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A.B.C.-Z (Acrobat Boys Club) is an acrobatic group from Johnny's Entertainment. They are part of Johnny's Juniors.

Members

History

The Acrobat Boys Club was created in 2001 with five members Totsuka Shota, Kawai Fumito, Tsukada Ryoichi, Koshioka Yuki and Yudai Tatsumi. They were dancing with J-Support. In 2002, Koshioka Yuki and Yudai Tatsumi left the group and were replaced with Goseki Koichi. Both boys finished in FM Tokyo, backdancing for ARASHI and Tackey & Tsubasa. Later, Tohshin Yoshikazu's group ING Shinkoukei disbanded and he was featured with A.B.C. where they were introduced as Tohshin Yoshikazu & A.B.C</b>. Tohshin isn't an acrobat but the others members consider him as the 5th members of A.B.C. In 2005, after a last performance with A.B.C., Tohshin left ABC and started his new stage play and dramas. In 2006, Totsuka was chosen as a member of a new unit kitty GYM with Yamashita Tomohisa, Golf & Mike, Yaotome Hikaru, Inoo Kei and Kitayama Hiromitsu. In 2007, they made a big impression with their original song Star Seeker, where the boys choreographed the song themselves, mixing different dance styles, acrobats, sign language, etc.

A.B.C. boys are especially well known for their backflips, cartwheels, somersaults, dance skills and other things such as backflipping off of raised platforms.

In Summary 2008, it was annouced that Hashimoto Ryosuke would join A.B.C., thus the group name changing to A.B.C.-Z.

Original Songs

  • Freedom
  • Crazy Accel
  • Kodoku no RUNAWAY
  • Star Seeker
  • Naked (with Question?)
  • Attraction!
  • Crush
  • Sayonara Box
  • Ashita no Tame ni Boku ga Iru
  • You&Me&Who? (Track on Shounentai's Playzone 'CHANGE' album, with M.A.D.)
  • Daybreaker (with Kis-My-Ft.2)
  • Vanilla
  • InaZuma☆Venus

Television Shows

External Links