Biography

石嶺聡子 (Ishimine Satoko) is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

Real Name: Ishizaki Satoko (石崎聡子)
Birthdate: October 3, 1975
Birthplace: Naha, Okinawa Prefecture
Blood Type:’ A
Star Sign: Libra
Family: Ishizaki Hikari (Husband)
Influences: The Beatles, Rebbeca, UNICORN, The Carpenters

Ishimine got her start in 1992 after she was scouted by a Toshiba EMI producer after winning the grand prix award at the Nagasaki Song Contest. Soon after, she traveled to Los Angeles for vocal lessons after her high school graduation. She released her first single, “Doyoubi to Pen to Udedokei / Kaze wo Kanjitai”, a year after in 1994. Her biggest hit came in 1995 with the single “Hana”, a song originally done by Kina Shoukichi.
In 2003, Ishimine changed labels from Toshiba Emi to PRHYTHM. Three years later, she married guitarist Ishizaki Hikari.

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