Dedicated to music lovers around the world, this is a tale of a miracle brought about by two
teenage girls, created by a top production team featuring Shinichiro Watanabe as supervising
director, Eisaku Kubonouchi as original character designer, and animation production by
©BONES, Shinichiro Watanabe/Project CAROLE & TUESDAY
This is the third Carole & Tuesday live concert. It
will be held at LINE CUBE SHIBUYA in Tokyo.
Previously, the 1st Carole & Tuesday Live ~ The Loneliest Girl ~, was held at Harajuku Quest
Hall in Tokyo on August 11 and the 2nd Carole & Tuesday Live ~ Army of Two ~, was held at
Stellar Ball, Tokyo Prince Hotel on October 6.
There will be purchasable items to make the live experience more enjoyable.
1/19 (Sun) 9:00 JST One time only!
Other streaming times are as follows:
Carole (Vo. Nai Br.XX)
Tuesday (Vo. Celeina Ann)
Angela (Vo. Alisa)
Crystal (Vo. Lauren Dyson)
Cybelle (Vo. Maika Loubte)
Pyotr (Vo. J R Price)
Carole & Tuesday Party! is collaborating with the Carole & Tuesday Fan Art Contest by Medibang! Please enjoy some fan art before watching the concert.
Find out if you’re Carole, Tuesday, Gus, Roddy, Angela, Tao, Ertegun, Crystal, Skip, Pyotr, Cybelle, GGK or Desmond.
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Nai Br.XX was born in New York. Influenced by her family, she grew to love Jamaican music from a
young age, and the rhythm and sounds she learned as a child form the basis of her repertoire
today. At age 12, she moved to Atlanta, her current base of activities. There, she attended
Georgia State University, where she met producer Sensei Bueno, an encounter that led to her
first serious musical production. With an elegant voice honed through vigorous musical
activities, she approaches music from a bold new angle, differentiating herself from the humdrum
beats currently saturating the contemporary music scene and earning praise from critics and
radio listeners alike. Inspired by Tina Turner’s performances, she enchants audiences with her
vivid expressions during gentle, flowing acoustic sets and energetic band/DJ sets.
Born in Tokyo, Celeina Ann is a singer-songwriter who attracted attention through her performance
in Aozora Caravan, a popular segment of the NTV series ZIP! Influenced by her father, she began
playing the guitar in junior high school, and in 2014, she launched her own official YouTube
channel, “Celeina Ann’s Channel,” where she posts covers of western songs. Her mini-album “We
Are One,” which was released in November 2015, ranked 4th on iTunes’ album chart, surpassing
many major artists. In July 2016, she made her major debut with the mini-album SUNDAYS, which
consisted of six songs, including CHANGE, an official song written for cosmetics manufacturer
CLINIQUE’s campaign “One step toward change.” In April 2018, she launched a regular program on
bay fm called SUNDAY! FUN!DAY and began VJing for International Flash on Japanese music channel
Space Shower TV.
Alisa is a young Melbourne University Arts student, who discovered her love of performing at an
early age through dance, musical theatre and singing on stage.
Born in England on September 28, 1998, Alisa spent her childhood between the UK, Japan?and
An off-handed comment over dinner by leading Japanese film?director Yukihiko Tsutsumi?inspired
Alisa to try writing her first ever song at the age of 18.?
Alisa’s talent?in songwriting and singing was highly acclaimed?when her?song “walls,” which was
chosen to be the theme song for the much-anticipated SICK’s drama series, commenced streaming
online?in Japan in April 2018.
Alisa is also currently the bright and bubbly host of Kids Station’s “ABC Broccoli!”, an
educational programme aimed at teaching English to young Japanese children.
DYSON is a multi-platinum artist and songwriter, currently published by Universal Music
Publishing Group Sweden. The UK native started her career with top 40 success touring sold out
arenas with dance music phenomenon Basshunter. DYSON went from writing poetry in her bedroom to
writing songs that would be sung in clubs, stadiums and be played on radio stations worldwide.
The talented creative has written hits for countless artists, including K-pop sensation BTS
(“I’m Fine”), Girls Generation (“Bad Girl”), Jo Kwon (the Avicii produced “Animal”), Astrid S
(“Paper Thin”), Wiktoria (“Save Me”), Anastacia (“Caught in the Middle”), top 10 Billboard chart
topper by Skylar Stecker (“Blame”), Red Velvet, Taeyeon, Cascada, Liam Ferrari (“Hurt”) and many
more. Her stunning vocal ability and songwriting skills can be heard through her collaborations
with EDM DJ's Borgeous, Michael Woods, Shaun Frank, Loud Luxury (‘Sex Like Me’ feat. DYSON),
Sander Kleinenberg, TYDI, Leeyou & Danceey, SAVI and more.
DYSON was hand selected by the Grammy Foundation in 2017 to perform at the renowned Grammy
Showcase at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, and was tipped as “One To Watch” shortly after. The
talented singer is no stranger to the charts and after having achieved her first top 10 on the
Billboard Dance Chart in 2017 with legendary DJ Sander Kleinenberg (‘Feel Like Home’), she is
now armed with a collection of catchy, honest pop songs, a motivated team and all of the
ingredients she needs to take her career to the next level.
2019 has been an exciting year for DYSON, with 2 collaborations released on Sony Music's
Disco:wax, her own Splice vocal pack reaching the charts and several songwriting placements with
major artists including a landing a song on BTS' next album, Tyron Hapi and Liam Ferrari's ‘The
Times’ due for release mid-2019 and Mackenzie Ziegler's single ‘Emoceans’ which came out earlier
this year. The talented artist is now preparing a round of solo singles for release and is ready
to devote all of her time into championing her artist project.
Singer-songwriter/track maker/DJ. The purchase of a vintage analog synthesizer at a local
recycle shop led to Maika Loubte producing music in a style that combines dream pop and
electronic. Born to a French father and Japanese mother, she spent her early childhood and teens
in Japan, Paris, and Hong Kong.
In the summer of 2016, she released her first album Le Zip (Digital/CD+42P Photo Book). Later,
in March 2017, she released the EP Skydiver, which was chosen for J-Wave’s Tokio Hot 100. In May
2017, she performed at the music festival Super Summer Sound 2017 in Bangkok alongside major
artists such as Underworld. She also performed at Summer Sonic 2017. Then, in July of the same
year, she collaborated with Gap 1969 Records to product a music video titled “Candy Haus,” which
was streamed and released on a 7 inch LP. In addition to her indie activities, she has also
produced music for numerous fashion brand commercials, including Shu Uemura and Agnes B, and has
released a total of two albums and three EPs to date.
Also in 2017, she appeared in a Mercedes Benz’s web commercial, which was planned and produced
by Highsnobiety. The same commercial also featured one of her unannounced songs.
Her live performances in Taiwan, China, Korea, Thailand, and France have also been very
successful, broadening her fan base. She is planning to release a new album in 2019. This album
will feature a guest appearance by Miho Hatori, formerly of Cibo Matto, and mastering by Alex
Gopher, who has worked on Pheonix and Daftpunk albums.
London based J R Price (Joss Price) was originally found huddled underneath a piano on aShropshire hillside sometime in the early 90s (exact date of birth was never ascertained). Hissound is defined by desperately melancholic vocals. Whilst sporting his own approach tomelodies, Joss channels many ghosts in the hall of fame of left pop, oscillating melismaticallybetween the dizzy heights of his falsetto and the deep, richness of his belt. He could bedescribed as the love child of Bon Iver, Sam Smith and Anohni. His roots are organic; imperfectdashes of piano with equal measure mood and moog. Joss is releasing his debut material in2020.