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Guests

Come meet some fantastic guests. Autographs with our amazing guests are free, limit 1 or 2 per person, as we try to do our best to give everyone a chance to meet our guests (unless otherwise indicated). Stop by to meet some incredible voice actors, musicians, industry members, and more.

Greg Ayres

Greg Ayres

Gareth West

Gareth West

Robert L. Mungle

Robert L. Mungle

Tom Fahn

Tom Fahn

Dorothy Fahn

Dorothy Fahn

Kiba Walker

Kiba Walker

Samurai Dan and Jillian

Samurai Dan and Jillian

Jay Hickman

Jay Hickman

John Swasey

John Swasey

Olivia Swasey

Olivia Swasey

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker

Heather Walker

Heather Walker

Morgan Berry

Morgan Berry

Cole Feuchter

Cole Feuchter

V is for Villains

V is for Villains

Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld

Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld

Sarah Longfield

Sarah Longfield

September Mourning

September Mourning

YTCracker

YTCracker

Quinton Flynn

Quinton Flynn

Kohei

Kohei

Greg Ayres

Greg Ayres

Greg Ayres has been screaming into microphones for close to 22 years now! With over 376 credits to his name, he has managed to play a variety of characters that are almost as colorful as his hair. He is honored to return to his role of Son Goku this year in Saiyuki Reload Zeroin, having worked on the Saiyuki franchise for over 20 years. He can currently be heard as Yu Nishinoya in Haikyu, and as Chai in Shenmue The Animation on Adult swim. Some other recent roles include Chota Segawa in Alice in Borderland (OAV), Sho Utsumi in SSSSGridman, Frost in DragonBall Super, Geo in Sony Picture’s Starship Troopers : Traitor of Mars, Jiro in Concrete Revolutio, Ryuuou Edogawa in Doreiku, Koji Koda in My Hero Academia, and he even makes an appearance as Popuko in Pop Team Epic.

He is proud to be a part of the new “Pink Harvest” productions from Sentai Filmworks, in the roles of Izumi Sena in Lovestage, and Yabase in Hitorijime My Hero. Some other recent favorites include Nagisa Haruki in Free, and Free Eternal Summer, MonoKuma in Danganronpa, Clear in Dramatical Murder, Doug in Gangsta, Zenji Marui in Food Wars, Ganta Igarashi in Deadman Wonderland, Heihachi Hayashida in Samurai 7, and Kouichi Sakakibara in Another. Some of his all-time favorite roles include Chrono in Chrono Crusade, Kaoru Hitachiin in Ouran High School Host Club, Youhei Sunohara in Clannad, Yuki in The Wallflower, Leo in Ghost Stories, Satoshi Hiwatari in DNAngel, Kaworu Nagisa in the Director’s Cut of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Tomoki Sakurai in Heaven’s Lost Property, and Negi Springfield in Negima.

Of all of his many roles, his favorite will always be the real life role of “Little Brother” to a guy with a big Sippy Cup, and an even bigger heart – who touched the world with his "Love and Laughter”.

Gareth West

Gareth West

Gareth is an actor, model, and voice actor based out of Texas. He is known for such Anime roles as; Ittetsu Takeda in Haikyu, Seiya Takehaya in Tsurune, Kanichi Konishi in Food Wars, Haruka Shinozaki in My Girlfriend Is Shobitch, Lizard Misty in Saint Seiya, 2D in Golden Time, Akihiro Tsukaba in Chihayafuru, Tomoaki Yamagishi in O Maidens In Your Savage Season, and Dinkuron in Log Horizon. He is also currently playing the role of Jason Lee Scott the Red Power Ranger in the upcoming release Red Rising: A Power Rangers Fan Film. When not making anime voices or acting, Gareth enjoys basically anything nerdy under the sun. So whatever it is you are into, chances are you can come up and geek out. Because there is nothing he likes more than getting enthusiastic, and making new friends!

