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Mi-Ke were a 1990s J-Pop idol group and chorus group for B.B.Queens under Being Inc. recording agency.

Members


Biography


In 1990s they've debuted as back-up chorus singers in B.B.Queens band. On 14 February 1991, they've debuted with single Omoide no Kujuukurihama. The group went onto later that year to win the Rookie of the Year award at various award ceremonies, including the Golden Discs Award and Nihon Record Taishou. As the first Being Inc. artist they made their first appearance on the NHK's end of the year program Kouhaku Uta Gassen. Since 1992 April until 1993 March, they've become regular members of NHK program NHK Hit Stage with total 31 broadcasts.[1][2] On August 1993 Keiko debuted as a soloist with single Anata no Yume no Naka Sotto Shinobikomitai. After the release of album Eien no Liverpool Sound ~ Please Please Me, Love, the group has disappeared from music scene.[3] There was never announce of disband or hiatus. In 2011, during 20th anniversary of debut, the third compilation album Mi-Ke Golden Hits: 20th Anniversary includes two unreleased songs which were exclusively released for this occasion. In 2012 Keiko appeared with B.B.Queens in live Being Legends when along with solo songs she performed Mi-ke biggest hits as well.[4][5] Keiko is active as a solo singer as of 2019. Haruka is active on her blog about plants and Mami as active as an independent singer under alias JanMei.

Discography


  • Omoide no Kujuukurihama (1991)
  • Sukisa Sukisa Sukisa (1991)
  • Blue Light Yokosuka (1991)
  • Mu~n na Kimochi wa Osenchi (1991)
  • Shiroi Shiroi Sangoshou (1991)
  • Kanashiki Teddy Boy (1992)
  • Surfing JAPAN (1992)
  • Asa Made Odorou (1992)
  • Pink Christmas (1992)
  • Namida no Vacation (1992)
  • Please Please Me, Love (1993)
  • Omoide no G S Kujuukurihama (1991)
  • Idakashi Blue Light Yokohama Yokosuka (1991)
  • Wasureji no Folk Shiroi Shiroi Sangoshou (1992)
  • Taiyou no Shimo no Surfing JAPAN (1992)
  • Asa Made Odorou Kanashiki Teddy Boy (1992)
  • Yomigaeru 60's Namida no Vacation (1993)
  • Eien no Liverpool Sound ~Please Please Me, LOVE (1993)
  • complete of Mi-Ke at the BEING studio (2002)
  • BEST OF BEST 1000 Mi-Ke (2007)
  • Mi-Ke Golden Hits: 20th Anniversary (2011)

Awards


In-media usage


  • Omoide no Kujuukurihama was used as a theme song for TBS television series Nurse Station
  • Sukisa Sukisa Sukisa was used as an opening theme for NTV program N!Sanma
  • Blue Light Yokosuka was used as an ending theme for NTV Television quiz program Quiz Sekai Show by Jo-Bai!!
  • Mu~n na Kimochi wa Osenchi was used as an ending theme for Anime television series Obocchama kun!
  • Shiroi Shiroi Sangoshou was used as an ending theme for TV Asahi program Disney Time
  • Kanashiki Teddy Boy was used as an ending theme for NTV Television quiz program Quiz Sekai Show by Jo-Bai!!
  • Surfing Japan was used as a Snow Brand Milk Products commercial song of Tottemo Jelly
  • Asa Made Odorou was used as an insert song for TBS television series Tenshi no you ni Ikitemitai
  • Pink Christmas was used as an ending theme for NTV Television quiz program Quiz Sekai Show by Jo-Bai!!
  • Namida no Vacation was used as a theme song for NHK Program NHK Hit Stage
  • Please Please Me, Love was used as a theme song for Fuji TV television series Aijou Monogatari

Television appearances


  • Suki sa Suki sa Suki sa[9]
  • Blue Light Yokosuka[10]
  • Shiroi Shiroi Sangoshou[11]
  • Kanashiki Teddy Boy[12]
  • Surfing Japan[13]
  • Asa Made Odorou[14]
  • Pink Christmas (twice)[15][16]
  • Namida no Vacation[17]
  • Please, Please me Love[18]
  • 42nd: Omoide no Kujuu Kurihama[19]
  • 43rd: Namida no Vacation[20]
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