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Japanese folk legend “Rokumonsen” and talented touring musicians “Kitamoto Folk Jamboree 2024” will be h eld in Kitamoto City, Saitama Prefecture, a packed concert lasting over 5 hours

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Japanese folk legend “Rokumonsen” and talented touring musicians “Kitamoto Folk Jamboree 2024” will be held in Kitamoto City, Saitama Prefecture, a packed concert lasting over 5 hours
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“Kitamoto Folk Jamboree 2024”, sponsored by the guitar band FLET’S and Rokumonsen and talented touring musicians, will be held on October 20, 2024 (Sunday) at the Kitamoto City Cultural Center Hall (1-2-1 Honmachi, Kitamoto City, Saitama Prefecture) will be done.
Tickets are on sale now at Confetti (operated by Long Ramp Running Co., Ltd., Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Daigo Kuramatsu).
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[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-552d0cb32cce6abdae11-0.jpg&s3=13972-2530-dcf5f11d0387cf852b988100053970e3-402×569.jpg] A collaboration between Japanese folk legend “Rokumonsen” and talented touring musicians will be held in Kitamoto City!
The first Kitamoto Folk Jamboree was held in August 2019.
After that, it was not possible to hold the event due to the coronavirus pandemic, but we are finally able to hold it this year in 2024.
The enthusiasm of Peter Ken Okuda (PKO), instructor of the Flets Guitar Orchestra, and the orchestra members, who continue to be active with the desire to make Kitamoto a thriving music town, have borne fruit.
Japanese folk legend Rokumonsen and other talented touring musicians will gather at the Kitamoto City Cultural Center Hall and put on a wonderful performance.
-Performer-
・Japanese Folk Legend “Rokumonsen (Toshi Komuro, Kohei Oikawa, Yoshiko Shikaku, Yui Komuro)”
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-71f7b1d78cd53d14dce3-2.jpg&s3=13972-2530-ec21c44671666a2a869b4996defe2d6e-1959×836.jpg] ・Regent hair and rock’n’roll “Jamboree Tsuruta”
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-cb99eefcf7e048626e33-3.jpg&s3=13972-2530-40892b751f06fe327bf25dcbca5a4d6a-1044×1567.jpg] ・“Bear Hawk Wolf Zoda” is a fusion of country blues and tap dance.
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-3f83502ee1998c6b47fc-4.jpg&s3=13972-2530-549b1b17bfdb4969923f7f21697dd5a6-724×719.jpg] ・A protest song that makes you laugh and feel relieved. The people in power run away. “Inano to Hira No Tokoba.”
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-d700c9dc03ab320cf1e0-5.jpg&s3=13972-2530-813580d8aeed9ec8a5842e88faa1408d-960×640.jpg] ・If you could make Takuro Yoshida sing, there would be no one like Tomoshi Inoue.
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-d0b174ffef5df94589f9-6.jpg&s3=13972-2530-6dfdcdbe75357d788e43f5429f23985f-750×392.jpg] ・Kyoko Iwasaki, the only talented young singer-songwriter
[Image 7: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-453fc3c8C9FAE0A4D-7.jpg &s3=13972-2530-D24B6ECC1E851387D764EC 5812595-1147X1427.jpg] ・Superb guitar technique and light talk “Naniwa no Tetsu”
[Image 8: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-08d7dd4fffffda55b7ff-8.jpg&s3=13972-2530-3c6179527a5d02bcd02d8e778e20980f-640×960.jpg] ・Real cowboy “Greg Hager” from North Dakota, USA
[Image 9: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-1c672d3dcd584a6612eb-9.jpg&s3=13972-2530-cf9cc0ea68a2af074cafad0fb9031e85-730×974.jpg] ・Komuro’s daughter Yui Komuro + percussionist Kono “Kin-chan” Shunji “Yuikin”
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・“Cherry Lane” plays Peter, Paul & Mary’s songs that guitar orchestra instructor PKO has continued to research.
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Rokubunsen Profile
[Image 13: https://prtimes.jp/i/13972/2530/resize/d13972-2530-c8a0e305006372fff380-1.jpg&s3=13972-2530-a5b77f19908bb2ae8965c154a2b6b77a-549×366.jpg] A unit consisting of Komuro, Kohei Oikawa, Yoshiko Shikaku, and Yui Komuro. In 1968, the first “Rokumonsen” was formed. After that, Kohei Oikawa and Yoshiko Shikaku joined.
In 1971, Tsunehiko Kamijo and Rokumonsen’s “Song of Departure” won the Grand Prix at the 2nd World Song Festival.
In April 1972, “King Salmon no Iru Island” was released as Bellwood Records’ first work. Disbanded in the same year.
In October 2000, Komuro, Kouhei Oikawa, and Yoshiko Shikaku reunited for the first time in 28 years and began activities under the unit name “Like Rokumonsen”.
In 2007, the album “Hajimari Hajimaru” was released.
In 2009, Yui Komuro was added and the unit name was changed to “Rokumonsen ’09”. In the same year, he released the album “Otonoba”.
In November 2018, the 50th anniversary of the start of “Rokumonsen” activities, the unit name was changed to “Rokumonsen” again and the album “Jiyuu” was released.
They are actively developing activities centered on live performances, participating in tours and festivals all over the country.
[Komuro et al./Komuro Yui official website] https://office-khys.com/ [Keiko Shikaku Official Site] https://www.yosumikeiko.com/
Performance summary
Guitar band FLET’S Rokumonsen and talented touring musicians “Kitamoto Folk Jamboree 2024”
Performance date: Sunday, October 20, 2024
Venue: Kitamoto City Cultural Center Hall (1-2-1 Honmachi, Kitamoto City, Saitama Prefecture)
■Performers
Rokumonsen (Toshi Komuro, Kohei Oikawa, Yoshiko Shikaku, Yui Komuro), Yuikin, Jamboree Tsuruta, Bear Hawk Wolf, Inano and Hira Notokoba, Tomoyasu Inoue, Kyoko Iwasaki, Tetsu Naniwa, Greg Hager, Cherry Lane ■Performance schedule
Sunday, October 20, 2024
【Part 1】
13:00 Opening
13:10 “Yuikin”
13:35 “Jamboree Tsuruta”
14:00 “Bear Hawk Wolf”
14:25 “Inanoto Hira/Notokoba”
Break 14:50-15:05 15 minutes
[Part 2]
15:05 “Tomosuke Inoue”
15:30 “Iwasaki Kyoko”
15:55 “Naniwa no Tetsu”
16:20 “Greg Hager”
Break 16:45-17:05 20 minutes
[Part 3]
17:05 “Cherry Lane”
17:30 “Rokumonsen” (50 minutes)
18:20 “Finale” (20 minutes)
18:40 “End of performance”
*Doors open 60 minutes before the performance.
*Performance time: Approximately 5.5 hours
■Ticket price
All seats free: 4,500 yen (tax included)
-confetti limited-
1,000 yen discount! 4,500 yen → confetti seat 3,500 yen!
(tax included)
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