Robert L. Mungle

Robert L. Mungle

Robert L. Mungle is a voice actor for Funimation, ADV Films, Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks, and OkraTron 5000. The Right Reverend Robert L. Mungle founded The Whiskey Brothers in 1998. Since then, while the line-up has changed, it has been his outrageously loud voice that has led the group. Mungle has taken the stage everywhere from sold out theaters to seedy strip clubs. His IMDB page boasts over 100 different anime roles, from “Ghost Stories” to “Lady Death” to “Excel Saga.” He was born in Houston and you might recognize him from any of tons of anime roles, some of which include Amanojaku from Ghost Stories, Mr.8 from One Piece, Matsushita from Angel Beats, and Pedro Domingo from Excel Saga. He’s appeared in Akame ga Kill!, 009-1, Broken Blade, Gantz, Halo Legends, and many others.

Tom Fahn

Tom Fahn

Tom is best known as the voice of “Agumon” on the TV Series Digimon: Digital Monsters and recently reprised the role in the Digimon Adventure Tri movies and Video Game. Most recent Anime credits include Edens Zero for Bang Zoom! on Netflix and Cells at Work! Code Black for Funimation. Recent Video Game credits include Twin Mirror and One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows both for Bandai, as well as God of War for Sony. On Toonami Adult Swim, Tom’s voice can be heard on Dragon Ball Super, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Hunter X Hunter, Naruto and Bleach, among others.

Memorable career roles include Stu the Turtle and a Male Ox in Ice Age 2: The Meltdown directed by Carlos Saldanha for 20th Century Fox. Some Anime fans may remember Tom’s memorable death scene as Rocco Bonnaro in Cowboy Bebop with Steve Blum, directed by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn. A memorable Video Game credit includes begging for his life (yet again!) on Watchmen: The End Is Nigh directed by Collette Sunderman, and he’s also died several times, on several episodes, voicing several characters on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. A career highlight is working in the same studio on the old Hanna-Barbera lot where The Flintstones were recorded, playing the Woim in the Boid N Woim for Cartoon Network-What A Cartoon, directed by Kris Zimmerman.

From the early days of anime when it was known as Japanimation, other credits include The Guyver as Sho Fukamachi, and Orguss as Kei Katsuragi directed by Kevin Seymour. Originally from Huntington, New York, Tom always wanted to be an actor, but his greatest credits are his wife Dorothy, and their daughter. They live in Los Angeles where he is represented by the legendary Vanessa Gilbert at RSA.

Dorothy Fahn

Dorothy Fahn

Dorothy is known for video game roles including Mercedes in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Tsumugi in Danganronpa V3, Chihiro & Sayaka in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, and Rinea in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

In Anime she plays Pioran in To Your Eternity, Kie Kamado in Demon Slayer, Sai in The God of High School, Arte’s mom in Arte, Merribit in Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans, Konan in Naruto, Meryl in Trigun, Melody in Hunter X Hunter, Margaret in The Seven Deadly Sins, An/Natsumi and Cyprine & Ptilol in Sailor Moon, Ms. Bustier in Miraculous Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Kaoru in Rurouni Kenshin, Nerine & Alberta in Violet Evergarden, Kawaru Natari in Kakegurui, Lech’s Mom/Takako’s Mom in Forest of Piano Fuuko/Sky Raker in Accel World, Naru in Love Hina, Kyoko in Sword Art Online, Marina in Kuromukuro, Yoshino in Bleach, Ms. Ochiai in Your Lie In April, Hana Saryu in Ai Tenchi Muyo!, Marryl and Bernadette in Little Witch Academia, Sneetch’s Mom in Doraemon, Nena/Empress in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Lillymon-Rosemon-Tai’s Mom and more in Digimon and Digimon Adventure Tri movies, Maiko in Kill La Kill, Sakura in Rock Lee, Ren Hakuei in Magi The Kingdom of Magic, Taro in Devilman Crybaby, Miyu in Vampire Princess Miyu, Fujiko in Lupin the 3rd: The Castle of Cagliostro, Yoko in The Twelve Kingdoms, Hagoromo Gitsune in Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Mimori in S-CRY-ed, Suzu in Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Matsuri in Lucky Star, Tomoe in Rozen Maiden, Ruka in Vampire Knight, Nina Purpleton in Gundam 0083, Kyouko in Asterisk War, Amane in Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Sophie in Code Geass, Francoise in Cyborg 009, Zan in Heroes: Legend of the Battle Disks, and many more.

