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The first concert of X Japan's North American Tour took place in L.A., Yoshiki's home town. S.E. Miracle, Jade, Rusty Nail, Silent Jealousy, Drain, YOSHIKI & SUGIZO Piano & Violin Solo, Kurenai, Born To Be Free, YOSHIKI Drum Solo, I.V., X, Endless Rain, Art of Life (Second Movement)
Sep 21, 2010 · X Japan North American Tour Commercial (New York) - Duration: 0:31. X Japan Official 27,062 views. 0:31. X Japan "WITHOUT YOU" (rough cut) - TOKYO DOME 2009 - Duration: 8:22.Author: X Japan Official
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X Japan has finally released their North American Tour dates which are as follows: SEPTEMBER 25 Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 28 Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA OCTOBER 1 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA 3 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC CANADA 6 Riviera, Chicago, IL 7 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON CANADA 10 Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY
X Japan World Tour Live 2010 North American Tour 7 concerts, 7 locations. 9. 25. Los Angeles Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theater 9. 28. San Francisco Fox Theatre 10. 1. Seattle Paramount Theatre 10. 3. Vancouver Queen Elizabeth Theatre 10. 6. Chicago Riviera Theatre 10. 7. …
X Japan Tour Dates 2021. X Japan concert tickets are on sale. You can find the list of X Japan tour dates here. X Japan is a Japanese heavy metal band from Chiba, formed in 1982 by Toshi and Yoshiki. Originally named X, the group achieved their breakthrough success in 1989 with the release of their second album Blue Blood.
X Japan Official Website X Japan is the most successful rock band in Japanese history. The band has sold more than 30 million albums; singles and videos combined, sold out Japan’s 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome 18 times – so far – and have played to tens of thousands of fans outside of Japan.