Saturday, December 20, 2008
Anza HPP Blog 12/19/08
Hey, it's Anza (star)
I'm so busy everyday that it appears that I'm passed feeling, but...the HPP members have safely completed their influenza inoculations, so we're thoroughly prepared. (laugh)
Our pre-professional demo recording and tour!
Next year! We're pushing it to the limit. (laugh)
Truly, 2008 for HPP was a year of "Firsts" to challenge us, I think. To look back on it, we really opened up to different experiences.
In a rare tour of Japan, we were the opening act for "In This Moment". Then we appeared together in the Beijing, China performance as well.
We made out first tour of Australia, and participated for the second time in the Formoz Festival at Taipei, Taiwan. We played at MUCC's Event, appeared on stage at Loud Park, did the TOC concert, and finally we finished up with the One-Man Show....
When I stop to think about it, we had an amazing year......
We also released our 2nd Live DVD.....We had a wonderful wonderful 2008.
It's all thanks to the support given by everyone of you. Truly Thanks, and thanks some more!!!!
However, it's too early to look back on New Year's Eve and the stage run for The GIFT musical, before it goes in front of an audience, right? (laugh)
Absolutely, next year we'll be concentrating fully on our live performances! We'll be boarding a plane and hitting even the most distant places in Japan!
I'm taking special care to keep an eye on Passports. (laugh) Especially in Narumi's case, right? (laugh)
Darling, on the occasion that we come to perform in your town, certainly come out to meet us, OK? (heart)
There's one Event ahead before any of this will happen. It's Christmas time~.
Wait a minute!
I need to get a ticket for Kentucky Fried Chicken, and I need to attempt to reserve a strawberry sponge cake.......(laugh)
I'm thinking that Anza is talking about over seas shows when she mentions Passports.
Also, that is correct, in Japan, you need a ticket to buy Kentucky Fried Chicken on Christmas Eve.
One more thought before I wrap this up, the pre-profesional demo recording that HPP will be making is something you do before getting signed with a major label. At least, that's what I'm hoping she means.