7!!(seven opps)NYC Debut Live@The Studio at Webster Hall (5/27) Enter To Win Free Tickets Now!


FCI Morning EYE presents
NARUTO ~Shippuden~」「FCI Morning EYETheme
7!!seven opps
NYC Debut Live
@ The Studio at Webster Hall (5/27)
Special TV program!!(5/31)

This Show is Invitation Only
Enter to win tickets here:

Deadline:May 22nd 3pm EDT

If you miss the live, watch them on Friday, May 31 on WRNN(NY/NJ/CT
FCI Morning EYE Special TV program feat 7!!

7!! (pronounced seven oops), a four-piece band from Okinawa, Japan, will have their very first LIVE performance in New York City on Monday, May 27th (Memorial Day). 7!! sang the theme songs for NARUTO Shippuden and also for FCI Morning EYE. For this special one-night-only event, FCI Morning EYE is happy to announce a ticket giveaway of 100 pairs of tickets!! (It’s a free show. But only the winning ticket holders will be admitted.)

Enter to win tickets here:


7!! ( pronounced as seven oops)

Four-piece band from Okinawa.
The group made a major debut on April 2011, with a single “Fallin Love” as the theme song for movie “High School Debut”. 2nd single “Lovers” is an opening theme for anime “NARUTO –Shippuden-”. 3rd Single “Bye Bye” attracted a lot of attention as the opening theme for anime “Kimito Boku”. Currently, their song “Nijiiro” is used as the theme song for TV program in US “FCI Morning Eye”. They are currently the hottest new-comer in the Japanese music scene. All the members write lyrics and compose songs filled with infectious pop melody.


Fujisankei Communications International, Inc. (FCI)

The US branch of Fuji TV, Japan’s leading TV network with over 100 million viewers. FCI provides Japanese language programs across the United States.

FCI Morning EYE: news program airs Monday thru Saturday 7-8 AM. In addition to the news from Japan, it covers entertainment, sports, events, travel food, health and trends and the Japanese pop/traditional culture. Part of the show is streaming live and the original stories are archived with English subtitles.  This is the perfect destination to learn more about Japanese culture.



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