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ROTH BART BARON Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
ROTH BART BARON Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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About ROTH BART BARON

ROTH BART BARON is an Japanese indie folk band started in 2008 by singer-songwriter Masaya Mifune. Masaya independently released RBB’s debut album, ROTH BART BARON’S The Ice Age, in July 2014. The main part of the album was recorded at Miner Street Recordings in Philadelphia, with Brian McTear (Kurt Vile, the War on Drugs) as co-producer and mixing engineer Jonathan Low (The National, Sufjan Stevens). In 2015, the band recorded at Montreal Hotel 2 Tango studio to produce their second album Atom, which received excellent reviews in Japan. The following year, ROTH BART BARON performed at major Japanese Festivals such as the Fuji Rock Festival and the SUMMER SONIC festival. They released their forth album The Name Of The Beasts in 2019 to considerable critical acclaim. Upon release of The Name of the Beasts, the band was awarded the Japanese Apple Vinegar Music Award for the best new artist of the year in 2020. The award was established by Masafumi Gotoh, the frontman of Asian Kung-Fu Generation, a band which has been cited as one of the best modern rock bands from Japan. The band has extensively toured Japan, as well as the U.S. and China. They also performed at Big Mountain Music Festival in Thailand and PLAYTIME FESTIVAL in Mongolia. Besides his band activities, Masaya regularly performs solo, including a solo gig at the “Celebration David Bowie 2017 world tour” in Tokyo. ROTH BARTH BARON are currently back in the studio and plan to release their 7th album in 2022.
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Genres:
Alternative, Folk Rock
Hometown:
Tokyo, Japan

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Concerts and tour dates

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ROTH BART BARON's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About ROTH BART BARON

ROTH BART BARON is an Japanese indie folk band started in 2008 by singer-songwriter Masaya Mifune. Masaya independently released RBB’s debut album, ROTH BART BARON’S The Ice Age, in July 2014. The main part of the album was recorded at Miner Street Recordings in Philadelphia, with Brian McTear (Kurt Vile, the War on Drugs) as co-producer and mixing engineer Jonathan Low (The National, Sufjan Stevens). In 2015, the band recorded at Montreal Hotel 2 Tango studio to produce their second album Atom, which received excellent reviews in Japan. The following year, ROTH BART BARON performed at major Japanese Festivals such as the Fuji Rock Festival and the SUMMER SONIC festival. They released their forth album The Name Of The Beasts in 2019 to considerable critical acclaim. Upon release of The Name of the Beasts, the band was awarded the Japanese Apple Vinegar Music Award for the best new artist of the year in 2020. The award was established by Masafumi Gotoh, the frontman of Asian Kung-Fu Generation, a band which has been cited as one of the best modern rock bands from Japan. The band has extensively toured Japan, as well as the U.S. and China. They also performed at Big Mountain Music Festival in Thailand and PLAYTIME FESTIVAL in Mongolia. Besides his band activities, Masaya regularly performs solo, including a solo gig at the “Celebration David Bowie 2017 world tour” in Tokyo. ROTH BARTH BARON are currently back in the studio and plan to release their 7th album in 2022.
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Genres:
Alternative, Folk Rock
Hometown:
Tokyo, Japan

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