Koshi Inaba

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Koshi Inaba

B'z vocalist and songwriter
Background information
Origin Japan
Genres Rock, Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Blues, Jazz, Dance, Adult Rock, Metal
Years 1988–Present
Labels BMG Japan (1988-1995)
Vermillion Records (1995-Present)

Koshi Inaba (稲葉浩志) is a Japanese vocalist and songwriter best known as part of B'z. Born on September 23, 1964, in Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture. His real name is Hiroshi Inaba, though he uses Koshi in both his professional and personal lives.

Solo Discography

Singles

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Tooku Made (1998)
Tooku Made
CHAIN
Not Too Late
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KI (2003)
AKATSUKI
Shizuka na Ame
AKATSUKI Version S.S.S.
I'm on fire
AKATSUKI Version O
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Wonderland (2004)
Wonderland
Anata no Koe Dake ga
Kono Mune Furumasu
I AM YOUR BABY
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Okay (2010)
Okay
Salvation
My Mirai
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Hane (2016)
Hane
Symphony #9
BLEED
Suiro

Digital Exclusive Singles

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Nensho (2014)
Nensho
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Nakinagara (2014)
Nakinagara
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Stay Free (2014)
Stay Free
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Saturday (2014)
Saturday

Albums

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Magma (1997)
Reiketsu
Kuchibiru
Sono Switch wo Ose
Nami
Nemurenai no wa Dare no Sei
Soul Station
arizona
Fuusen
Taifuu Demo Kurya ii
Shakunetsu no Hito
Nani mo Nai Machi
Chopsticks
Jealous Dog
Ai Naki Michi
Little Flower
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Shian (2002)
O.NO.RE
LOVE LETTER
Touch
Trash
Overture
GO
Famiresu Gozen 3-Ji
Anata wo Yobu Koe wa
Kaze ni Sarawarete
Here I am!!
Honno
Seno de Revolution
Todokimasu You ni
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Peace Of Mind (2004)
Okaeri
Wonderland
THE RACE
Shoumen Shoutotsu
Suiheisen
Subete no Shiawase wo Oazuke ni
Tamayura
Hazumu Sekai
Koufuku e no Nagai Sakamichi
Yokorenbo
SAIHATE HOTEL
I AM YOUR BABY
Toumei Ningen
Ano Inochi Kono Inochi
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Hadou (2010)
LOST
Zettai(teki)
The Morning Call
Okay
Lone Pine
Eden
CAGE FIGHT
Koyoi Kimi to
Kono Te wo Totte Hashiridashite
Sariyuku Hito he
Fushichou
Shujinkou
Little Boy
Akai Ito
Itaike na Taiyou
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Singing Bird (2014)
Jimmy no Asa
oh my love
Cross Creek
Golden Road
Nakinagara
Stay Free
Bicycle Girl
Kodoku no Susume
Tomo yo
photograph
Route 53
Nensho

Collaborations

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Be What It Is (2006)
—STEVIE SALAS SOLO ALBUM—
Head On Collision (featuring Koshi Inaba)
-English Version of Shoumen Shoutotsu-
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SAHARA (2010)
—SLASH SINGLE—
SAHARA (featuring Koshi Inaba)
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Slash (2010)
—SLASH SOLO ALBUM—
SAHARA (English Version)
-Deluxe Edition Only-

Live Tours

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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2004
~en~

Koshi's first solo tour. Given that he had previously released two singles and studio albums prior to the tour, with a third released shortly after its conclusion, Koshi had plenty of material for the many dates of the tour that lasted from mid-July to late August 2004. The setlist changed a great many times during the tour's run and featured only Koshi's solo material with no B'z songs included. Notably, one of the support members responsible for guitar on the tour was Yoshinobu Ohga who would later become a backing guitarist for B'z beginning in 2011.


Concurrent Events: THURSDAY LIVE at hills Bread Factory "ROCK NIGHT" OPENING ACT, SUMMER SONIC 04, THE ROCK ODYSSEY 2004

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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2010
~enII~

Koshi's second solo tour, this time in support of his latest solo album Hadou. The setlist featured songs from throughout his solo catalogue and saw longtime B'z drummer Shane Gaalaas join full-time for the entire tour. The tour itself covered all of Japan, beginning in Fukuroi's Ecopa Arena and ending at the esteemed Nippon Gaishi Hall.


Concurrent Events: SUMMER SONIC 2010 (Slash featuring Koshi Inaba: "SAHARA")

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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2014
~en-ball~

Koshi's third solo tour, taking place in June 2014 in support of his fifth studio album Singing Bird.

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Extra Performances on
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Koshi Inaba LIVE 2016
~enIII~

Koshi's fourth solo tour that toured Japan from January to March of 2016 with the finale taking place over three nights at the world famous Nippon Budokan.

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Other Works