Who are GanimeJazz? – DONNA BURKE MERCHANDISE
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    About Ganime Jazz

    Formed in 2016 in Tokyo, Ganime Jazz combines the free beauty of jazz with songs from the Game and Anime world. Band members, fans of game and anime music, bring passion and originality to Donna’s original songs.

    Donna’s hit’s including Glassy Sky, Heaven’s Divide and God and Man receive fresh new arrangements with vocal, wood bass, piano, electric guitar and drums. Creating a fun, fresh and exciting live show that delights fans of game and anime music as well as jazz lovers.

    Ganime Jazz is based in Tokyo, Japan and have performed at events at the Peninsula Hotel Rally Nippon, The Tokyo American Club and No Bird in Ginza.

     

    VOCAL: Donna Burke

    PIANO: Shunsuke Itoh

    BASS:  Motoyoshi Ozawa

    DRUMS:  Kohji Ebisawa

    GUITAR: Tsuchiya Hideki

     

    For performance videos and gig dates, see here!

     

     

    About Donna Burke

    Western Australian singer Donna Burke gained millions of fans in 2010 when “When Heaven’s Divide” from the hit video game Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker was released worldwide. In 2015 “Sins of the Father” from MGSTPP cemented her status as a legend in game music. “Glassy Sky” from anime Tokyo Ghoul has over 12 million plays on You Tube and 20,000 cover versions by fans from all over the globe. 

    Donna is also an actress, voicing Raising Heart from the cult "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha" anime series since 2004, the iDroid in Metal Gear’s Ground Zeroes and Phantom Pain, (voted Game of the Year by PC Gamer with over 6 million games sold) and appearing in cult horror video games Silent 2 and 3 as Angela and Claudia. Donna’s voice is famous in Japan as the English announcer on the Shinkansen bullet train between Tokyo and Kumamoto. In December 2017, Nintendo Switch game ARMS added Doctor Coyle, a big boss voiced by Donna to the delight of fans worldwide.

     

    Read more here!