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Birth name  Jun Shibata (柴田淳)
Instruments  Vocals, Piano
Genres  J-pop
Occupation(s)  Singer, Songwriter
Role  Singer
Origin  Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan
Name  Jun Shibata
Also known as  Shibajun
Years active  1998–present

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Born  November 19, 1976 (age 39) (1976-11-19)
Record labels  Victor Entertainment, Dreamusic
Albums  Cover 70's, Single Collection, Tsukiyo no Ame, The Early Days Selection, バビルサの牙
Similar People  Maaya Sakamoto, Chihiro Onitsuka, Ko Shibasaki, Mika Nakashima, Sowelu

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Jun Shibata (柴田淳, Shibata Jun, born November 19, 1976 in Setagaya, Tokyo), nicknamed "Shibajun", is a Japanese pop female singer-songwriter.

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Musical characteristics

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Many of her songs are of slow and medium tempo and/or ballads expressive of fragility. Occasionally her soft vocals are accompanied by herself on the piano.

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In her early stages of her singing career, she was known to have travelled extensively nationwide to perform live at local record stores in front of small crowds.

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She has provided lyrics to the well-known Japanese singing-duo Chemistry for their song "Tsukiyo".

Discography

Numbers in bold represent peak Oricon Weekly Ranking position.

Singles

  • Boku no Mikata (ぼくの味方) June 27, 2001 (Indies Release) Uncharted
  • Boku no Mikata (ぼくの味方) October 31, 2001 Uncharted
  • Sore Demo Kita Michi (それでも来た道) February 20, 2002 #90
  • Gekkouyoku (月光浴) June 26, 2002 #34
  • Kataomoi (片想い) October 23, 2002 #20
  • Tonari no Heya (隣の部屋) January 29, 2003 #17
  • Tameiki (ため息) May 8, 2003 #43
  • Anata to no Hibi (あなたとの日々) September 10, 2003 #8
  • Miseinen (未成年) January 28, 2004 #20
  • Chiisana Boku e (ちいさなぼくへ) November 25, 2004 #22
  • Shiroi Sekai (白い世界) February 23, 2005 #31
  • Maboroshi/Okaerinasai. (幻/おかえりなさい。) May 18, 2005 #30
  • Hanafubuki (花吹雪) April 19, 2006 #8
  • Guren no Tsuki (紅蓮の月) July 26, 2006 #22
  • Hiromi January 11, 2007 #5
  • Colorful (カラフル) September 12, 2007 #15
  • Futari (ふたり) May 28, 2008 #15
  • Ai wo Suru Hito - Orochi's Theme (愛をする人 - Orochi's Theme) September 17, 2008 #13
  • Love Letter October 7, 2009 #14 6,061 copies sold
  • Studio albums

  • Oort no Kumo (オールトの雲) March 20, 2002 #59
  • Tameiki (ため息) February 26, 2003 #12
  • Hitori (ひとり) February 25, 2004 #15
  • Watashi (わたし) March 30, 2005 #6
  • Tsukiyo no Ame (月夜の雨) February 21, 2007 #9
  • Shin'ai Naru Kimi e (親愛なる君へ) June 18, 2008 #9
  • Ghost Writer (ゴーストライター) November 4, 2009 #9 17,380 copies sold
  • Boku Tachi no Mirai (僕たちの未来) August 3, 2011
  • Anata to Mita Yume Kimi no Inai Asa (あなたと見た夢 君のいない朝) March 27, 2013
  • Babyrousa no Kiba (バビルサの牙; Babyrousa's Tusk) December 17, 2014
  • Compilations

  • Single Collection September 21, 2005 #23
  • Shibaura (しば裏) March 14, 2007 #36
  • DVDs

  • Jun Shibata Music Film Collection (しば漬け) March 26, 2003
  • Live at Gloria Chapel June 23, 2004
  • Jun Shibata Music Film Collection (しば漬け2) September 21, 2005
  • Jun Shibata Tour 2007: Shibajun, Hajimemashita (~柴田淳 Tour 2007~しばじゅん、はじめました~) September 26, 2007
  • Jun Shibata Concert Tour 2008 Tsukiyo Party Vol.1: Shibajun, Icecream kara Sunny e~ (月夜Party Vol.1 ~しばじゅん、アイスクリームからサニーへ~) March 4, 2009
  • Digital releases

  • Guren no Tsuki Live Version (紅蓮の月 Live Version) September 27, 2006
  • References

    Jun Shibata Wikipedia


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