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Yuki Kuramochi (倉持 有希 Kuramochi Yuki), born Yuki Isoya (磯谷有希 Isoya Yuki;February 17, 1972 in Hakodate, Hokkaido), known exclusively by her stage name Yuki, is a Japanese musician and singer-songwriter. She is best known as the lead vocalist for Judy and Mary, which she founded in 1991 before becoming a solo artist in 2002. She has also been a member of the bands NiNa (1999) and [wikipedia:Mean Machine (band)|Mean Machine]] (2001).
Yuki was born Yuki Isoya in Hakodate, Hokkaido on February 17, 1972. After graduating from Hakodate Otani College, she worked as a beautician. She met Yoshihito Onda who visited Hakodate to make a movie, The Triple Cross. The meeting triggered the formation of Judy and Mary in 1992. After Judy and Mary disbanded, Yuki made her solo debut in 2002.
She married Magokoro Brothers frontman Yoichi Kuramochi in September 2000, and gave birth to her first child, a boy, on April 18, 2003. However, the child died from unknown causes (SIDS) on March 17, 2005. She gave birth to a second child on August 29, 2006, and a third child in June 2009.
|Year||Studio albums||Chart peak positions|
|2010||Ureshikutte Dakiau yo (うれしくって抱きあうよ)
|2010||Yuki "The Present" 2010.06.14,15 Bunkamura Orchard Hall
|2012||Powers of Ten