Jhei Morisato (born February 22, 1990) is a Filipino punk rock musician, best known as the lead vocalist, main songwriter and guitarist for the Caviteño punk rock band White Line. He is also a guitarist and backing vocalist for another rock band Blank Verse. His latest project was called Alay Ni Sheng, doing guitar stuffs. Raised in Bacoor, Cavite, Morisato developed an interest in music at ripe age, and wrote his first song at the ripe age of 17. He met Christopher E. Alba while attending computer school, and the two instantly bonded over their mutual interest in music, forming the band Applecalypse when the two were 18 years old. The band changed its name to Quezaveo, due to vocalist's departure. And now, he's the lead guitar parts for Alay Ni Sheng, a punk rock band formed from Green Day Philippines Birth name Jayson Paul Quina Also known as Jhei Morisato Born February 22, 1990 (age 23) Cagayan Valley, Philippines Genres Punk Rock, Alternative, Soul, Acoustic Occupations Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Instrumentalist, Non-profit Activist, Graphic Artist, Motion Graphic Artist. Instruments Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Harmonica, Piano Years active 2008-present Labels JMRST Productions, Independent Associated acts White Line, Blank Verse, Quezaveo, Applecalypse Morisato appeared on a music video directed by a well-renowned director Jay Pacena III. Minsan Lang Naman (Just Sometimes) by Gracenote (2011). He wrote a rock opera with 10 songs plus one as reprise dubbed as THE ANTI-HERO. Completed the lyrics in 3 days (March 2012.) Instruments Today, Morisato mainly uses Vantage guitar. He then received his first electric guitar, a Vantage Stratocaster that he named "Sabine" when he was twenty. The the very first guitar he received was a Global Acoustic that he named "Bianca (Bi)", brought to him by his little sister Niña Angelika.
Favorite Green Day Concert You've Been To?:
When I dreamt about it.