Takuro Yoshida
Takuro Yoshida
Born1946-04-05 (age 78)
Years active1970-
Takuro Yoshida is a Japanese male singer-songwriter. He was born on April 5, 1946, in Okuchi, Kagoshima, and raised in Hiroshima. He made his debut with the single "Imeji no Uta / Mark II" on June 1, 1970. His 1972 recording of "Tabi no Yado" sold over one million copies by September that year, and was awarded a gold disc. He established the record company "For Life Records" with Yosui Inoue, Shigeru Izumiya, and Hitoshi Komuro in 1975. Yoshida is a musician whose songs have been used as theme songs in television series such as Jun (純), the theme song of Cromartie High School), as well as being covered by popular artists like Hirakawachi 1-chome, KinKi Kids. – Wikipedia