Ken Hirai

Ken Hirai is (apparently) a singer of some renown, and by some renown we mean that he's sold 14 million albums worldwide. One of his biggest hits is a Japanese version of the Henry Clay Work–penned song, "My Grandfather's Clock," originally written in 1876. Gulp. Anyway, the first Japanese singer ever to perform at the Apollo brings his falsetto back to NYC.


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