Masayuki Suzuki

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Masayuki Suzuki (鈴木雅之, Suzuki Masayuki, born September 22, 1956 in Ota, Tokyo) is a Japanese singer best known as a former member of Rats & Star (previously called Shanels). He is also called Japan's King Of Love Songs. His trademarks are sunglasses and a moustache, and he is nicknamed "Martin".


Similarly, Kiyomi Suzuki, who is a singer, is his older sister.

He formed Chanels in 1975, came out by debut single "Runaway" in 1980.

In 2004, he sang Japan's national anthem "Kimigayo" in F1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Circuit. And then, Suzuki apologized for causing Masashi Tashiro's car accident instead of Tashiro.

In 2006, he formed Gosperats (Gospellers + Rats & Star) played act with Nobuyoshi Kuwano, Yoshio Sato, Gospellers member Tetsuya Murakami and Yuji Sakai.


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