Toshi Kubota - update
[Loving Power] included in Toshi’s forthcoming album, [L.O.K], will be airing as a commercial song for Yokohama Tire on February 16th.
Toshi’s signature sound – up tempo and rhythm driven – matches a main theme of this commercial, [POWER] . Toshi explains “the song reminds me the joy of driving, and the music and lyrics are very straight forward, and represents [POWER] in every way. When one becomes calm and transparent, anyone could reach out the courage that is possessed by all. Hope people get very excited by listening to this song”.
THe new album will be due on March 18th.
Toshi will be releasing his 19th (16th Japanese) original full length new album, “L.O.K” on March 18th from Sony Music Japan.
The pop legend is showing us his seasoned jam, matured energy with loving heart
It is Toshinobu Kubota’s original full length new album, “L.O.K” fully prepared in last three and half years.
A full year of just planning, R&B missionary tosses in today’s music, spells with his signatured approach and convincing vocal skills. Knowing the style and the sweetness, sexism and playfulness, he’s become more colorful than ever with eternal energey.
The album title, “L.O.K” stands for “Lots of Kisses” and it reflects “Thankfulness” and “Appreciations”. The title calls our appreciation for our being: being in love, being broken hearted, striving but not necessary making it, our actual life, and for those who gives us such feelings.
Each song on the album has its own story, but all together, it represents “L.O.K” Instead of saying “Thank you”, Toshi uses the phrase “Lots Of Kisses” in his own way.
The national tour “L.O.K” starts on April 23rd and includes 41 shows.
Kubota's 2015 National Tour has been announced and including the following 41 dates!
Exclusive pre-order for the official fanclub member (BARI-BARI CREW) will stat on Nov. 25th 2014.
Click here for the official fanclub information.
4/24 (fri) Harmony Hall Zama/Okinawa
4/26 (sat) Act City Hamamatsu (Large Hall)/Shizuoka
4/28 (tue) Iichiko Gran Theater/Ohita
4/29 (wed) Nagasaki Brick Hall/Nagasaki
5/1 (fri) Fukuoka Sun Palace/Fukuoka
5/2 (sat) Fukuoka Sun Palace/Fukuoka
5/5 (tue) Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall/Kagoshima
5/6 (wed) Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall/Miyazaki
5/9 (sat) Okinawa Convention Center/Okinawa
5/10 (sun) Okinawa Convention Center/Okinawa
5/14 (thu) Sapporo Nitori Bunka Hall/Sapporo
5/15 (fri) Sapporo Nitori Bunka Hall/Sapporo
5/17 (sun) Kushiro Bunka Kaikan (Large Hall)/Kushiro
5/20 (wed) Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
5/21 (thu) Nagoya Kokusai Kaigijo Century Hall
5/23 (sat) NHK Hall/Tokyo
5/24 (sun) NHK Hall/Tokyo
5/27 (wed) Kobe Kokusai Kaikan Kokusai Hall/Kobe
5/28 (thu) Biwako Hall/Shiga
5/30 (sat) Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Large Hall)/Shizuoka
5/31 (sun) Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Large Hall)/Shizuoka
6/3 (wed) Ohmiya Sonic City (Large Hall)/Saitama
6/6 (sat) Kanagawa Kenmin Hall (Large Hall)/Kanagawa
6/10 (wed) Shimane Kenmin Kaikan (Large Hall)/Shimane
6/12 (fri) Shunan Bunka Kaikan/Yamaguchi
6/13 (sat) Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall/Hiroshima
6/17 (wed) Festival Hall/Osaka
6/18 (thu) Festival Hall/Osaka
6/21 (sun) Matsumoto Shimin Geijutsukan Main Hall/Nagano
6/26 (fri) Niigata Kenmin Kaikan/Niigata
6/27 (sat) Honta no Mori Hall/Ishikawa
7/3 (fri) Morioka Shimin Bunka Hall (Large Hall)/Iwate
7/4 (sat) Link Station Hall/Aomori
7/9 (thu) Koriyama SHimin Bunka Center (Large Hall)/Fukushima
7/11 (sat) Sendai Sun Plaza Hall/Miyagi
7/12 (sun) Sendai Sun Plaza Hall/Miyagi
7/19 (sun) Nagaragawa Kokusai Kaigijo Main Hall/Gifu
7/20 (mon) Mieken Bunka Kaikan/Mie
7/25 (sat) Matsuyama Shimin Kaikan (Large Hall)/Ehime
7/26 (sun) Alpha Anabuki Hall (Large Hall)/Kagawa
7/28 (tue) Okayama Shimin Kaikan/Okayama