Other video game credits include Pokemon Masters,Valkyria Chronicles 4, Death End Request 2, Phantasy Online 2, Naruto Shippuden Shining Resonance Refrain, World of Warcraft: Legion, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, 2 & 3, Elsword, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, Fallout 4, League of Legends, Mugen Souls, Fairy Fencer F, Atelier Esha & Logy, Atelier Shallie, Persona 2, Star Ocean Till The End of Time, God Eater 2: Rage Burst, Earth Defense Force 2025, Yuri in Seven Knights and Seven Knights 2 to name few. She is represented by CTC Talent in Los Angeles CA, and thanks her hubby, daughter and family for all their love and support!

Kiba Walker

Kiba Walker

Kiba Walker is an actor and performer based out of Dallas, Texas. His most notable roles in anime, such as Haikyu (Koganegawa, Komi), My Hero Academia (Cider House Leader), Saint Seiya (Scylla Io), Black Clover (Paplo Espuma), Skate-Leading Stars (Irie), Back Arrow (Gote), Thetitan’s Bride (Caius Lao Bistail), Horimiya (Tanihara), Junji Ito Collection (Tsukano), Cells At Work!! (Mumps Virus), Cautious Hero (Kebono), Kono Ototomare (Naoya), Bofuri (Christmas Rose), And Case Fileno.221 Kabukicho (Diana). You Can Also Hear His Voice In Fruits Basket, Radiant, One Piece, To Love Ru, O Maidens In Your Savage Season, Akudama Drive, and many more.

In video games, his voice can be heard in Genshin Impact(Xu Liushi/wyratt/zexuan), Camp Buddy(Keitaro/yoshinori), Full Service (Sota), To Trust An Incubus (Kenta), Mister Versatile (Syd), Earthlock(Amon/gnart), Popup Dungeon (Dj Mute/thrilla Killa/centrian/nunchaku Ninja/tinkerer), Something In The Dark (Francis Hale/father Karver), Gyee (Caius), and many others.

His works include ISHIDA & ASAKURA and THE TITAN’S BRIDE. He also is a full-time drag performer, under the name SALEM MOON. You can follow him on Twitter at @justkibawalker or on Instagram at @kibathevoice or @salemmoondrag

Samurai Dan and Jillian

Samurai Dan and Jillian

The husband and wife team of Daniel and Jillian Coglan are full-time martial art instructors, specializing in 16th century Samurai Arts. When not teaching at their dojo, the Kojokan, they travel the United States performing and teaching the ancient ways of the most famous warriors in history.

With a combined 35 years of experience, their show is a unique blend of history, combative skill, and humor, designed to educate and entertain audiences both large and small.

Beyond their martial skills, the dynamic duo collaborated to write, direct, host, and star in a 12 episode TV series entitled, “The Way of The Samurai.”

Daniel is also an author, with several martial art articles published, and is currently working on his second full-length novel.

Jay Hickman

Jay Hickman

Jay began his career in anime in the 1990s, when he landed his first role at ADV Films in Master of Mosquiton. Since then, he has appeared in more than 100 titles with studios including ADV Films, Funimation, Sentai Filmworks, Switchblade Pictures, Okratron 5000, and others. As a character actor, Jay has been able to voice a broad variety of colorful roles, with the occasional romantic lead thrown in for good measure. His notable credits over the past two decades are Mechazawa in Cromartie High School, Spitfire in Air Gear, Sho Zama in Aura Battler Dunbine, Shiryu in Saint Seiya, Chuu and Hammond in One Piece, Kagetane Hiruko in Black Bullet, Chief Kurama in Elfen Lied, Koji in Generator Gawl, Toru Watanabe in Excel Saga, The Fool in Kaleido Star, Crusty in Log Horizon, SSS in Madlax, Dera Mochimazzi in Tamako Market, Sanetoshi Watase in Penguindrum, Prince Mytho in Princess Tutu, and Giraffe in Revue Starlight, among many others.

Jay’s voice has also been featured in live action series and films such as Dark Water, Synesthesia, Conduct Zero, The Fuccons, Touching Wild Horses, Gamera – Attack of Legion, as well as in the video game Unlimited Saga. Jay had his Toonami debut playing Dr. Stylish in Akame ga KILL!, followed by Shiro Kuramori in Parasyte – the maxim, and now Joichiro Yukihira in Food Wars!

