ringo]], [[Siam Shade]], [[Sid (band)|Sid]], [[Spyair]], [[Sound Horizon]], [[Hikaru Utada]], and [[Vamps (band)|Vamps]].