|Anime Boston - Mustical Guests STEREOPONY|
|Wednesday, 09 February 2011 18:00|
STEREOPONY is coming back to American, this time as part of Anime Boston. This trio has been gaining popularity both in Japan and in the U.S. thanks in part to their 2010 appearance at AnimeNEXT. Their songs have also been featured in popular anime series including Bleach and Gundam 00. This fun trio is a must see live so don't miss out.
Picture with STEREOPONY
Stereopony exclusive photo session with each event shirt purchase (quantities limited)
Information Provided by Anime Boston:
STEREOPONY is a Japanese all-girl rock band that formed in Okinawa in 2007, consisting of AIMI (Vocal/Guitar), NOHANA (Bass), and SHIHO (Drums). The band gained their first opportunity on the Japanese rock radio program “SCHOOL OF LOCK!!”
Their debut single "Hitohira No Hanabira" was the 17th ending theme for the famous anime series “BLEACH” released on November 5, 2008 and ranked #25 on the Oricon Weekly Charts. And 2nd single "Namida No Muko”, the second opening theme for the second season of the Sunrise series “Mobile Suit Gundam 00”; and achieved #2 in the Oricon charts.
In March 2009, the girls have performed in SXSW 2009, and received a thunderous ovation.
Their third single "I do it" is a collaboration with fellow Sony Music Entertainment Japan singer YUI, was released on April 22, 2009. Their debut studio album “A hydrangea blooms” was released on June 17, 2009 and ranked #7 on the Oricon weekly charts. Their fifth single "TSUKIAKARI NO MICHISHIRUBE", also released with the tie-in with the second season of hit anime series “Darker than Black”; it ranked #8 on Oricon.
After releasing 2 singles, in June 2010, the girls released their much anticipated 2nd studio album “OVER THE BORDER”, and returned to the US to perform at AnimeNEXT, their first time that the band will be performing at an anime convention in the United States. Their latest single “Chisana Mahou”, the opening theme of anime series “Letter Bee REVERSE” released on December 8th.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 June 2011 16:45|