Tag: Yoshiki Classical

X Japan to perform at Madison Square Garden in October 2014

JRock mega-superstar band X Japan will reunite for a live performance at New York’s Madison Square Garden on October 11, 2014. X Japan leader Yoshiki made the announcement at his solo performance at San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall as part of his Yoshiki Classical Tour. More details will be announced via Yoshiki’s official website http://yoshiki.net.

Grammy Museum Unveils Yoshiki Exhibit

Yoshiki Classical World Tour Dates Announced On February 19th, the GRAMMY Museum unveiled their Yoshiki exhibit which puts the influential rock icon’s signature crystal piano, flamboyant wardrobes, and other items on display. The exhibition explores Yoshiki’s fascinating career and follows the museum’s unique collection on Ringo Starr. Yoshiki is the first Asian artist to be …

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Yoshiki Classical (teaser video)

The teaser video for Yoshiki’s upcoming Yoshiki Classical release features an endorsement by famed Beatles producer George Martin, who labels the X Japan leader’s classical composition work as “beautiful.” With clips of Yoshiki composing, playing piano, and even conducting, it’s clear this album is a stirring work of great passion. Yoshiki’s upcoming interview appearance at …

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Yoshiki Interview: Yoshiki Classical

Barks.JP has a great interview with Yoshiki focusing on his upcoming release, Yoshiki Classical. [excerpt] In the case of X JAPAN, you have certain regulations that go along with having drums, piano, and guitar as well as needing to make sure Toshi’s vocals fit with the pieces, but when you as YOSHIKI do classical pieces, …

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Yoshiki live event at Grammy Museum in L.A.

Yoshiki will appear at a special event at Los Angeles’s Grammy Museum on August 26 to discuss his work with X Japan and his new album Yoshiki Classical. Ticket info and press release: http://www.grammymuseum.org/events/detail/the-drop-yoshiki Although known as the founder of Japan’s biggest rock band X Japan and credited as the catalyst for the flamboyant visual …

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