John Swasey

John Swasey

John started down the road of anime in 1997, when he landed his first role in Golden Boy from ADV Films. Since then, John has gone on to voice hundreds shows and characters. John’s wife once quipped that there are certain actors who might be the “Brad Pitts” of anime but John is the “Kevin Bacon” of anime.

Being the character actor type has given John the freedom to voice bazillions of characters such as Undertaker in Black Butler, Salvador in Borderlands II (VG), Gendo in Evangelion, the Captain in Halo (VG), Lord Death in Soul Eater, Hoenheim in Fullmetal Alchemist, Sir Crocodile in One Piece, Salvador in Borderland II, Kogoro in Sgt. Frog, Huang in Darker than Black, Vulcan in Orphen, Ken in Kaleido Star, Captain Ahab in Hakugei The Legend of Moby Dick, Rikudoh in RahXephon, Mister in Coyote Ragtime Show, as well as roles in the live action films 2009 Lost Memories, Conduct Zero, Yesterday, Jungle Juice, and the Gamera trilogy. Most recently you can catch John in the broadcast series of GANGSTA as Chad, and Akame Ga Kill as Bols as seen on Toonami.

In 2004, John jumped to the other side of the “mic” to direct. Among the shows he has directed are Welcome to the N.H.K., AirGear, Wandaba Style, St. Seiya, Shadow Skill, E’s Otherwise, Michel, Jinki Extend and Shinobi (live action co-directed with longtime pal, Kyle Jones). John loves working in the world of anime as a director and voice actor! Currently John is working with pals Kyle Jones and Jay Hickman on an original animation full length movie called The Perfect Khan. In addition to anime, John has voiced thousands of radio and tv commercials – even acted in a few films. One of the coolest acting jobs was being the Beer Delivery Guy in Dazed and Confused.

Olivia Swasey

Olivia Swasey

Olivia Swasey started working in anime when she was just a kid doing bit parts and walla. In 2018 she graduated into larger roles such as: 3D Kanojo Real Girl (Ishino); Release the Spyce (Katrina); Revue Starlight (Maya Tendo); and 7Seeds (Ran).

She has also appeared in BanG Dream! (Yukina Minato), Bloom Into You (Midori Igarashi), Land of the Lustrous (Morga), and To Love-ru (Aya). She loves doing yoga and making brownies. She is always looking forward to her next project!

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker

Tyler Walker is a scriptwriter, ADR director, and VA. He began working as an engineer for FUNimation in 2002. Since then, he’s handled ADR director on nearly 1000 episodes of such series as Baccano!, Fairy Tail, Toriko, Ghost Hunt, Basilisk, Black Cat, Samurai Warriors, Hell Girl, Is This a Zombie, Kado, Tales of Zestiria, 91 Days, Dies Irae and King’s Game. He’s also written hundreds of scripts including Dr. Stone, Fire Force, Fairy Tail, Combatants will be Dispatched, One Piece, and Sonny Boy. He also plays synths, drums, and produces music with his band O. Deletron. Notable roles include Gang Orca & Bondo in MHA, Baba in Hinamatsuri, Scop in Fire Force, Nash Tringham in Full Metal Alchemist, Supashan in Hakyu Hoshin Engi, and probably a whole battalion of ill-fated soldiers.

Heather Walker

Heather Walker

Heather Walker loves the freaks, the geeks, and the oddballs. From birds and giant rats, to tortured mystical children and sexy nurses, she’s played a variety of roles. Whether screaming her head off or being innocently naughty, Heather loves extreme characters. Some of her roles include Kei in KaguyaSama:Love is War, Hamsuke in Overlord, Hiruko in Shangri-La, Aki in Maken-Ki, Mary Hughes in Fairy Tail, and Alma in AOT, and more. She studied creative writing and has adapted a few anime scripts of her own, including episodes of The Detective is Already Dead and others. In her free time, Heather is a photographer, animal lover, and of course, an avid Stardew Valley fan.

