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JAM Project's Yoshiki Fukuyama Reports Steady Recovery

posted on 2012-08-25 14:41 EDT

Musician Yoshiki Fukuyama wrote in his blog on Tuesday that he had recently finished two days of rehearsal without incident in preparation for a September tour with the band JAM Project.

Fukuyama noted that after performing at a concert in Osaka on June 9, he suddenly had a headache and was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery for a subarachnoid hemorrhage. He did not experience any after-effects or paralysis after the surgery, and was discharged from the hospital in July.

Otakon announced last month that it will host JAM Project again during a 20th anniversary music festival in Baltimore on November 3.

Yoshiki Fukuyama rose to fame as the singing voice of Macross 7's main lead Basara. As a solo act and also with his band HUMMING BIRD, he contributed songs to Buso Renkin, City Hunter: Goodbye my Sweetheart, Ehrgeiz, Kamen no Maid Guy, Overman King Gainer, and many other anime titles. As part of the anime music supergroup JAM Project, he performed on songs for eX-Driver, Gravion, MazinKaiser, New Getter Robo, Robonimal Panda-Z: The Robonimation, Scrapped Princess, The SoulTaker, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monster GX, and their most famous collaboration, the anime-based Super Robot Wars game franchise.

[Via Ota-suke]


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