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Lindberg is a prolific Japanese pop rock band that released many albums (35 singles, 15 albums, and 12 best-of and singles collections) and videos (including movies and making-of featurettes) over its 15-year career.

Lindberg typically appealed to the junior high to early high school crowd, and was unique in that in the time of its inception in 1989, few Japanese "rock" bands had female members, much less a female lead singer. The band retired in 2002 following the marriage of the lead singer, Watase Maki, to the lead guitarist Hirakawa Tatsuya; rounding out the band were bassist Kawazoe Tomohisa and drummer Koyanagi "Cherry" Masanori.

Kawazoe Tomohisa, one of the bands musicians, became a founding member of another Japanese female-fronted Pop/Rock band, Ai+BAND, in 2003. It has released three albums since then.
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Genres:
Electronic Music For Humans
Hometown:
Asheville, North Carolina

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LINDBERG's tour

About LINDBERG

Lindberg is a prolific Japanese pop rock band that released many albums (35 singles, 15 albums, and 12 best-of and singles collections) and videos (including movies and making-of featurettes) over its 15-year career.

Lindberg typically appealed to the junior high to early high school crowd, and was unique in that in the time of its inception in 1989, few Japanese "rock" bands had female members, much less a female lead singer. The band retired in 2002 following the marriage of the lead singer, Watase Maki, to the lead guitarist Hirakawa Tatsuya; rounding out the band were bassist Kawazoe Tomohisa and drummer Koyanagi "Cherry" Masanori.

Kawazoe Tomohisa, one of the bands musicians, became a founding member of another Japanese female-fronted Pop/Rock band, Ai+BAND, in 2003. It has released three albums since then.
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Genres:
Electronic Music For Humans
Hometown:
Asheville, North Carolina

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