Superstar Olivia Headlines PMX

Superstar OLIVIA headlines PMX with American debut

LOS ANGELES – Singer/songwriter sensation OLIVIA Lufkin will perform at
Pacific Media Expo (PMX) one day only: Oct. 28, 2006.

"We are honored to be her American debut," said Mike Tatsugawa, PMX
Event Chair. "Her music has a long following on both sides of the
Pacific. Her goth style reaches out to our big fashion fans. Her
for the Nana anime are huge hits among the anime fans in the US. OLIVIA
is one of those rare performers who resonates with everyone."

Born to a Japanese mother and an American father, OLIVIA was discovered
while attending the celebrated Okinawa Actors' School and signed to
Eurobeat girl group Dance & Dream (D&D). Their moderate success paved
the way for her critically acclaimed 1999 solo debut produced by legend
Komuro Tetsuya (TK), frequent collaborator of Amuro Namie, Globe, TRF
and hitomi. In 2004, Avex released an overseas version of sophomore
album The Lost Lolli as recognition for her growing popularity.

After enjoying a musical hiatus, during which OLIVIA gained respect as
fashion model and designer, she was chosen by popular Nana manga author
Ai Yazawa to provide the singing voice of character Reira Serizawa on
the television program. She has since performed three songs for the
opening and final credits. The first single, “A Little Pain,” ranked at
#8 on the Oricon charts and sold 20,162 copies in the first week.
Offscreen, Nana has sold an astounding 22 million copies of its first

OLIVIA appears courtesy of Avex as part of the Pacific Music Live
concert series. Other performers featured are UchuSentai NOIZ,
MECHANiCAL PANDA, Dig Jelly and Random Ninjas. PMX will also welcome
Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael
DiMartino, as well as Kamikaze Girls creator and Lolita fashion icon
Novala Takemoto.

Pre-registration is available online and includes a group discount of
percent for at least five attendees. Concert tickets will be on sale
beginning Oct. 7, 2006. For the convenience of our attendees, we accept
all forms of payment and have extended reduced membership costs to
complement performance ticket releases.

About Pacific Media Expo: America's first major media trade show
dedicated to Asian-Pacific popular culture and entertainment, Pacific
Media Expo (PMX) is an industry event sponsored by the Pacific Media
Association. Pacific Media Expo will be held on Oct. 28 and 29 at the
Hilton Los Angeles Airport. The show will feature honored guests, live
performances, panel discussions, autograph sessions, Asian cinema and
animation video rooms, art exhibitions and one of the country's only
exhibit halls dedicated to Asian media and pop culture.

About Pacific Media Association: Pacific Media Association, a
not-for-profit company, is dedicated to promoting the Pacific Rim's
entertainment and media industries. PMA specializes in Asia's cultural
exports, such as anime and manga, music and live entertainment,
live-action television and films, and diverse cultural lifestyles,
building creative communities and promoting Asian awareness within the
United States. PMA is the parent of Pacific Media Expo. The Pacific
Media Association is located in Los Angeles, California, USA.

For more information about Pacific Media Expo, please visit or e-mail
[email protected]

Business inquiries please write to:
Pacific Media Expo
914 Westwood Blvd, Suite 586
Los Angeles, CA 90024-2905

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