How much is Yoshiki Hayashi worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Yoshiki Hayashi? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Yoshiki Hayashi's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Yoshiki Hayashi (Tateyama, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, November 20, 1965), is a Japanese composer and producer, famous for being the creator and leader of the Japanese heavy metal group X Japan , in which he plays playing the piano and drums, as well as composing and producing most of the material. His multi-instrumentalist facet (he can also play organ, guitar and other instruments) and his compositional skills have led him to be named several times the icon of Japanese rock and one of the most influential artists in Asia [citation required ] Yoshiki owns his own record company, Extasy Records, and as a producer has sold more than 50 million albums [citation & required]. \n The dissolution in 1997 of his group of always, X Japan, affected him a lot and the death of his friend and former bandmate hide a year later aggravated the situation to the point of making him temporarily withdraw from the musical activity. Later he returned as a drummer of the pop globe, and is currently immersed in various projects such as the supergroup S.K.I.N., Violet UK and the return of X Japan. \n \n\nYoshiki_Hayashi's Biography \n Yoshiki Hayashi was born on November 20, 1965 in Tateyama, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. His mother was a piano teacher, and was the one who started him at the age of 4 years in that instrument. A few years later, after attending a KISS concert in Japan he developed a taste for rock and roll and heavy metal, soon receiving his first drum as a gift from his father. When Yoshiki was 10 years old, his father committed suicide. The tragic incident caused Yoshiki to close himself in music, and he began to practice with his drums as a kind of therapy to overcome depression. \n It was in high school where he met Toshimitsu Deyama (\u51fa\u5c71 \u5229 \u4e09), also known as Toshi, with whom he formed a school project of rock'n'roll: his first group, NOISE, in which Yoshiki played the drums and Toshi sang. Both used to rehearse after leaving school. Toshi had intended to continue his studies to eventually graduate in medicine, but Yoshiki convinced him to continue his path as musicians. The school, concerned, told Yoshiki's mother his intention to drop out of school to be a musician. However, she supported her son, and eventually NOISE changed her name to X. Since no record company accepted X because of its aggressive sound and stunning aesthetics, Yoshiki's own mother sold her textile business to found Extasy Records, which some autonomy to X to create their own music. \n Jump to fame with X \n By 1987 X had a first stable lineup composed of Yoshiki Hayashi as a drummer, pianist and composer, hide (Hideto Matsumoto, \u677e\u672c \u79c0 \u4eba) on guitar, Toshimitsu Deyama as vocalist, Pata (Ishizuka Tomoaki (\u77f3 \u585a \u667a \u662d)) as a second guitarist, and Taiji Sawada (\u6ca2 \u7530 \u6cf0 \u53f8) as a bassist. In that same year they produced their first singles, Orgasm and I'll Kill You. In 1989 the Japanese band obtained the fifth place in the Oricon list for their song Kurenai. Soon after Yoshiki became friends with Komuro Tetsuya de Globe and in 1991, they made the single Haitoku no Hitomi - Eyes of Venus as a project called V2. \n In 1992, X had already become popular in Japan with a highly melodic sound that integrated elements of thrash metal and power metal, and at that time they made their legendary concert Hanmettsu ni Mukatte (On the verge of destruction) in Tokyo Dome . Yoshiki frequently suffered from muscular ailments in his neck and wrists for his somewhat brutal way of hitting the battery. X later changed their pseudo-punk aesthetic to visual kei, integrating elements of glam rock, punk, apocalyptic aesthetics and traditional Japanese clothing, and causing a deep impression on Japanese popular culture. Yoshiki then modeled for a photographic magazine conveniently called NUDE, in which he further defined the androgynous aesthetics of visual kei that would later be adopted by other Japanese bands. That same year Extasy Records produced the band Luna Sea, and they had to change their name to X Japan due to legal problems with the American metal band X. Finally, due to internal conflict, Taiji was replaced by Heath (Hiroshi Morie (\u68ee \u6c5f\u535a)). \n In 1993, X Japan performs live Art of Life, a 28:56 minute song that incorporates progressive elements in large numbers and refines the band's most symphonic appearance. This gives Yoshiki the opportunity to perform classical music projects, performing with George Martin and the London Philharmonic Orchestra the Eternal Melody album, composed almost entirely by exclusively orchestral arrangements of classic X themes. In 1994, Yoshiki produced Roger Taylor the single Foreign Sand, and makes a symphonic arrangement of the classic Black Diamond of KISS for the tribute KISS My Ass. \n Until 1996, he spent a period of relaxation in which Yoshiki continued producing new projects and the rest of X began solo careers or began other projects in turn. After this, X Japan publishes his album Dahlia. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, Toshi announces to his companions his intention to leave the band, news that is made public in September 1997 with the Last Live tour. \n After X Japan \n Once X Japan is dissolved, Yoshiki is dedicated to his new project, Violet UK. His plans to resuscitate X Japan in 2000 were frustrated by hide's tragic death on May 2, 1998, which was found after a night of drunkenness in a hotel, hung by a towel on the doorknob of the bathroom door. Hide's death affected Yoshiki immensely, plunging him into a deep depression. He promised never to play the drums again and never have another friend like hide. \n In 1999, he made the hide TRIBUTE SPIRITS CD, in memory of his deceased friend and ex-partner. In November, Yoshiki performed a special performance commemorating the birthday of Emperor Akihito, playing the piano with an orchestra. By then, while Yoshiki was remembered as the living model of visual aesthetics or one of the most brutal batteries in the world, he preferred to stay behind the scenes as a formal and educated businessman. I would not play the drums again until I returned to collaborate with Tetsuya Komuro, this time as a fixed globe battery. \n In 2005 he separated from globe and in mid-2006 he announced the formation of a new musical project alongside the well-known Japanese singer Gackt, during a signing session at the Otakon manga and anime convention. In December it is confirmed that the project in question is a group together with Gackt and Sugizo of Luna Sea. In May of 2007 the creation of the supergroup S.K.I.N. together with Miyavi and the distinguished artists. \n The return of X Japan \n On June 4, 2007, the return of X Japan is announced. A new single and a tour of the United States are the first activities planned. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Yoshiki Hayashi\n\nThe Yoshiki Hayashi's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.