Kazha is a rock band founded by a Japanese Singer-songwriter Kazuha Oda and a Guitarist Hideki Matsushige. Kazuha is a classically trained singer who worked in various genres of music from Classic to Heavy Metal. She worked with wide variety of Grammy Award-winning recording artists and
producers including Bob James and Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell.
After the release of Kazha's first album in 2010, they made their first U.S.A. debut performing at San Francisco’s Asian Heritage Celebration sharing the stage with hip-hop group Far East Movement. Since then, they have toured more than 35 states made special guest appearances at numerous festivals and Anime/Comic Conventions.
Kazha has also performed at world famous venues such as Whiskey A Go Go, sharing stage with musicians such as Gilby Clarke, George Lynch, Tracii Guns, LA Guns, Y&T, and Trapt. In 2015, Kazha gradually started to move their base of operations to Memphis, TN. Since then, they have been featured on local broadcasts such as WREG News Channel 3, ABC 24 News, and WMC Action News 5.
October 2018, Kazha released their self-titled third album “Kazha”. Kazha represents a new future of music: a fusion of cultures and musical view points that create their sound, combining the softness of a falling feather and the heaviness of a hurricane.