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CEO  Yoshitaka Hori (2008–)
Founder  Takeo Hori
Headquarters  Japan
Founded  1963
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Horipro (株式会社ホリプロ, Kabushiki Kaisha Horipuro) (TYO: 9667 as of May 2012) is a large Japanese talent agency. It was founded in 1963 as Hori Productions (ホリプロダクション Hori Purodakushon) and changed to its present name in 1990.

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In the 1970s, one of Hori Productions' most famous stars was singer Momoe Yamaguchi.

In 1989, Horipro purchased the publishing assets of famed rock band Kiss. Next, the company moved on to invest in more catalogs. A year later, HoriPro entertainment Group opened their first U.S. location in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, Horipro's songwriters would go on to write many hits for some of Country music's most recognized voices.

In 2006, Horipro's first Los Angeles location opened. The company's catalog has expanded to include over 13,000 songs in each major genre. HEG's Los Angeles location is in partnership with Horipro Music Academy, a music enrichment school for children. Additionally, HEG Los Angeles began MusicTaste, a boutique artist development label that is placed within the publishing company. MusicTaste's artists include Matt Palmer, Dori Caymmi, and more.

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Notable members

  • Yuki Furukawa
  • Tsuyoshi Abe
  • Kon Arimura
  • Haruka Ayase
  • Tatsuya Fujiwara
  • Kyoko Fukada
  • Haruka Ishida (AKB48)
  • Satomi Ishihara
  • Tomomi Itano (AKB48)
  • Kazue Itoh
  • Tomomi Kasai
  • Yuu Kashii
  • Haruka Kinami
  • Daisuke Kishio
  • Ruriko Kojima
  • Kenichi Matsuyama
  • May'n
  • Yurie Midori
  • Ayame Misaki
  • Miho Miyazaki (AKB48)
  • Suzuka Morita
  • Aoi Nakabeppu
  • Moeno Nito
  • Mai Oshima
  • Ryuji Sainei
  • Hinako Sano
  • Sumire Sato (AKB48)
  • Mariko Seyama
  • Summers
  • Kenta Suga
  • Kazuma Suzuki
  • Sawa Suzuki
  • Mitsuki Takahata
  • Ryoma Takeuchi
  • Naho Toda
  • Satoshi Tsumabuki
  • Akiko Wada
  • Suzuran Yamauchi (AKB48)
  • Mio Yūki
  • Musical groups associated with Horipro

  • Ace File (through Horiagency)
  • Fake? (through Music Taste)
  • P-chicks
  • Aidan James
  • Foreign artists associated with HoriPro Entertainment Group

  • Sophie B. Hawkins
  • Kiss
  • Marilyn Manson
  • Jerry Reed
  • REO Speedwagon
  • Rival Sons
  • George Strait
  • References

    Horipro Wikipedia


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