Juliya and a Fuse TV crew interviewed X JAPAN's Yoshiki this past Sunday, August 8 at Lollapalooza. The chat is part of the network's one-hour "Lollapalooza 2010" special that premieres tonight, Friday, August 13.
The details are as follows
Premiere: Friday, Aug. 13 @ 8p/7C
Friday, Aug. 13 @ 11p/10C
Saturday, Aug. 14 @ 11a/10C
Sunday, Aug. 15 @ 2p/1C
Monday, Aug. 16 @ 3a/2C
Wednesday, Aug. 18 @ 5p/4C
X JAPAN, one of Japan's biggest rock bands, will headline two shows this weekend (August 14-15) at Japan's Nissan Stadium, playing to some 140,000 fans.
X JAPAN has shifted more than 30 million albums and has sold out the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome a record 18 times.
Fox News came by Yoshiki's Los Angeles recording studio and sat down with the drummer/pianist/songwriter to talk about the band's Lollapalooza appearance, as well as X JAPAN's plans to come to America. You can watch that interview below.
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