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Hitoshi Okamoto (岡本仁志) is the guitarist of the Japanese pop band Garnet Crow, formed in 1999. He has some solo releases too. Since the release of his 2010 solo album "Now Printing...", he has used the stage name Super Light for his solo projects. As a solo artist, he writes the majority of his songs by himself, but fellow Garnet Crow member Azuki Nana writes lyrics for some of his songs. Okamoto is sometimes referred to with the nickname Okamocchi (おかもっち). He has created an alternate version of the GARNET CROW songs "Crystal Gauge" and "Mysterious Eyes", the latter of which he released under the Super Light name. During live performances as a solo artist, Okamoto sometimes plays Garnet Crow songs, or even invites the other Garnet members to appear as guest musicians. In Garnet lives, he provides backing vocals in addition to playing the guitar. Occasionally he will even perform a song as the lead singer. Okamoto is also the host of the radio show "Pastime Paradise", on the Japanese radio station Alpha Station (FM Kyoto 89.4).
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