17 September 1952 (age 66)
Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Tomoko Soryo (Japanese: 惣領智子) is a singer-songwriter from Tokyo. Born in 1952, she started a chorus group in 1971 called Brown Rice which went abroad a year later to perform in the United States. The act broke up in 1975, after which Soryo pursued a solo career. She also formed the duo Tinna with Japanese-American singer Mariko Takahashi (Japanese: 高橋真理子). Soryo has taken breaks from the business over the decades but as of 2002, she's resumed her music work.
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