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A list of members from the live band, MKP39.

Names are rendered in Western order.

MK39Edit

Kei SuzukiEdit

Kei Suzuki MKP39

Kei Suzuki (鈴木啓, Suzuki Kei) is a keyboardist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of the band that performed in the 2011 Tokyo and Sapporo VOCALOID concerts (Hatsune Miku Live Party Mikupa), Mikupa Singapore, Miku no Hi Dai Kanshasai, and also Miku Expo Live in New York and Los Angeles.

He works as a keyboardist, sound producer, and also a band manipulator, for both MKP39 and Magical Mirai 2014-2015.

Prior to Hatsune Miku Live Party 2012, his live equipment consisted of: Yamaha Motif XS8 and a Roland V Synth version 2. For the MikuPa 2012 concert the Motif XS8 was replaced by a Kurzweil K 2600.

More recently he has used a Native Instruments Komplete 10, Komplete Kontrol S61, and a Maschine Studio as a part of his gig for the US MikuExpo concerts.

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Kouji KinoshitaEdit

Kouji Kinoshita MKP39

Kouji Kinoshita (木下浩二, Kinoshita Kōji), born August 23, 1979, is a guitarist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of the band that performed in the 2011 Tokyo and Sapporo VOCALOID concerts (Hatsune Miku Live Party Mikupa) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Singapore VOCALOID concert as part of Rock Your Soul - Super Anisong Concert.

He was the only guitarist performing at the Tokyo concert. Kouta Nakamura joined the band for the first time at the Sapporo concert, and remained with them for their Singapore performance.

In 2013, he played at the "39's Spring the 3rd Synthesis" performance in Kansai.

In 2015, he returned as the guitarist for the MUSIC STATION Ultra FES performance.

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Kouta NakamuraEdit

Kouta Nakamura MKP39

Kouta Nakamura (中村康太, Nakamura Kōta) is a guitarist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of MKP39, the band that performed in the 2011 Sapporo VOCALOID concert (Hatsune Miku Live Party Mikupa) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Singapore VOCALOID concert as part of Rock Your Soul - Super Anisong Concert. He and the band returned to perform the March 8, 2012 as well as March 9, 2013 concerts. He returned as the guitarist for the Late Show performance, Miku Expo LA/NYC, and ANISONG World Tour Lantis Festival in Las Vegas.

He did not perform alongside Kouji Kinoshita during MKP39's first performance at the 2011 Tokyo VOCALOID concert.

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Masaru TeramaeEdit

Masaru Teramae MKP39

Masaru Teramae (寺前 甲, Teramae Masaru) is a guitarist best known in the Vocaloid community for replacing Kouji Kinoshita in 2014 as the guitarist in MKP39 for Miku Expo Indonesia. He went on to perform for the SNOW MIKU LIVE concerts, and Magical Mirai 2015-2016.

Ryoichi "KIKU" KikushimaEdit

Ryoichi Kikushima MKP39

Ryoichi "KIKU" Kikushima (菊嶋"KIKU"亮ー), born July 8th 1980, is a drummer best known in the Vocaloid community for performing as part of MKP39, replacing Yuhei Matsuoka. He has performed for the Hatsune Miku Live Party in Taiwan and Hong Kong concerts, the Hatsune Miku Live Party in Sapporo 2013 concert, the Hatsune Miku Live Party in Kansai 2013 concert, the Miku Expo 2014 Indonesia concerts, the Late Show performance, the Miku Expo 2014 LA/NYC concerts, the ANISONG World Tour performance, the SNOW MIKU LIVE concert, the Miku Expo 2015 Shanghai concerts, the MUSIC STATION Ultra FES performance, and Miku Expo Japan 2016. (One of the performances had drummer Kamata Kosuke filling in for Ryoichi.)

Equipment, events, updates, more info can be found in the links below.

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Sachiko WakamoriEdit

Wakamori Sachiko

Sachiko Wakamori (若森さちこ, Wakamori Sachiko) is a percussionist best known in the VOCALOID community for her performances as part of MKP39 at the 2012 VOCALOID concert Miku no Hi Dai-Kanshasai in Tokyo, Japan, and at the Hatsune Miku Live Party Kansai 2013 concert.

