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“When I perform, I feel like I can do anything, like I’m free. It feels like I’m in another world where I’m always happy.” – Summer Eguchi
Some people just know at a young age that they’re destined to become a performer. For 14 year old Summer Eguchi there doesn’t seem to have been any doubt about it. Born in Honolulu Hawaii, she was learning to dance the Hula and Tahitian at the age of five. By 10 she was playing the role of Princess Ying Yaoalak in the Hawaii Opera Theater’s “THE KING & I” alongside Richard Chamberlain and Jan Maxwell. At 13 she was flying out to Los Angeles to record music with the producer Andrew Lane.
With songs like Love It and You’ll Never Catch Me she already displays the talent of an accomplished singer with a very bright future stretching out in front of her. With a heritage that includes Hawaiian, Japanese and Filipino, Summer has made a point of giving back to her community by volunteering with organizations like the Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation.
So come hear the story and listen to the music of this remarkable young lady who says “Catch your dreams and hold on to them tight. Dreams never fail if you believe in them.”
On October 28, 2009 Summer Eguchi was kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. Summer Eguchi Interview.