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Yuko Ando was born on 9 May, 1977 in Kanagawa.
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Yuko Ando Net Worth
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In April 2009, she released her first compilation album which featured a variety of songs handpicked by Andō herself. That same year, she wrote and performed the ending theme song, “Paxmaveiti”, for the Nintendo DS video game Professor Layton and the Last Specter. On 8 August 2010, she appeared at the World Happiness 2010 rock festival in Tokyo.
In November 2005, Andō’s “Nouzenkatsura (Reprise)” was used in Gekkeikan’s commercial for the “Tsuki” liquor. Because Andō was not credited on the actual commercial, the company was flooded with inquiries from people wanting to know the name of the singer, who for a period was confused to be Clammbon’s Ikuko Harada. The song, based on a poem written by her grandmother over the loss of her husband, propelled Andō’s second full album, Merry Andrew into the Top 10. The album was certified gold with over 100,000 copies sold. Following the success of the song, Andō was branded by the media as the “late-blooming princess” and “singer-songwriter of the next generation”.
In July 2003, Andō debuted under the Avex-owned sub-label, Cutting Edge, with the mini album “Sally”. That same year she performed live for the first time at a convention concert held for Avex shareholders.
In 2002, Andō sent film director Yukihiko Tsutsumi, whom she had gotten to know on the set of “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” a demo tape of “Rinjin ni Hikari ga Sasu Toki”. Upon hearing her demo, Tsutsumi decided he had to include it in the movie he was then directing, 2LDK, as ending theme. She was credited as Yuuko Ando (安藤ゆう子 ) .
Before debuting as a singer, Andō appeared as a regular in the popular TV drama “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” (2000) and the 1999 movie “Saimin”.
Like many other singer-songwriters before her, Ando’s greatest influence is Chara, whom she first discovered through a friend in high school. For her big audition at Avex, Andō sang Chara’s “Break These Chain”. Another artist Andō listens to and lists as influence is Naoko Ken. Her lyrics tend to have happy endings. This has also been remarked in an interview by movie director and friend Yukihiko Tsutsumi, when he called her a “big happy end freak”. Another influence is Yellow Magic Orchestra, whose 1983 song “Kimi ni Mune Kyun” she covered in her 2009 record Paxmaveiti.
Yūko Andō (安藤 裕子 , Andō Yūko) (born 9 May 1977) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and former actress. Andō is part of the YS Corporation talent agency.