Keiko Terada

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Keiko Terada was born on 27 July, 1963 in Funabashi, Chiba, Japan. Discover Keiko Terada’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Age57 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born27 July 1963
Birthday27 July
BirthplaceFunabashi, Chiba, Japan

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Keiko Terada Net Worth

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Timeline of Keiko Terada


In 2008 Terada formed a parallel band called Nishidera Minoru, with Loudness singer Minoru Niihara and Masafumi Nishida. This new band released an album and organized the HARD NA YAON 2009 festival in Japan.


In 2002 she sang with the band Rider Chips the theme song for the TV show Kamen Rider Ryuki. She also sang the theme song for the anime Area 88 in 2004. Terada continued to perform on her own until 2005, when Show-Ya reformed with the original line-up and has been lead singer of the band ever since, releasing a new studio album in 2012.


In 1998 she sang in the tribute album Cozy Powell Forever album produced by Loudness drummer Munetaka Higuchi and worked again with Higuchi for his SuperRock Summit project in 1999. Always in 1998, Terada formed with her former bandmate in Show-Ya Miki ‘Sun-Go’ Igarashi (guitars), with former Princess Princess members Atsuko Watanabe (bass) and Kyoko Tomita (drums) and with Rie Chikaraishi (keyboards) the ‘All Japan Women’s Pro Band’, which performed live and for TV shows for a couple of years. The same year she started a radio broadcast called ‘Spirit of Rock’ and is still a regular radio host for NHK.


In 1994 Terada joined the cast of the Classic Rock Jam show and she has performed every year, visiting many Japanese cities until 2009. In 1995 she was on stage for the ‘Rock on Kobe’ charity show after the Great Hanshin earthquake. The following year Terada worked with former Red Warriors’ guitarist Shake on his project Psychodelicious and released the song “Thank You, Love”, final theme for the anime You’re Under Arrest!.


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.


Keiko Terada (寺田恵子 , Terada Keiko, born 27 July 1963) is a Japanese rock singer. She was co-founder and lead singer of the successful Japanese female hard rock and heavy metal band Show-Ya from 1982 to 1991, before going solo. On her solo albums she expanded from hard rock and heavy metal to blues, pop and soul.