Synonyms for keiko_terada or Related words with keiko_terada

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Examples of "keiko_terada"
The cover artwork by Tommy Pons features the band's new mascot Charlotte (named after the Iron Maiden song "Charlotte the Harlot"). Liner notes in the sleeve include commentary by Bob Kulick and Show-Ya vocalist Keiko Terada.
In 2008 he formed a parallel band called Nishidera Minoru, with Show-Ya's singer Keiko Terada and Earthshaker's singer Masafumi ”Marcy” Nishida. This new band released an album and produced and organized the HARD NA YAON 2009 festival.
Hard Way Tour 1991 is the second live album released by the Japanese hard rock band Show-Ya. It is the last record issued with the original lead singer Keiko Terada. The show was videotaped and release in VHS and Laser Disc in 1991, with a different track listing than the album. The album reached position No. 22 in the Japanese Oricon chart.
Show-Ya officially reunited in 2005, with Keiko Terada back as lead vocalist, in time for their 20th Anniversary shows at NHK Hall in Tokyo. The shows were recorded and released on DVD. For the event, EMI Japan reprinted all the band’s back catalogue in remastered CD editions and released an extensive compilation with a few remixed tracks.
Keiko Terada started singing professionally in 1981 and founded in 1982 the band Show-Ya, with keyboard player Miki Nakamura. The band enjoyed popularity in the late 80s in Japan and attempted to break into the international market without success. In 1988 together with the lead singer of Japanese heavy metal band Earthshaker Masafumi "Marcy" Nishida, she released songs for the anime "Sonic Soldier Borgman" under the moniker HIPS. Terada left Show-Ya to pursue a solo career in 1991.
After a few auditions in 1991, she replaced singer Keiko Terada within the all-female Japanese metal band Show-Ya, using her full name Steffanie Borges. She remained in the band for six years, performing a highly media covered concert in North Korea in June 1991 and recording with Show-Ya the single "Flame of the Angels" in 1992 and the album "Touch the Sun" in 1995. She left the band in 1996 and moved to Los Angeles in the United States with her husband Randy Juergenson, who had worked with her during the recording sessions of "Touch the Sun". She has since retired from the scene and lives in Tarzana, California.
Glamour is the sixth album of the Japanese hard rock band Show-Ya. The album was released on 24 August 1988. All musical arrangements are by Makoto Matsushita and Show-Ya. The single "Aisazu Ni Irarenai - Still Be Hangin' on" is Show-Ya's version of an unused demo from the recording sessions of Journey's "Raised on Radio" album. The song is sung both in English and Japanese, with the lyrics translated by Keiko Terada. This album was mixed by Andy Johns in Los Angeles. It reached position No. 16 in the Japanese Oricon chart.
The first nucleus of Show-Ya was formed in 1981 by Keiko Terada and Miki Nakamura, who had been playing together for a year, in order to enter the East West Grand Prix musical contest organized and sponsored by Yamaha. The new band won the contest for best female group, which resulted in a record contract with Toshiba EMI. In the following two years, Miki Igarashi replaced the original guitarist Mitsuko Numata and the line-up was completed by Miki Tsunoda on drums and Satomi Senba on bass.
Hard Way is the eighth album of the Japanese hard rock band Show-Ya. The album was recorded in Los Angeles, USA and produced by Beau Hill and by Kip Winger's brother Paul. It was released on 24 October 1990 and reached position No. 4 in Japan (Oricon Chart). All the lyrics were written by Yoshihiko Andō. This time all the musical arrangements were done by the band. It would be Show-Ya's last studio album with lead singer Keiko Terada. The track "Uchi ni Kaerou" was used as theme song for the anime OVA "Cleopatra DC".
In February 1991, lead singer Keiko Terada left the group, considering the musical direction the band was taking too mainstream orientated. Wishing to explore new and more varied musical influences, she started a solo career. After many auditions, the band recruited Japanese-American singer Steffanie Borges. The new singer could sing and speak in fluent English and Show-Ya hoped that this could help their attempt to break in the US market. In June of the same year, the North Korean government invited the band to perform at the Art Theatre in Pyongyang and the historic two-day concerts were heavily covered by the Japanese media. On 4 January 1992, the band performed theme music at the wrestling event Super Warriors in Tokyo Dome, for a match between Sting and The Great Muta and The Steiner Brothers.
