25-year-old anison singer May'n, best known as the singing voice of Sheryl Nome in Macross Frontier, announced today that she has to stop her ongoing acoustic tour due to her bilateral vocal cord polyps. Hit the jump for more details.
25-year-old singer May'n, who is well known as the singer voice for Sheryl Nome in Macross Frontier, released her 1st live album "Re:May'n☆Act" in Japan today, February 18. To promote the two-disc album, her record company Flying Dog has posted a 90-second preview to introduce her stage. Check the clips after the jump!
It's only a week before the concert by anisong singer May'n at Slim's in San Francisco as the grand finale for the celebration of JPOP culture and music at San Francisco's JPOP Summit Festival and now there is another reason fans won't want to miss it as JPOP Summit Festival has announced a raffle contest for a free ticket to Japan! Get the details after the jump!
Former AKB 48 member Tomomi Itano joins the dazzling array of musical guests to perform at the JPOP Summit Festival in San Francisco on the 19th & 20th of this month. Tomomi recently released her first full-length solo album, SxWxAxG on July 2nd and this will be her first post-AKB US appearance and performance. Plus May'n, AKIRA and a Japanese Kuro-gyaru group Black Diamond. Read more after the jump!
Did you know that Japanese siren May'n has her own Nendoroid? Or did you think you missed out when it was announced back in February? It's already good news that May'n is returning to California next month for 2 days of live shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco, but in even better news, she'll bring her tour goods for US fans to indulge in, including her tour-exclusive Nendoroid! More after the jump!
Flying Dog today posted a one-chorus version promotional video for 24-year-old singer May'n's 10th single "Re:REMEMBER" on its official YouTube channel. It is featured as the OP song for the on-going TV anime M3 the dark metal. Check the clip after the jump.
Japanese anisong/rock singer May'n will return to the USA as a part of the "May’n Road to 10th Anniversary Japan ＆World Tour 2014-2015『dots and lines』" tour. Two US show dates have been announced, one in Los Angeles and another in San Francisco in July. More after the jump!
24-year-old singer May'n has posted a short version promotional video for "Lose My Illusions," the leading track from her upcoming 4th album "NEW WORLD." The album will be released simultaneously with her 9th single "Kyou ni Koiiro" on January 29. Check the clip after the jump.
Victor Entertainment's anime music specialized label Flying Dog has posted a short version promotional video for May'n's 9th single "Kyou ni Koiiro" on its official YouTube channel. The song will be featured as the OP theme for the 2014 winter TV anime Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.. Check the PV after the jump.
Japanese record label FlyingDog posted a short preview for "ViViD," the 8th single by popular anime singer May'n today. The song is featured as the OP theme for a 2013 summer TV anime Blood Lad. Check her song and dance after the jump!
After voicing Kuro Usagi and singing the opening for winter's Problem Children, Iori Nomizu is back as the voice of Yoshino/Hermit and singing the end theme for spring's Date a Live. Music label Lantis has scheduled a May 6th release date for that "Save the World" ending and posted a short version of the music video. Get a look after the jump.
The Macross franchise is continuing with the celebration of 30 years of the awesome tale and as a part of the celebration, a new concert date has been announced for this summer. Click to find out who's in the roster!
After last week's Japanese release of Lost Planet spin-off E.X Troopers, theme singer May'n (singing voice of Macross F's Sheryl Nome, Btoom! ending "Aozora") sat down with the folks at Capcom to try her hands at playing the game. See the results after the jump.
Flying Dog, a Japanese record label specialized in anime-related music, has posted a promotional video for May'n's newest digital single "Mr. Super Future Star" on its official YouTube channel. The song is featured as the theme song for CAPCOM's upcoming PS3/3DS action shooting game E.X.TROOPERS. Check the upbeat collaboration video after the jump!