Plenty debuted their first album "Haikei. Minasama" in October 2009 and held their first nationwide tour in January 2010. On July 30, 2011 the band's drummer, Yoshioka, announced his withdrawal from Plenty. On August 4th, 2014 Nakamura (ex. the cabs) joined the band as an official drummer The band gets their name from a parfait shop in Chōshi, Chiba. On April 13th 2017 they announced that they would disband in September 2017 after a last tour. Timeline: 2008: they appeared on "COUNT DOWN JAPAN 08/09" 2009/05: first one-man live at 吉祥寺WARP 2009: release of a 1000 copy demo cd called 後悔 2009/10/21: release of their first album called 拝啓。皆さま 2009/10/24: sold out one-man live called "レコ発ワンマン「 拝啓。皆さま」" 2010/01: nationwide tour: "plenty tour 「拝啓。皆さま」" 2010/04/21: release of their second album called 理想的なボクの世界 More info can be found on their official website at http://www.plenty-web.net/. 2.
Plenty (previously: MEASURE) was a melodic hi-tech pop/rock/westcoast/AOR band from Denmark. They released their album in 1997 on a small label called KICK records. Bandmembers are: Søren Kühle on keyboard, Jan Klausen on vocals, Kim Johansen on drums, Claus Langeskov on bass and Bo Langhoff on guitar. 3. Plenty is/was a shortlived project of Marius Martinsen (guitar), Jacob Greve Johannesen (guitar, steelguitar, flute), Ståle Karlstad (bass) and Martin Hovin (drums) which started late summer 2010. Reaching the national final of the Emergenza contest and playing rockefeller as a natural highlight of their career so far. 4.
The band began their activity in 2008 performing at different events. Plenty started as a 5 member band. In the meantime another member came along and the idea of Plenty was achieved. Music styles: funk, soul. In 2009 Plenty performed at the International Festival Of Culture Sibiu.
2010 brought the band a prize for participating at Sibiu Jazz Festival. The music Plenty creates conveys love, good mood and honesty. 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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