B'z

MAJOR MUSIC ARTISTS - JAPAN


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B'z

DESCRIPTION: B'z is the most successful Japanese music group of all time with album sales in excess of 80 million units. Under the recommendation of Steve Vai, B'z became the first band from Asia to have their handprints and signatures put up in the Hollywood's RockWalk.

ACTIVITY STATUS: Active

ACTIVITY PERIOD: 1988 - Current

MUSIC GENRE: Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: JAPAN

RECORD COMPANIES / LABELS (Current & Past): Bertelsmann-BMG Japan, Being Inc.- Vermillion

OFFICIAL WEB SITE: http://bz-vermillion.com/


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