Urban Waltz

KOHSHOW made his debut in 1983 with the world-famous musical “The Sound of Music” in Japan. He started his career as a professional musician after that. The first few years he was a session musician for several famous singers. In 1990 he was the music director and played the piano on The Drifters tour of Japan, and the leader of the American great vocal group praised KOHSHOW as a “Genius”. The people who know him appreciated his value, and he actually received debut offers from many major labels. But he declined all the offers because he needed enough time to make an original song to his satisfaction. He spent 40 years, finally completing a satisfying song. This is “Urban Waltz”.