September 26, 2016

ATSUHI from EXILE will move his performance base overseas until 2018.E

ATSUSHI uploaded his message on EXILE official website, saying he had been wondering for years what he was supposed to do for his and the group’s improvement while other original members, Hiro, MATSU, USA and MAKIDAI left the group as performers. Until his return EXILE will keep its activities without ATSUHI but their fan club, Facebook, Monthly EXILE magazine, and the TV program, Weekly EXILE will update his latest status. Facebook: EXILE Official... Read More

July 26, 2016

EXILE ATSUSHI Sings National Anthem “Kimigayo” at Dodgers Stadium

EXILE ATSUSHI is going to sing Japanese national anthem “Kimigayo” at Dodger Stadium for major league game “LA Dodgers vs Tampa Bay Rays on the 26th of July (local time) in Los Angeles US. He will be the first to sing Japanese anthem at Major league game in US. Also at the ceremony, Kenichi Ebina, a dancer who won “America’s Got Talent Season8” and performed on TV and with Madonna and Cirque de Soleil. Also, Judith Hill, a soul singer whose mother is a Japanese... Read More

August 21, 2014

EXILE ATSUSHI to play Carnegie Hall in December for his first U.S. performance

Composer Tim Janis has been putting on “Christmas Carol Concert” every year since 2006. Proceeds from the concerts are donated to several different charities. ATSUSHI will be the very first Japanese guest to be invited. He will perform his own songs as well as Tim’s songs along with a 200-member choir. This will be ATSUSHI’s first performance in America. 9th Annual Christmas Carol Concert December 4, 2014 (Thursday) Carnegie Hall, New York Facebook – al... Read More

March 10, 2014

EXILE ATSUSHI Reveals Live Video From Waikiki Shell, Hawaii

EXILE ATSUSHI will be releasing his new album “Music” on March 12. A digest video for “EXILE ATSUSHI SPECIAL SOLO LIVE in HAWAII”, which will be featured on the new album, has been revealed. The outdoors live concert held at Waikiki shell in Hawaii, in November 2013, was greeted with a warm Hawaiian breeze that blew under the clear blue sky and bright-red setting sun. The concert featured a truly special setlist containing various Japanese classics and International... Read More