Japanese Recording Artist Miyavi at The Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Japanese Recording Artist Miyavi was Sunday June 13, 2010 / 9:00pm (Doors at 8:00pm).
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In June of 2007, Miyavi joined the super band S.K.I.N with YOSHIKI from the band X JAPAN, GACKT, and SUGIZO from the band LUNA SEA, and performed in L.A. He kicked off his first world tour with 36 successful shows in 14 countries, which wrapped with his Grand Tour Final in Tokyo.
However in 2009, he announced his decision to go independent and graduate from his management which he belonged to for 10 years. Later that year, Miyavi held a sold out concert at the HIBIYA YAGAI DAI ONGAKU DOU (Hibiya City Open Air Music Hall). He also launched his own company, J-glam Inc.
Last September, Miyavi kicked off his second world tour ‘NEO TOKYO SAMURAI BLACK TOUR 2009’ with a show in Tokyo, celebrating his birthday and the commemoration of the official fan club C.W.I.F. ‘Co-Miyavi Worldwide International Family’. This tour is larger in scale compared to his last and is still on-going with 40 shows in 20 countries, and will be the largest world tour any Japanese artist has ever pulled off. He will bring his tour to the Grove of Anaheim for one night in June.