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T.M. Revolution to Turn Concert Into Charity Event

posted on 2011-03-13 12:41 EDT
All proceeds from Sengoku Basara/Gundam singer's March 30 event to go to charity

Takanori Nishikawa, the singer better known as T.M. Revolution, revealed on Twitter on Sunday that he is planning a charity event for victims of the March 11 earthquake (Tōhoku Chihō Taiheiyō-oki Jishin) and tsunami.

T.M. Revolution was already scheduled to hold a live concert at the Zepp Tokyo event hall on March 30. He is now planning to stream the event live for free. In addition, all proceeds from the concert and its tickets will be donated to charity. There will be charity auctions and a donation booth set up.

The singer said, "We are recruiting people, websites, and auction sites who will sponsor the video and transmitting equipment." He added, "I still don't know how feasible this is at all, but I'm going to start moving with all my might to face the problems that come our way to get this started."

T.M. Revolution sang theme songs for Sengoku Basara Two, Bleach: Jigoku-hen, D.Gray-man, Darker than Black, Mobile Suit Gundam Seed, Rurouni Kenshin, and Soul Eater.

[Via Yaraon!, Natalie]


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