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Kotaro Oshio was born in Osaka, Japan on February 1st, While there are many solo guitar players who play nylon-string guitar, Oshio took the challenge of mastering a steel-string acoustic guitar in a highly unique style. From the whimsical to the bittersweet, Oshio brings science and poetry into perfect harmony.
His music is full of emotions backed with state-of-the-art technique, often treated with percussive arrangement. Oshio not only performs self-penned original tunes, but he also covers great music of various fields, from movie themes to animation themes to nursery rhymes to school songs.
It was in December that Oshio recorded an album on his own as an indie effort. A two-hour special program on Oshio was also aired on nationwide cable radio networks around that time. Oshio also made a stunning debut at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in July While constantly keeping himself busy with live dates all over Japan, the second album "Dramatic" was released in June Oshio returned to Montreux Jazz Festival in July to fascinate more crowds.
Oshio also opened the main stage on the last night for ZZ Top and one of the top Swiss rock bands Krokus. It was on one of the nights when Oshio was asked to perform a few songs each for Chrissie Hynde The Pretenders and Cassandra Wilson personally in the dressing room, receiving extremely high praise. TV program themes and movie. For a wider range dynamics, he adopted baritone guitar on "Fight!
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