Morgan Berry

Morgan Berry

Morgan Berry is a voice actor, singer, and voice director; best known for her voice roles in various anime television series, films, video games, and web series. Some of the many franchises Morgan has voiced for include: “Pokemon”, “Dragon Ball”, “Beyblade”, “My Hero Academia”, “Final Fantasy”, “Inuyasha”, “Fire Emblem”, “Miraculous Ladybug”, “Sword Art Online”, “One Piece”, “Fruits Basket”, “Food Wars”, “Borderlands”, “Love Live!”, “Tokyo Ghoul”, “Smite”, “Overlord”, "The Rising of the Shield Hero”, “Marvel Avengers Academy”, “Cells at Work”, the award winning film “The Boy and the Beast”, and many more. Morgan has worked with many prestigious companies including Disney, Nintendo, Cartoon Network / Adult Swim, Marvel, Square Enix, SEGA, Funimation, Rooster Teeth, Team Four Star, and various other notable establishments.

Cole Feuchter

Cole Feuchter

Cole Feuchter is new to the scene but rising fast. His most notable work is on GameStop TV, a frequent content creator for ALL-IN. He’s also known for his work on shows such as THE SAINT’S MAGIC POWER IS OMNIPOTENT and AKUDAMA DRIVE.

His most notable video game work includes: Legend of the Phoenix as DUGUXIN, SONG YU, and ZHEN QI, Soul Land Reloaded as WAR GOD DAI MUBAI, ZHAO WUJI, YOUNG OSCAR, and YU XIAO GANG, Full Service as LENGA VALENTINE, Camp Buddy as NAOTO HAMASAKI/ARCHER SPRINGFIELD, Mister Versatile as LASCIVION, CHEF, FISHMONGER, SHINOBI JIJI, INQUISITOR, SWISS HAND and MECHANIC in Popup Dungeon, THE SPEAKER in The Divine Speaker, MOMO in Dear Monster, and additional voices in Contra Returns. He is the English dub voice of ASAKURA in Ishida & Asakura. If you want to learn more about Cole, you can check out his Twitter @LordAzria or his website at colefeuchter.com.

V is for Villains

V is for Villains

A new breed of entertainment. The intimate story. Epic visual stylings. That’s what you’re about to experience when getting ready for a V is for Villains concert. V is for Villains is a new breed of entertainment. Mixing the visual styles of Steampunk, Carnival and Noir, with the musical taste of Nine Inch Nails, Prodigy, and your favorite film score; V is for Villains will take you on a journey through the imagination that your mother couldn’t prepare you for. Most groups often say that they intend for “world domination”… V is for Villains might actually mean it…

Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld

Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld

Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld is a voice actor best known for her roles as Bonnie, Nurse Joy & Sophocles on Pokémon, Aina Ardebit in Promare; Strawberry Shortcake on Strawberry Shortcake; Polly Pocket on Polly Pocket; Olivia on Nella the Princess Knight; Rio Kastle, Queen, Grace & Gloria Tyler on Yu-Gi-Oh!; Siri on LastMan; LunaMaria Hawke in Gundam Seed Destiny; Kahori Harukawa in Psychic School Wars; Hansel in Secret Magic Control Agency; Joy LeFrog on Regal Academy; Musa in Winx Club; and Fraw Bow in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin. She has provided voices for numerous cartoons, video games, toys and commercials. She can also be seen performing theatre in New York City (most recently in the critically-acclaimed Once Upon A Mattress), and on-screen in her web series Crumbly Kitchen (crumblykitchen.com). For more info, check out her website (alysonleighrosenfeld.com), follow her on Twitter (AlysonRosenfeld), Instagram (alysonleighrosenfeld), or TikTok (@alysonleighrosenfeld).

Sarah Longfield

Sarah Longfield

One of the most exciting new guitarists in the metal genre, Sarah Longfield has attained international notoriety in metal circles with her superb 8-string technique, feel for melody, and eclectic musical background to take metal to new uncharted territories. In a short amount of time, Sarah has garnered a strong following worldwide and has been busy recording, doing clinics and going on tours on both the national and international levels. Sarah started out on music at the age of 8 on piano and then took up violin at 10, the flute at 11 and the guitar at age 12, which then led her to also take on drums/percussion as well as cello. This broad and eclectic musical background and training at an early age led her to have a very open mind towards all kinds of musical styles and genres even as she delved into the aggressive sounds of metal. As she developed more and more proficiency on the guitar through her teen years, she realized that the next step was to write and record her own music all by herself. Having been introduced to home recording techniques, she absorbed recording software, mixing and production methods. This development inspired her to take writing seriously and soon she was writing music that’d be covered live by her band called The Fine Constant.

