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ⓘ Ai Akamatsu is a Japanese musician and keyboardist for the Japanese rock band group, the Ox until 1969. His real name is Yoshinobu Akamatsu and his nickname was ..




                                     

ⓘ Ai Akamatsu

Ai Akamatsu is a Japanese musician and keyboardist for the Japanese rock band group, the Ox until 1969. His real name is Yoshinobu Akamatsu and his nickname was Ai-chan.

                                     

1. Life and music career

Born in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture in 1951, His father is the president of the company and is the youngest of three siblings. Akamatsu learned the to play a piano from an early age, and when he was in the second year of junior high school, he said, "I want to play jazz," and his mother opposed "that kind of music is bad." However, in the end, he joined Hataris and became a semi-professional at the dance hall "Fuji" in Osaka at that time. After that, he was invited to join Ox.

                                     

2. Life in the band

The looks of the red brown hairs bob head were lovely, and it became very popular as an idol. However, he disappeared on May 5, 1969 and leave the group. Yoko Ono and Toshimitsu Imai, an old painter, traveled to England on June 23 to "become a disciple of John Lennon" as guardian. While staying in London, he lived a life of hanging out at Apples office, but during that time he returned to Japan temporarily and played the role of Aoyama with Shoji Ishibashi and others in the stage play "Ashita no Joe" sponsored by the new national drama from June 3 to 26, 1970. After that, Akamatsu retired from the entertainment world. His father returned to Japan on September 28, 1978 due to a sudden illness. Currently, he takes over the family business and runs an ironworks in Osaka.

                                     

3. Retirement

After retiring, Akamatsu injured his finger due to the circumstances at the time of withdrawal and an accident during press work in the family business. He will not appear at all on sporadic reunions on old-fashioned programs Akamatsus vocal song is Hideto Maki, organ is represented by an external support member and GS events, but on May 4, 1989 In addition to interviewing his wife on Fuji TVs idol special feature on the day, he appeared on TBSs GS special feature on October 4, 2003, delighting fans with the same appearance as at that time.

                                     
  • other music shops such as Shiro Okada and Norio Sugiyama at the McCoys, Ai Akamatsu at Hataris, and Atsushi Kuriyama at Sanders. On December 1, the group