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Goodbye! Nao!

Goodbye! Nao!

Goodbye! Nao!


Goodbye!Nao! formed in October 2005,band named by famous retired Japan AV-star,Nao Saejima. Goodbye!Nao! might not be called a “Rock” band, but no one could describe them accurately. People might say that their sound is composed by many different style of music, fulled of skipping image, or the combination of experimental noise and melody. Although Goodbye!Nao! set as standard rock band, they often perform with Performance Art, Action Art, Live Art, Installation Art, Visual Art and video. Read more on Last.fm
Goodbye!Nao! formed in October 2005,band named by famous retired Japan AV-star,Nao Saejima. Goodbye!Nao! might not be called a “Rock” band, but no one could describe them accurately. People might say that their sound is composed by many different style of music, fulled of skipping image, or the combination of experimental noise and melody. Although Goodbye!Nao! set as standard rock band, they often perform with Performance Art, Action Art, Live Art, Installation Art, Visual Art and video. July 2006, Goodbye!Nao! was invited by the experimental muti-media and visual exhibition - “Altered States” to perform at the opening night party - “Noise Night” with some famous Taiwan and Canada experimental sound artists. Oct 2006, Goodbye!Nao! played with Dirty Three in their 2006 Asia Tour. They went to Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei.

Nov & Dec 2006, Goodbye!Nao! played with famous China experimental sound artist - “Yan-Jun” in his Taiwan tour. Goodbye!Nao! also performed in some local festival like Spring Scream, Autumn Tiger Festival and Hill Festival.(They set up Hill Festival with some friends.) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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