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Kōshi Inaba

Kōshi Inaba

Real/full name:
53 (born Sep 23rd, 1964)
Place of origin:
Japan (Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture)


Koshi Inaba is half of the legendary Japanese rock duo B'z with whom he has sold 90 million records in Japan alone, the most sales of any artist in the entirety of Asia. On top of an extensive solo career, he and Tak Matsumoto have ongoing friendships with several notable musicians, such as Steve Vai, Slash, (#invalid artist link ID#), Marty Friedman, and Steve Tyler among others, some of whom ...


Before his breakthrough, Koshi Inaba first appeared on Ran Matsukawa's album "Burning" on which he used the name "Mr. Crazy Tiger".

Guest appearances:
Steve Vai's song "Asian Sky", as well as Slash's song "Sahara".


Vocals (1988-present)

Toshiya Matsukawa

As Mr. Crazy Tiger:

1985 Burning Vocals
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