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The discography of singer-songwriter, Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi.
Due to the influence of his older brother, he is a fan of Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi. His brother is a former member of the Tokai University Sagami High School baseball team.
On September 7, 1956, Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi, the first son of policeman Kuniharu Nagabuchi and his wife Masuko, was born in Ijuin, Kagoshima. When he was a child, his body was very weak and he often suffered from asthma.
Etsuko met singer-actor Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi on the set of the "Otoko wa Tsurai yo" film "Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy" (1986), when she was around 30 years old. She retired from acting after marrying him the following year, in 1987, when she was 31. Their daughter is actress Ayane Nagabuchi.
Saori Atsumi was born and raised in Iwata, Shizuoka. When she was young, her mother used to sing lullabies to her and use the organ during her kindergarten lessons; this had a lot of influence for her interest in music. She admired Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi and decided to take up the guitar during middle school. During high school, she started to write music.
On July 22, 2007, Kinki Kids held their 10th anniversary concert at Tokyo Dome, which drew a crowd of about 67,000 fans, making it the biggest concert ever held at the Dome. The record was previously held by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi in 1992 when his concert drew an audience of 65,000. The duo also have held their end-year concert at Tokyo Dome for 19 consecutive years ever since debut.
Between performances with Roger Daltrey and The Who, Loren traveled to Japan and performed with veteran Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi. The tour, entitled "Arena Tour 2014 All Time Best," celebrated a career that has spanned over 30 years. Performances included the legendary Nippon Budokan in Tokyo and Yokohama arena. A live DVD was released following the tour. A final concert was added in 2015 at Mt Fuji, with 100,000 people in attendance.
Tokio's 2006 single "Sorafune" was a hit, being certified by the RIAJ for 1,000,000 ringtone downloads. The song was written by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, and acted as the theme song for the drama "My Boss My Hero", starring Tomoya Nagase. Since then, Tokio has had several singles written by musicians famous in their own right, such as "Hikari no Machi" by Yoshihiro Kai, another song by Miyuki Nakajima called "Honjitsu, Mijukumono" and "Seisyun", which was written by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi.
His debut at "Kōhaku Uta Gassen" was in 1968, singing "Hana To Chō". His 1974 Japan Record Award-winning song "Erimo Misaki" was composed by Takuro Yoshida. His 1982 song "Fuyu no Riviera" was composed by Eiichi Ohtaki, former member of Happy End. His song "Ofukuro san" was covered by Sharam Q in their 1997 album "Sharam Q no Enka no Hanamichi". His 2003 song "Ōkami Tachi no Tōboe" was written and composed by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi. His 2004 song "Saraba Seishun no Kageyo" was written by Izumi Sakai.
Gold has recorded and/or worked with The Who, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Kenny Loggins, Natalie Maines, Huey Lewis and the News, Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi, Eddie Vedder, Geddy Lee, Liam Gallagher, Joe Elliott, Steve Winwood, Don Felder, Melissa Etheridge, Rita Wilson, Hilary Duff, Taylor Hicks, Mandy Moore, America's Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Eric McCormack, Jordan Pruitt, Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, Joss Stone, Dave Stewart, Toni Braxton, Vanessa Hudgens, Nick Lachey, Mark Ballas, Jordin Sparks, Aly and Aj, Gladys Knight, Katharine McPhee, Kellie Pickler, Deborah Gibson, Laura Bryna, Michael Chiklis, Dan Aykroyd, Andrew Gold, Y&T, Kara DioGuardi, Jurnee Smollett, Andrew Dice Clay and others.
Stuart Galbraith IV judges this to be one of the weaker entries in the "Otoko wa Tsurai yo" series, but still recommended. Perhaps the most notable aspect of the film is that the co-star, Etsuko Shihomi, was the star of the "Sister Street Fighter" series. It was on the set of "Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy" that she met Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi, whom she married the following year. The German-language site molodezhnaja gives "Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy" three and a half out of five stars.
To commemorate their 10th anniversary on July 21, 2007, KinKi Kids released a best-hits album entitled "39" on July 18, 2007. The numbers three and nine are pronounced as in Japanese and sound similar to "Thank You" in English, signifying KinKi Kids' gratitude to their fans for their support for the past 10 years. The album features the top 11 song favorites, as voted by fans as well as two individual 14-song favorites lists from Koichi and Tsuyoshi, coming to a total of 39 songs, hence the title. "39" went on to sell about 301,000 copies in its first week. In the same month, the duo was once again recognized by the "Guinness World Records" for their feat of achieving the most number of consecutive number-one singles by extending their own record to twenty-five number one singles since debut. On July 22, 2007, the duo held their 10th anniversary concert at Tokyo Dome, which drew a crowd of about 67,000 fans, making it the biggest concert ever held at the Dome. The record was previously held by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi in 1992 when his concert drew an audience of 65,000.