Yoshio Tabata

Ryūkōka, Musical Artist

1919 – 2013

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Who was Yoshio Tabata?

Yoshio Tabata was a Japanese ryūkōka and enka singer, songwriter, and electric guitarist. His debut song "Shima no Funauta" was released in 1939. Along with enka-shi Haruo Oka's 1939 debut, his debut had a big impact on Japanese popular music because Japanese popular ryūkōka music of that time was mainly sung by classical music singers such as Ichiro Fujiyama and Noriko Awaya. He was born in Matsusaka, Mie prefecture, Japan.

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Born
Jan 1, 1919
Mie Prefecture
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Died
Apr 25, 2013
Tokyo

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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