Shonen Knife’s very first live stream one-man show is announced for all over the world!
Saturday, March 6th, Japan Time, at music club ANIMA, Osaka JAPAN with limited audience
It is “Four Leaves” version of the band consist of Naoko as vocal and guitar, Risa as drums, Naru as bass and Ritsuko as guitar.
They will play the “Golden Hits” set!
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Shonen Knife “The Cyber Show 2021” four leaves version
Saturday, March 6th 2021 start: 16:30 Japan Time JST
*please check your time zone
JST 16:30 March 6th
GMT 7:30 March 6th
CET 8:30 March 6th
EST 2:30 March 6th
CST 1:30 March 6th
PST 23:30March 5th
AEDT 18:30 March 6th
NZDT 20:30 March 6th
You need to register your personal information when you buy the ticket.
Tickets are available from Saturday 6th February 10:00 Japan Time.
Lawson Ticket (L code: 52831) https://l-tike.com/shonenknife/
Please cooperate with the temperature measurement at the time of admission.
Those who are above 37.5 degrees will be refused admission.
If you feel unwell within 2 weeks, please voluntarily decline to enter.
Please wear a mask on the day of the event. If people who don’t wear masks, they will be refused admission.
Please refrain from conversation between audience in the venue as much as possible.
Shonen Knife joined to “Better Times Project” which organized by Janis Ian.
Shonen Knife joined to “Better Times Project” which is organized by Janis Ian who is an American famous Grammy Awards singer song writer. Inspired by the death of a country singer John Prine caused by COVID-19, she started this project. It is the project that she announced to various artists from all over the world to cover her specially written new song “Better Times Will Come”.
Many artists like a world famous drummer Steve Gadd, Neil Finn from Crowded House or San Diego Women's Chorus have already joined this project and covered the song.
Getting an offer from Janis, Shonen Knife joined to this project. They did virtual session by each member.
You can download the all version of the song “Better Times Will Come” for free from the project site.
I hope you enjoy this new song "Better" for Shonen Knife's 712 Day this year.
I wrote a positive song about "There is no rain that doesn't stop".
The image of the melody lines are 60's and 70's British pop.
Using voice memo of a smartphone and a tablet, I made demo tape.
It's very analog way. Risa and I recorded at the studio in Osaka.
Atsuko who is living in Los Angeles recorded the bass at her house and send the date to us through internet.
Then we mixed all the data.
It has become a convenient world!
Happy 712 Day! The 20th anniversary.
Have fun and enjoy Shonen Knife!