Edison and Hirsch | Dance Across the Universe

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Dance Across the Universe

by Edison and Hirsch

East meets West in this unique production featuring Japanese Shamisen and Shinobue in this concept journey of pure escapism.
Genre: World: Japanese contemporary
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Collectively Edison and Hirsch have contributed to hundreds of Japanese television and radio commercials and programs, various corporate and private projects, as well as projects for European and USA markets, for over two decades. The two first met on a gig for Honda Motors in Tokyo in 1999. They immediately struck up a friendship and decided to collaborate on projects whenever the opportunity arose.

Edison Watanabe is a much sought after Japanese producer, arranger and composer with several major releases to his credit. He has worked on projects with Rufus Thomas, Russ Kunkel and many Japanese legends. He now works out of his Show-On Studios in Tokyo.

Lonnie Hirsch is a Californian that has worked with Dixie Hatfield, Hank Williams, Jr., Johnny Paycheck and many others, and who now works in Tokyo as a TV cast member, vocalist, narrator and writer.

The styles range from World Music to House to R&B, Rock and Ballads, all the popular music influences inspiring their pursuit of music careers. Edison and Hirsch have released three full length projects and continue to share ideas on recordings. Currently the two are appear at small live venues with newer tunes featuring the Japanese Shamisen and Shinobue flute and English vocals ...



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