After years of hard work and financial support, at the end of 1992, Master Works Co. solved its management contract with Show-Ya, preferring to continue managing only Keiko Terada. At the same time, the band lost their long engagement with EMI Japan, just after the release of the first single with Steffanie Borges "Flame of the Angels". The band spent some time in Los Angeles, recording and playing shows constantly, and in 1995 they released their only album with Borges, "Touch the Sun" on the Creedence label. At the end of the tour in 1996, Borges left, to be substituted by the singer Yoshino. Show-Ya produced the EP "This My Way" in 1998 and, by the end of the year, the band officially disbanded. Each member parted and went their separated ways, pursuing individual careers and playing with various artists. Igarashi was reunited briefly with Terada in the All Japan's Women Pro Band, which included also members of Princess Princess.
By the year 1987, the band had acquired a loyal fan base and was able to fill up mid-sized arenas with their live shows In Japan. Their TV appearances were also more frequent and demanding, requiring a more professional approach to the musical business. This important step in the band’s career needed money to be invested in new stage sets, personnel, costumes and equipment, which came out of a two-album contract with Yasushi Akimoto’s Sold Out Productions. Akimoto was already a well-known author, lyricist and TV producer, deeply involved in the Japanese idol phenomenon. He was executive producer of the album, providing both the lyrics for all the songs and the highly professional staff, including arranger Makoto Matsushita and composer Kyōhei Tsutsumi. For the first time lead singer Keiko Terada did not have any writing duty on the album, but sang only lyrics written by someone else and dealing with a larger range of topics than in the previous albums. For example, the song "Visconti no Shouzou" is centered on the figure of Italian movie director Luchino Visconti.
Japanese heavy metal bands started emerging in the late 1970s, pioneered by bands like Bow Wow, formed in 1975 by guitarist Kyoji Yamamoto, and Loudness, formed in 1981 by guitarist Akira Takasaki. Although there existed other contemporary bands, like Earthshaker, Anthem and 44 Magnum, their debut albums were released only around the mid eighties when metal bands started getting a major exposure. First oversease live performances were by Bow Wow in 1978 in Hong Kong and at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, as well played at the Reading Festival in England in 1982. In 1983, Loudness toured United States and Europe, and started focusing more on an international career. In 1985, the first Japanese metal act was signed to a major label in the United States. Their albums "Thunder in the East" and "Lightning Strikes", released in 1985 and 1986, peaked at number 74 (while number 4 in homeland Oricon chart), and number 64 in the "Billboard" 200 charts respectively. Till the end of the eighties only two other bands, Ezo and Dead End, got their albums released in the United States. In the eighties few bands had a female members, like all-female band Show-Ya fronted by Keiko Terada, and Terra Rosa with Kazue Akao on vocals. In September 1989, Show-Ya's album "Outerlimits" was released, it reached number 3 in the Oricon album chart. Heavy metal bands reached their peak in the late 1980s and many disbanded until the mid-1990s.
Japanese heavy metal bands started emerging in the late 1970s, pioneered by bands like Bow Wow, formed in 1975 by guitarist Kyoji Yamamoto, and Loudness, formed in 1981 by guitarist Akira Takasaki. Although there existed other contemporary bands, like Earthshaker, Anthem, and 44 Magnum, their debut albums were released only around the mid eighties when metal bands started getting a major exposure. First oversease live performances were by Bow Wow in 1978 in Hong Kong and at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, as well played at the Reading Festival in England in 1982. In 1983, Loudness toured United States and Europe, and started focusing more on an international career. In 1985, the first Japanese metal act was signed to a major label in the United States. Their albums "Thunder in the East" and "Lightning Strikes", released in 1985 and 1986, peaked at number 74 (while number 4 in homeland Oricon chart), and number 64 in the "Billboard" 200 charts respectively. Till the end of the eighties only two other bands, Ezo and Dead End, got their albums released in the United States. In the eighties few bands had a female members, like all-female band Show-Ya fronted by Keiko Terada, and Terra Rosa with Kazue Akao on vocals. In September 1989, Show-Ya's album "Outerlimits" was released, it reached number 3 in the Oricon album chart. Heavy metal bands reached their peak in the late 1980s and many disbanded until the mid-1990s.