Miki Yoshitake is a musical vocalist and composer and arranger.
She was born in Fukuoka, Japan. Graduated Fukuoka-kenritsu Genkai High School and Seinan Jyogakuin College.
She started to play piano when she was 5 years old. When she was 18 years old, she joined a Rock "n' Roll band called "No.7" and started to perform at clubs around her city.
In 2001, No.7 moved to New Zealand to perform in local clubs .
Their music was loved by many people, and they even were featured on New Zealand television stations several times. Meanwhile, Miki started to sing Jazz at a famous Jazz club called Jazz Bar in New Zealand where she met Ronnie Taylor, a R&B and Jazz singer. She was greatly inspired by his music.
The following year Miki had the honor of singing the Japanese national anthem at the World Softball Championship in New Zealand.
After a year, she moved back to Japan to continue her studies and gain experience in singing Jazz.
In 2006, she moved to New York to pursue her singing career in the country where Jazz was born.
In 2010,She recorded a mini album "Ever Green" with the acoustic guitarist Toru Yamauchi.
She is performing at The studio at the Websterhall,The Triad(NYC),The Bowery Electric,Tomijazz and many other venue in NYC.
In September 2012, she released a new album Room699 with a wonderful guitar trio Daisuke Abe (Guitar), Joseph Lepore (Bass), Shinnosuke Takahashi (Drums) which is now on sale in Amazon, CD Baby and more.
Come listen to her singing and feel her world.....