Yuto Miyazawa is a Japanese child prodigy in music, who was discovered by Steve Bernstein, president of Zenbu Media, in December 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. Miyazawa was born on February 21, 2000, in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives there with his parents. Miyazawa has been named "The Youngest Professional Guitarist" by Guinness Book of World Records in August, 2008.
Since his discovery, Miyazawa has had the opportunity to play with numerous music legends over the past year such as, G. E. Smith, Les Paul, Galactic, Deep Banana Blackout, and many more.
He has appeared at the following venues, Madison Square Garden, the famous B. B. Kings, Chris Noth and Steve Walter's The Cutting Room, and Rodeo Bar in New York City. Yuto has also had the opportunity to perform at the Gathering of the Vibes festival this past summer.
In May 2009, Miyazawa appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he performed Crazy Train with his guitar and vocals. After the performance, Ozzy Osbourne came on stage to give words of encouragement and a plaque reward framed in gold.
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