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"Japan Emergenza Music Festival"

Emergenza, an indie-rock competition that launched in Europe in 1992 before spreading to North America, has now reached Japan. With attendance figures reaching over a million and a half people throughout the history of the events, it’s one of the strongest platforms for independent music bar none. Eleven bands will perform at the Japan final at O-East in Shibuya, with the winner going on to Germany to compete in the world competition. Among those gunning for glory are the dreamy, female-fronted folk-rock outfit Ho-Tsu-Ma, who perform in flowing robes, and Japan’s only participating gaijin band, Invago, much loved on the expat pub circuit for their winning soul and pop textures. - Metropolis Magazine


Invago is the type of band that could only come together in Tokyo: its five members claim five different nationalities and represent three continents. But when they come together, as they do in a succession of classic rock-flavored songs on their self-named debut album, it’s yet another reminder that music has no boundaries. Talking about the upcoming release, Italian frontman Luca Ceccatelli, a professional singer and songwriter for Japanese TV shows, can barely contain his enthusiasm. With a tour set to follow the debut of their self-titled album this weekend, the mood is likely to prove infectious. - Metropolis - Japan


LP- "Invago"- Feb 2007
The songs "Not Too Late", "One Day", "Take me for a ride", "Mi Alma" and "Still Waiting" have had airplay on Italian, German, Swiss and Japanese radios.



Invago was formed in January 2005 in Tokyo Japan by 5 guys with 4 different nationalities (Italian, French, British and Japanese) and musical backgrounds. This mix of styles and cultures, has produced throughout the years a powerful and passionate sound proving that music is universal, has no barriers, and has the power to unite people.
Invago has become one of the most successfull foreign bands based in Japan performing at various clubs and events throughout the country like the ASIAID Red Cross charity concert, the Ikegami-Honmonji Temple Music Festival, the Italian Chamber of Commerce, the Italian Cultural Institute Hall, the French Cultural Institute, Caretta Shiodome, the KatrinAid charity concert, the Amnesty International charity concert, and the Tokyo Rock Festival.
In june 2008 Invago was ranked third in Japan at the Emergenza Music Festival and Invago's "Conte" won the Emergenza prize for the best guitarist in Japan. The band has released its first self-titled CD "Invago" in early 2007 through japanese indie label Suzuki Records and is currently recording its second album. In late 2008 the band has toured Europe sponsored by the Emergenza group. Invago is also endorsed by Cole Clark guitars and G7th capos.