Kazufumi Miyazawa

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Miyazawa Sick Band - Kazufumi Miyazawa and Claudia Oshiro - Europe Tour 2005 (Przemyśl)

Kazufumi Miyazawa (宮沢和史, Miyazawa Kazufumi, born January 18, 1966) is the founder of the Japanese bands The Boom and Ganga Zumba. The former was noted in the 1990s for a fusion of rock, pop, and local Okinawan folk music. Miyazawa is responsible for virtually all lyrics and music for The Boom, who are best known for their 1993 hit song "Shima Uta."

In 2006, he founded the band Ganga Zumba which includes Marcos Suzano and incorporates Brazilian and other Latin American and Caribbean influences in its music.

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