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TABOKUNEdit

Tabokun MKP39

Tabokun (達弘遠藤, Tatsuhiro Endo) is a bass guitarist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of MKP39, replacing Toshiaki Monma, at the Hatsune MIku Live Party in Taiwan and Hong Kong concerts, the Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 in Sapporo concert, the Hatsune Miku Live Party 2013 in Kansai concert and the SNOW MIKU LIVE concert.

Toshiaki MonmaEdit

Toshiaki Monma MKP39

Toshiaki Monma (門馬敏明, Monma Toshiaki) is a bass guitarist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of MKP39, the band that performed in the 2011 Tokyo and Sapporo VOCALOID concerts (Hatsune Miku Live Party Mikupa) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Singapore VOCALOID concert as part of Rock Your Soul - Super Anisong Concert. He and the rest of the band returned to perform in the 2012 March 8 VOCALOID concert.

Yuhei MatsuokaEdit

Yuuhei

Yuhei Matsuoka (松岡悠平, Matsuoka Yuhei) is a drummer best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of the band that performed in the 2011 Tokyo and Sapporo VOCALOID concerts (Hatsune Miku Live Party Mikupa) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Singapore VOCALOID concert as part of Rock Your Soul - Super Anisong Concert.

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The 39'sEdit

Akitoshi KurodaEdit

Akitoshi Kuroda The 39&#039;s

Akitoshi Kuroda (黒田晃年, Kuroda Akitoshi), born September 19, 1977, is a guitarist best known within the VOCALOID community for performing with The 39's, the band that performed in the 2010 Tokyo VOCALOID concert (Hatsune Miku 39's Giving Day) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Los Angeles VOCALOID concert as part of Anime Expo (Mikunopolis).

His final performance as a member of The 39s was on March 9, 2012, as part of "Many 39s Giving Day". Since then, the band contract has not been renewed and future VOCALOID concerts have been using the second generation MKP39.

Discography

Album: Inside Out

Tracks: 1:inside out 2:week 3:blue 4:radiant 5:noted 6:wallflower 7:one life 8:old hearts 9:john 10:sole

He also performs with YUI.

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Jun AbeEdit

Jun Abe The 39&#039;s

Jun Abe (安部潤, Abe Jun), born March 1, 1968, is a composer, arranger, and pianist.

He is best known in the VOCALOID community for being the keyboardist of The 39's, the band that performed in the 2010 Tokyo VOCALOID concert (Hatsune Miku 39's Giving Day) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Los Angeles VOCALOID concert as part of Anime Expo (Mikunopolis).

His final performance as a member of The 39s was on March 9, 2012, as part of "Many 39s Giving Day". Since then, the band contract has not been renewed and future VOCALOID concerts have been using the second generation MKP39.

He has released two albums so far: The Sensimillia Family Tree (2004) and Our Purpose Here (2008). He has also collaborated with many other artists on their works.

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Shin OritaEdit

Shin Orita The 39&#039;s

Shin Orita (折田新, Orita Shin) is a drummer best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of The 39's, the band that performed in the 2010 Tokyo VOCALOID concert (Hatsune Miku 39's Giving Day) and,subsequently, at the 2011 Los Angeles VOCALOID concert as part of Anime Expo (Mikunopolis).

His final performance as a member of The 39s was on March 9, 2012, as part of "Many 39s Giving Day". Since then, the band contract has not been renewed and future VOCALOID concerts have been using the second generation MKP39.

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Shingo TanakaEdit

Shingo Tanaka The 39&#039;s

Shingo Tanaka (田中晋吾, Tanaka Shingo), born June 6, 1977, is a bass guitarist best known in the VOCALOID community for performing as part of The 39's, the band that performed in the 2010 Tokyo VOCALOID concert (Hatsune Miku 39's Giving Day) and, subsequently, at the 2011 Los Angeles VOCALOID concert as part of Anime Expo (Mikunopolis).

His final performance as a member of The 39s was on March 9, 2012, as part of "Many 39s Giving Day". Since then, the band contract has not been renewed and future VOCALOID concerts have been using the second generation MKP39.

He is more famous in Japan as a Support-Member bassist for the Jazz-Fusion Band named T-SQUARE.

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