Live Earth Tokyo, Japan lineup for July 7th 2007

The Live Earth Tokyo, Japan lineup for The Concerts For A Climate in Crisis event taking place on July 7th 2007 at Makuhari Messe is set to include: Abingdon Boys School, AI, AI Otsuka, Ayaka, Cocco, Genki Rockets, Kumi Koda, Linkin Park, Rihanna, Rize and Xzibit.

A special music event will be held at the To-Ji Buddhist Temple in Kyoto later in the day.

The lineup is scheduled to feature: Bonnie Pink, Michael Nyman, Rip Slyme, UA and Yellow Magic Orchestra.

Live Earth Japan on MSN

More Live Earth locations, lineups and information on Band Weblogs:

Live Earth Hamburg, Germany
Live Earth Brazil - Rio
Live Earth Shanghai, China
Live Earth Antarctica
Live Earth South Africa
Live Earth Australia
Live Earth Giants Stadium, USA
Live Earth London, UK

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About Jenny May

Jenny May is the founder of Band Weblogs. Based in Oxford, England (originally from New England), Band Weblogs was created in 2005. With a passion for music, Jenny May has performed with bands in the US and the UK, her music has appeared in films, she was a vocal coach for the Yamaha Rock School and has worked on music projects with musicians such as Jon Fishman (Phish), Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots) and Cisco Adler (Shwayze). Jenny is currently writing music commentary and reviews for Band Weblogs and writing, recording and performing music with songwriter and musician Dave Tommo.
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