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Humming Bird

Humming Bird

Humming Bird


There are at least 2 artists named Humming Bird: 1) In the 1980's, Yoshiki Fukuyama and Toshiyuki Furuya, along with several other friends formed the band Maps. By 1988, Maps had evolved into the band Humming Bird for which Fukuyama is often remembered. Initially, Humming Bird had only two official members: Yoshiki Fukuyama on guitar and vocals and Toshiyuki Furuya on bass and vocals. Various friends also played. The final band roster was set in 1992 with the official addition of Shoichiro Aso on drums. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least 2 artists named Humming Bird: 1) In the 1980's, Yoshiki Fukuyama and Toshiyuki Furuya, along with several other friends formed the band Maps. By 1988, Maps had evolved into the band Humming Bird for which Fukuyama is often remembered. Initially, Humming Bird had only two official members: Yoshiki Fukuyama on guitar and vocals and Toshiyuki Furuya on bass and vocals. Various friends also played.

The final band roster was set in 1992 with the official addition of Shoichiro Aso on drums. Humming Bird enjoyed moderate success, having released nine albums before disbanding in May 2000. Humming Bird played a blend of rock and folk with roots in the hard rock and roll of the 1960s to 1980s, such as Queen, The Beatles, and The Eagles. They are often considered the "real life" equivalent to the fictional band Fire Bomber that was made famous in the anime Macross 7. Most of the time, the work was merely credited to Fire Bomber, although Fukuyama's name does appear in the songwriting credits of several songs.

Both Fukuyama and Humming Bird are both listed in the “Thank You” section of all the Fire Bomber album credits. Humming Bird has also "covered" some Fire Bomber songs (e.g., "My Soul For You," "Dynamite Explosion), which appear on their albums. 2) In 2011, Utah rock band The Lunatic went on a hiatus. During which time members focused on other projects. (Plume, Two Pale Zeros, etc.) One such project was Humming Bird, a side project/supergroup comprising members from other local bands.

Their first video was for single "True Poets" and is a parody of videos by Zwan. Their album Hey, There's Tommy! Hey Tommy, Where's Mom & Dad was offered by the band for free download upon its release in October, 2011. 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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