Yukihiro Takahashi, a Japanese singer and musician, has tragically died at the age 70. Yukihiro Takahashi was the legend vocalist. Read Yukihiro Takahashi Death Cause.
It’s hard to believe that one the most talented drummers in the genre has passed away.
His fans have expressed deep sympathy to his family and paid tribute to Yukihiro Takahashi since the news of his passing was announced.
He was a well-known Japanese musician and record producer who dedicated his entire life to the music industry.
Yukihiro Takahashi death cause
Yukihiro Takahashi, a musician and actor, was also well-known as being the best actor. He was also the drummer for the Sadistic Mika Band, and another well-known band, METAFIVE.
Many celebrities confirmed the news via Twitter. SPARKS also tweeted, “Sad to learn of Yukihiro Takahashi’s passing at Yellow Magic Orchestra and beyond.”
It was an honor to meet up on occasion over the years. We can speculate that his age-related medical issues may have been the cause of his death.
,Our sources are currently trying to gather more information about his death.
Who Was Yukihiro Takahashi?
Yukihiro Takahashi was born June 6, 1952 in Meguro (Tokyo), Japan. His schooling is not known. In 1978, he founded the band group YMP with Sakamoto Ryuichi and Hosono Haroumi.
In the 1970s, he was a member of Sadistic Mika Band. The musician became a worldwide celebrity and appeared in many live performances.
Some of the Sadistic Mika Band members, including Yukihiro Takahashi, formed another group, The Sadistic. They released many albums. In 1977, Yukihiro Takahashi recorded his first solo album, Saravah.
Yukihiro Takahashi came up with a series of back-to-back hits including Murdered by the Music, Neuromantic, What, Me Worry?, Tomorrow’s Just Another Day, Time and Place, Wild and Moody, Poisson d’Avril, The Brand New Day, Once a Fool, Only When I Laugh, La Pensee, Ego, A Day In The Next Life, Umi Sora Sango no litsutae, Heart o Hurt, Mr YT, I’m Not In Love and more. Yukihiro Takahashi is a legend as he was a top drummer in many of the most prominent bands. #RIPYukihiroTakahashi