Takeru from SuG is a man of many talents, and he’ll be discussing these talents on a special event talk show airring on September 30th. Fans will be able to watch the show via Ustream, so add it to your calendar!
SuG’s frontman, vocalist Takeru, will be broadcasted on social TV 2.5D on September 20th in the feature event, “SuG – A Dissection of Takeru!”.
The event is a talk event that will take an indepth look at Takeru’s many talents, which include not only his music, but his novel writing, and costume design.
They will be welcoming guests from various genres to create rich discussions about things such as fashion, writing, film, and music, while also incorporting both video footage and music into the event.
Aside from Takeru, there will also be an announcer from the official site.
The event is being filmed at publically at Tokyo Shibuya PARCO Part 1, “2.5D” studio.
Those who buy any version of SuG’s new single, “sweeToxic”, that is coming out on September 19th, will have a chance to enter a lottery to be invited to the event. They will be choosing 70 names.
To view the event on ustream, tune in to http://www.ustream.tv/channel/2-5d1 on September 30th at 7:00pm Japan time. The show is scheduled to last until 10:00pm.
More details about SuG’s upcoming single are available here.
In more Takeru news, on October 31st, he will be releasing “BURU 2″, which is a personal book, and will cost 2300 yen for an A5 size and 160 pages.
Featured in the book will be a photo story, with polished photos of Takeru’s art concept. As was popular in the first version, there will also be a self-styling section, where he shows readers 7 days worth of style. They will be featuring a recap of Takeru’s performance style for 2011 and 2012, and there will also be a collection of Takeru’s serial story, “Takeru of SuG’s 50 x 50″.
From now until October 2nd they will be taking orders for the book, which has two types. The only difference in the types (the regular version and web shop purchase version) is that the covers are different.
Source: Natalie.mu (for the original article on the talk event), OHP