Japanese singer Nishikawa Takanori or also know as T.M. Revolution has revealed on this Twitter account that he is planning to hold a charity concert on the 30th of March to raise funds for disaster relief for the recent earthquake that rocked Japan.
He plans to set up a live stream for the event which is to be held at the Zepp Tokyo plus a donation website as well. He has indicated that all proceeds from the website and ticket sales will be donated to the relief fund and on top of everything, he plans to hold a charity auction.
Currently everything is still in the planning stage and there has been talk of other artists expressing their support for this event. He has also tweeted to his followers that he is looking for people who are willing to support him in this event by providing broadcasting equipment and websites that will host the stream and auction.
Nishikawa has been active on Twitter after the earthquake to help spread important messages and with regards to the live, he has mentioned that its still unclear how much or even if he can do it. He knows that there will be many difficulties along the way but he will want to put all his energy into it.
From all of us at POPCulture Online, We wish Nishikawa Takanori all the best for this event!