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J-pop Music LIVE at famous Music Club, CANAL ROOM. ReniReni, Ki-Yo who is her music composer as well as famous Japanese singer song writer and other J-pop artists are presenting a night of Japanese Contemporary music. This is Ki-Yo's new album release party. Also Ki-Yo is going to relocate to west coast soon, so this will be his farewell party. Please support and Don't miss it! 21+ bring your ID Advance $10/ door $12 Advance ticket is available: http://www.canalroom.com/ Also buy the ticket at Maid Cafe NY: 150 Centre Street (China Town) NY http://www.MaidCafeNY.com/ Foxy Foxes (19:15-19:25) https://www.facebook.com/FoxyFoxes ReniReni (19:30: 20:00) http://www.renireni.com Ki-Yo (20:05-21:05) http://www.ki-yomusic.com Kyven (21:15-22:00) http://kyvenmusic.com/ ANDROMEDA (21:15-22:00) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Andromeda-Turre/53579094178
The cover charge increases after 6:30 PM.
Private Show: T.M.H. Dance School presents Smile '13, a charity show for Fukushima. All proceeds will go the NPO Fukushima on the Road.
Sounds Like: Bruno Mars, Donny Hathaway (1945-1979), Robin Thicke, Ne-Yo, J-pop 流行日本音樂
Bio: Ki-Yo was discovered at the age of sixteen, and released his first single “No No No” at age seventeen. It was immediately put into heavy rotation on seventeen major radio stations in Japan, a record for a new artist. His third single, “The Only One”, sold over 350,000 copies and his debut album, ...See Full Bio
"I think Japan has so many unique and original things. Actually, I realized this after I moved to New York." - Ki-yo It's not often that we're moved by gospel music, but the moment we heard Ki-yo singing his stirring rendition of Inhabit My Praise amidst a jubilant African-American choir we knew we'd discovered someone very special. A veteran of the Japanese music industry, the never lacking in confidence Ki-yo (aka KIYOTAKA) released his first single while he was still a teenager. After a string of albums in Japan Ki-yo made the decision in 2010 to tackle the New York music scene. With his second international single "Dear All My Loves" to offer up what better time to hear the story of the man who says: "I love that moment that people understand my message and are affected by the positive influence of my music. There's nothing else that can bring me more joy and happiness than that."