September Mourning

September Mourning

September Mourning is a dark culture fantasy based on a graphic novel (Top Cow/Image Comics) created by singer Emily Lazar (September) and comic legend Marc Silvestri. Over the past year, the band has released three singles (Wake The Dead, Kill This Love, Falling Awake) through standard media platforms and a new single (Dirty) exclusively through a generative project collaboration with NFT Media Box (September’s Monsters). This generative drop is the follow-up to NFTs that Lazar minted and released in early 2021.

Lazar and September Mourning hold the prestigious accomplishment of being the first female-fronted hard rock/metal band to succesfully mint and sell NFTs, reaching #17 on the Opensea.io music charts. In 2022, September Mourning will partner with Crypto.com to release Soul Collection NFT Cards and Async.art to release a generative/programmable project. September and her band of Reapers is comprised of Emily Lazar, Rich Juzwick (former Gemini Syndrome), Kyle Mayer (former 10 Years), Aaron Hoover (former Sea of Treachery).

YTCracker

YTCracker

YTCracker is a rapper, former cracker, and Internet entrepreneur. YTCracker began producing rap music in 1998 in the genre that has since become known as nerdcore hip hop. YTCracker is a self-proclaimed “jack of all trades”, also making a name for himself as a professional disc jockey, computer programmer, graphics designer and webmaster. His music covers everything from computer hacking to bitcoin. He has performed on legendary stages across the world in front of some of the largest crowd both as a DJ and as a lyricist, including events like the Consumer Electronics Show, MAGFest, SXSW and beyond.

Quinton Flynn

Quinton Flynn

Quinton Flynn is beloved globally as Axel/Lea from Kingdom Hearts and Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2, 4 and Rising Revengeance (for which he received a Best Actor Award). Fans Love Flynn as: Kon in Bleach, Iruka Sensai in Naruto, Reno in Final Fantasy, Jhin in League of Legends, Timon in Timon & Pumbaa, and many others!

Quinton’s Classic Legacy Characters: Micky Mouse, Spider-Man, Venom, Human Torch, Jonny Quest, Gollum and more pop up often in his solo comedic improvisational Q&A convention panels along with celebrity impressions, song and audience participation.

His impressions and sound-a-likes have been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Paul McCartney, Mindhunter as Frank Sinatra, Robot Chicken as Elmer Fudd, Draco Malfoy and Swiper The Fox, The Adventures of Billy & Mandy as Christopher Walken, The Mystery of Natalie Wood as James Dean, Cartoon Hook Ups as Deadpool

Flynn seamlessly shape shifts from the deep, sinister and sexy, mad-scientist, Dr. Krankcase – Skylanders: Trap Team, to the polite and earnest Silver The Hedgehog in the Sonic game series! And his twisted Irish hitman Sir Henry Cooldown provided the right spice in the action-adventure hack and slash video games No More Heroes 1 & 2. He also lent his vocal gymnastics to – Star Wars: The Old Republic, Avatar The Last Airbender, Crash Bandicoot, Mass Effect, World of Warcraft, Batman Arkham City Origins, Lord Of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean to name a few.

Flynn’s Fan Favorite, the lovably nerdy Sheldon Lee, is back in My Life As A Teenage Robot on Amazon Prime! The resurgence of interest in that Nickelodeon animated gem also features Quinton as the heroic Sliver Shell and the despicable Don Prima + more than 50 other incidental voices!! So, Get In Like Flynn!

Kohei

Kohei

Kohei, a singer from Tokyo, Japan and moved to New York in the summer of 2011. Kohei is well known for singing R&B and Soul and has performed over 300 shows in the course of four years. He has performed in the all famous Apollo theater 8 times and got first place in 2014. He has opened up for Wu Tang Clan(Raekwon) R&B Legend Case, Lyfe Jennings and Lil mama in 2015 2016. He has done everything such as hosting a music event at the Jay-Z’s Moms restaurant, and being the Official Japan Fes MC. He was a finalist of McDonald’s Gospelfest 2016 and 2017, and featured on M-On TV with Japanese recording artist The RAMPAGE.

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