Yuto Miyazawa

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Yuto Miyazawa
Birth name Yuto Miyazawa
Born (2000-02-21) February 21, 2000 (age 18)
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Rock, hard rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar, vocals
Years active 2008–present
Labels Relix
Associated acts The Robotix
Website http://www.yutoguitar.com/

Yuto Miyazawa (Japanese: 宮澤佑門 Miyazawa Yūto, born February 21, 2000) is a Japanese rock musician.


Miyazawa was born on February 21, 2000, in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives there with his parents. Miyazawa was named "The Youngest Professional Guitarist" by Guinness Book of World Records in August 2008.

Since his discovery, Miyazawa has performed with numerous musicicians over the past year including G. E. Smith, Les Paul, Galactic, Deep Banana Blackout, and Ozzy Osbourne.

He has appeared at Madison Square Garden, B. B. King's, Chris Noth and Steve Walter's The Cutting Room, Rodeo Bar in New York City, and at the Gathering of the Vibes festival.

In May 2009, Miyazawa appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he performed "Crazy Train" playing guitar and singing lead vocals. He named his musical idols as Ozzy Osbourne and Randy Rhoads, and showed his guitar to be an official Rhoads edition polka-dot Flying V.[1] After the performance, Ozzy Osbourne came on stage to give words of encouragement and awarded him with a signed plaque of Osbourne and Rhoads performing at a concert. Miyazawa appeared on stage at Blizzcon 2009 with Osbourne to play "Crazy Train" as the first encore performance.[2] In 2010, Miyazawa came back on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and played "Paranoid." He also played "Crazy Train" with Osbourne at Ozzfest 2010.[3]

In 2012, Miyazawa joined rock band, The Robotix, with other young musicians including Logan Robot Gladden, Angelina Baez, Brendan James, Jared Devino and Jon Casel.[4]