Kunihiko RYO梁 邦彦
Family name (in kanji): 梁
Given name (in kanji): 邦彦
Date of birth: 1960-01-01
(1960-01-01) Born on a Friday into a doctor's family.
(1965) Begins piano training at the age of 5, first under Taeko Kusano and then under Shizuyoko Takizaki.
(1984) Begins work as a plastic surgeon in a Tokyo hospital
(1985) Quits the job of a doctor (resulting in being disowned by his father) and begins work in the area of music.
(1986) Begins collaboration with Shogo Hamada as a music producer / recorder
(1991) Releases first soundtrack, soundtrack to NTV TV-drama "Aisazu ni iranai" starring Eisaku Yoshida
(1992) Becomes producer for popular Hong Kong rock band "BEYOND"
(1995) First international soundtrack release - the Jackie Chan film Dead Heat (a.k.a. Thunderbolt)
(1995) Produces music for the Hongkong based ATV and STAR-TV collaboration TV drama "Jing wu men"
(1995-06) Holds first solo concert at Fukuoka
(1995-10) Produces theme song for TBS TV program "Mireba nattoku!", "Everlasting Truth"
(1997) Ends collaboration with Shogo Hamada
(1997-07-28) Debut Album "The Gate of Dreams" released
(1997-09-18) First Maxi Single, "Wings of Mirage" released, theme song of TV Asahi show "Super Morning",
(1998) Assists in production of Origa's 4th album, Eien
(1999-11-21) First concert in Korea, Piano Sketch, in Seoul
(2003-10-22) Participates in Hijiri Kuwano's concert Power Live vol.2 as a support member
Blood type: O
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Japanese)
Kazu's Kunihiko Ryo Fansite (Japanese)
Ryo Kunihiko Official Home Page (Japanese)
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