Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi (長渕剛), born September 7, 1956 in Hioki, Kagoshima Prefecture is a Japanese musician and actor. He has produced many hit singles as a singer-songwriter, such as "Junko"(1980), "Tonbo"(1988), "Kanpai"(1988), "Shabondama"(1991) and "Close Your Eyes"(2005). And he has released twelve albums which have gone on to reach number-one in the Japanese Oricon album chart. Along with Yosui Inoue and Noriyuki Makihara, he sold over 10 million single records. From 1977 through 2005, Nagabuchi had sold over 21 million records. He is the top-selling male singer-songwriter in Japan. Read more about 長渕剛 on Last.fm.