Singer and pianist, Ikumi Koyama, joins X-Factor finalist and singer, Jason Brock, for a show of jazz standards. Their last performance in the Tokyo area was two years ago, and circumstances have allowed them to reunite and perform together again. Thus the title of the show, “Reunited in Jazz.”
This is Jason Brock’s tour of the Osaka Museum of History in Osaka, Japan! Jason totally recommends visiting if you like museums, Japanese history, Osaka and/or just great views! In Jason’s opinion, the views were the best thing about the museum actually – but the history is great, too.
X-Factor’s Jason Brock does a unique cover version of Donna Summer’s “MacArthur Park.”
X-Factor’s Jason Brock does a unique cover version of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” It’s gospel, soul, blues, pop?
X-Factor finalist and award-winning singer, Jason Brock, is singing live in Tokyo in his first concert this year on June 6, 2021 at 6pm. You can watch the concert streaming online or in-person.
Living in Japan is awesome, and X-Factor finalist Jason Brock is doing just that in a super tiny apartment in Tokyo (near Shinjuku) that is just 180 square feet (16.7 m2). But even though it’s small, it still gives an American foreigner a comfortable place to live in Japan. Now Jason goes to Nikko, Japan – Join him!
Living in Japan is awesome, and X-Factor finalist Jason Brock is doing just that in a super tiny apartment in Tokyo (near Shinjuku) that is just 180 square feet (16.7 m2). But even though it’s small, it still gives an American foreigner a comfortable place to live in Japan. Jason only pays ¥60000 (~$550) per month for rent, and for him that’s a great deal!
Moving to Japan? That’s a big decision, but maybe a good one! Jason Brock has been living in Tokyo, Japan for the last two years or so. He decided to put together a list of his top five reasons for living in Japan.
X-Factor’s Jason Brock starts Vlog on YouTube. YouTube Vloggers are everywhere, and Jason Brock wanted to join in. Watch his video to see his personal life in vlog form.
I just wanted to let you know that my 8th Annual Christmas Holiday show is on December 20th at 7pm (Japan Time). You can watch it virtually (online) OR in real life in Tokyo. You can get tickets for either option here.
If you come to the show in real life, it is in Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan at a piano bar called MyScotch. The information about the show is all here.
I hope you can make it, and have a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Kwanzaa!