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Shinya Yamada was born on 13 January, 1970 in Hadano, Kanagawa.

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Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 13 January 1970
Birthday 13 January
Birthplace Hadano, Kanagawa

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Shinya participated in the HIV/AIDS benefit concert Hope and Live ~ HIV/AIDS Support and Treatment Benefit Concert 2013, which was held on August 26–28 at Club Citta and included many other artists such as Zigzo and his Luna Sea bandmate Ryuichi. He also contributed to the Dead End tribute album Dead End Tribute – Song of Lunatics -.


In response to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan on March 11, Shinya supported Toshi at eight concerts throughout western Japan. All of the shows were acoustic due to the electricity shortage and also featured X Japan’s Heath and the Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa. All proceeds were donated to the Japanese Red Cross to aid the victims. In 2011 Shinya also joined Yellow Fried Chickenz, a band that also included Gackt and Chachamaru. However they disbanded after their July 4, 2012 concert, after only one year together.


On December 24, 2007, Shinya reunited with Luna Sea to play a one-night only concert at the sold-out 55,000 seat Tokyo Dome. The band would reunite once again at the hide memorial summit on May 4, 2008. From 2008 to 2009, Shinya was support drummer for X Japan vocalist Toshi’s project, Toshi with T-Earth. On August 31, 2010 he appeared with the other members of Luna Sea at a press conference in Hong Kong, where they officially announced their reunion and their 20th Anniversary World Tour Reboot -to the New Moon-.


Around 2005, he started the band Potbelly, with a younger singer named Milky. Although, they only released the single “Crash, Crash, Crash” on August 22, 2005. In 2006 he collaborated with Fake? (fellow Luna Sea member Inoran’s band) for songs on their album Songs From Beelzebub. Also in 2006, he became a support drummer for Dead End front-man Morrie’s project, Creature Creature, and teamed up with La’cryma Christi drummer Levin for several exhibitions in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Pearl Drums.


Shinya married former Morning Musume member Aya Ishiguro in May 2000. The couple have three children: daughters Rimu (玲夢 ) (born 2000) and Sona (宙奈 ) (born 2002), and son Youta (耀太 ) (born 2004).


Shinya played drums for the track “Back Line Best” on his fellow Luna Sea bandmate J’s 1997 debut solo album, Pyromania. Also in 1997, Shinya started a solo career where he was vocalist and drummer, his first release was the single “Rakkasuru Taiyou” released on September 26. The single “Hyôryûsha” followed on November 21, however, since the release of his first album No Sticks in December 1997, there hasn’t been any material released by his solo career. After Luna Sea disbanded in 2000, Shinya worked as support drummer for musicians such as Miyavi, Nanase Aikawa, Maki Ohguro, Kyosuke Himuro, and numerous others. He also occasionally teaches drums to students at the Osaka School of Music.


While attending high school, Shinya and his friend Sugizo were members of the power metal band Pinoccio. They were then briefly both in Kashmir. When Shinya was asked to join Lunacy on January 16, 1989, he insisted that Sugizo also join. In 1991, the band changed their name to Luna Sea and released their first album. They went on to become very successful, having sold more than 10 million certified units in Japan, and are considered one of the most influential bands in the visual kei movement.


Shinya Yamada (山田 真矢 , Yamada Shin’ya, born January 13, 1970) , better known exclusively by his stage name Shinya (真矢 ) , is a Japanese musician, media personality and entrepreneur. He is best known as drummer of the rock band Luna Sea. Although he released one solo album in 1997, since then he has supported other bands and musicians instead.