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Kiyoharu

Kiyoharu

Kiyoharu Mori (born 30 October 1968), better known by his given and stage name, Kiyoharu is a Japanese singer, songwriter, and guitarist, known for his vocal work with "Kuroyume" and "Sads". In 2003 he began his solo career, performing as both a singer, and guitarist.

After the pause in "Sads" activities in 2003, Kiyoharu began releasing solo work. His debut album, "Poetry", was released in 2004, showcasing not only his vocal skills, but his talent as a guitarist as well. He has collaborated with many artists, including "Pierrot" frontman, Kirito.

In 2006, Kiyoharu released two singles, as well as a new album, "Vinnybeach -Kakuu no Kaigan-", followed by two long, promotional tours. The following single, "Slow", was featured as the opening song for the anime series The Wallflower.

He released another studio album, "Forever Love", in 2007. It is dedicated to his father, who died. Kiyoharu released "Aibu" in early 2008, and in May the next single, "Samidare", was released.

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