Tsuyoshi Matsubara

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Tsuyoshi Matsubara
Born (1979-01-02) January 2, 1979 (age 38)
Origin  Japan Tokyo
Genres Anison
Years active 1999 -
Labels Nippon Columbia
Website Blog

Tsuyoshi Matsubara (松原 剛志, Matsubara Tsuyoshi) is a Japanese singer and actor originally from Tokyo. He is a founding member of the vocal group Project DMM and in recent years has been a member of the Nippon Columbia group Project.R, gaining prominence as the vocalist for the 35th anniversary Super Sentai Series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger's opening theme song.[1] Matsubara has also appeared in various musical productions in Japan, including performing as Enjolras in a production of Les Miserables and Jack in Into the Woods.[2] He began being interested in an anison career when he was 16 and was taught by Ichirou Mizuki before debuting in the Ultra Series vocal ensemble Project DMM.[3]

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