Naoko Ken (研 ナオコ Ken Naoko) (born July 7, 1953 - ) is a Japanese singer and actress. She is well-known for her comedy roles featuring idiosyncratic looks, and a string of successful torch songs that gained popularity in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Junko Yagami (八神 純子), born January 5, 1958, is a popular Japanese recording artist from the 1970s.
Some of her best known works include "Mizuiro No Ame", "Omoide ha Utsukushisugite" and "Mr. Metropolis".
柏原芳恵 (柏原よしえ~Yoshie Kashiwabara ) born October 1, 1965, is a popular Japanese singer and actress of the 1980's. During her more than 25 years as an entertainer . New albums "Encore" released on January 11, 2007. 13 songs collection of popular songs performed by male vocalists, selected by Yoshie Kawashibara.
Momoe Yamaguchi (born January 17, 1959) (山口百恵 Yamaguchi Momoe) (is a Japanese pop singer, actress and idol whose career lasted from 1972 to 1980. She was born in Shibuya, Tokyo. She is one of the most popular and notable singers in J-pop history with several songs which are frequently covered to this day.
Hideki Saijo debuted onto the Japanese music scene on March 25, 1972. Since then, he has been a trail blazer in the Japanese music industry. He was the first Japanese artist to peform as a solo act in a stadium--for ten consecutive years. His fans brought flashlights to the first stadium concert.