SEEKINGLead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Keyboard, Background Singer.
Sings traditional Japanese songs and produces those songs with contemporary jazz style.
Looking into having a music workshop. Musicians "drug free" and "spiritual minded" wanted!
Record CD to tour Japan.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- May 22 2007
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
Japanese pop, 70's 80's classic rock, smashing pumpkins, alternative, original rock, Jawaiian. Japanese folk songs
Yamaha Mo 6
Peavy Keyboard Amp
Forever Separation Track number: 12 Year: 2007 Album: WRECK ORD LIVE Genre: Alternative
Takeda no Komoriuta
Takeda no Komoriuta Genre: Folk
Yosakoi Track number: 11 Year: 2011 Album: sabi first album dohyoh/minyoh Genre: Folk
Japanese folk traditional and keyboard arrangement Fusion
The International School of Monterey celebrates its multi-ethnic, multi-cultural community with an afternoon of music, international foods potluck, student art auction, and a mini-carnival alley on Saturday, May 14th, 2011 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.!
This is a great opportunity for community members to socialize in a relaxed and entertaining setting and get to know one another better, while supporting the school!
This event is sponsored by the ISM Family Association; for more information, contact Family Association Chair Wendy Bluhm @ "Wendy Bluhm" <firstname.lastname@example.org> or ISM Special Programs Manager Lisa Wichael-Loomis @ email@example.com.
Sat May 14 11am – 3pm Pacific Time
International School of Monterey Campus, 1720 Yosemite Street, Seaside (map)
JAZZ JAM FOR JAPAN
With Special Apperance by Japanese Performers and World Musicians
Voluntary donations greatly appreciated
Our sponsors gratefully thank the Hyatt Regency Monterey
location: HYATT REGENCY MONTEREY in the Monterey Grand Ballroom
Raffle Prizes, Great Jazz Music, Great Support!
*Performers include Lee Durley, David Morwood, Paul Contos, Eddie Mendenhall, Shinsho Mugen Daiko Taiko Drummers(special guest), Sabi (Yoriko Hongo & Masao Sato), Koto performance by Michael Hattori (special guest) and more including traditional Japanese dancers.
Bring your family and friends! Support Japan's victims from this disaster. Donations will go to Japan Earthquake/Tsunami Relief. Thank you!