|Omori Seiko, March 2017|
|Born||September 18, 1987|
|Origin||Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan|
|Occupation||Singer-songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist|
|Label||PINK RECORDS (2012-2014)|
avex trax (2014-present)
|Associated Acts||Omori Seiko & THE Pink Tokarev|
Omori Seiko (大森靖子) is a Japanese singer-songwriter who began her career in 2008. She is also the former lead singer, guitarist, and keyboardist for the band Omori Seiko & THE Pink Tokarev.
Omori loved singing since she was a child and often imitated SPEED, Morning Musume, and Hamasaki Ayumi when she saw them on TV, but she did not believe she could become a singer if she was not cute. When Omori entered elementary school, her parents enrolled her in painting, calligraphy, and piano lessons. She then went to a private middle school and high school, where she was bullied and distanced by others for being strange. Omori graduated from high school in 2006 and decided to enter Musashino Art University in Tokyo.
When she was 19, Omori came across the live house Muryoku Muzenji, which showed her the way of music and allowed her to express her interests without judgement. She eventually quit university in 2007 to instead pursue a music career.
In 2014, Omori made her major debut under avex trax on March 14 and also began writing songs for other artists.
- Birth Name: Omori Seiko (大森靖子)
- Birth Date: September 18, 1987
- Birthplace: Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan
- Zodiac: Virgo
- Mugen Climax (lyrics, composition)
- true love true real love (lyrics, composition)
- ENDLESS HOME (lyrics, composition)
- The lyrics of "IDOL SONG" from Omori's 2017 album kitixxxgaia is made up of the catchphrases of several J-pop idols including those from Hello! Project. There are four by Michishige Sayumi, three by Ikuta Erina, two by Tsugunaga Momoko, one by Tanaka Reina, as well as Morning Musume's "Ganbatte ikimasshoi!" as the last line.
- ↑ "元モー娘。道重さゆみ 歌手・大森靖子のツイートきっかけに「会いたい」続々" (in Japanese). Tokyo Sports. 2016-03-11.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "【ブレーク予報】大森靖子、目標２年「ファンと一体」武道館" (in Japanese). Hochi Sports. 2014-11-03. (Archived)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 "ブレイクスルー File.19 音楽は魔法ではない でも音楽は… ―シンガーソングライター 大森靖子―" (in Japanese). NHK Fukushi Portal Heart Net. 2014-12-01.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 "世界を変えるアーティストを! NEW SENSATION!" (in Japanese). OTOTOY. 2013-03-25.
- ↑ "大森靖子＆THEピンクトカレフが解散" (in Japanese). natalie. 2015-02-06.
- ↑ "大森靖子＆THEピンクトカレフとどめの一発、新宿LOFTで“最終公演”" (in Japanese). natalie. 2015-05-18.
- ↑ "大森靖子、エイベックスからメジャーデビュー決定" (in Japanese). natalie. 2014-03-14.
- ↑ "大森靖子「IDOL SONG」Music Video" (in Japanese). Omori Seiko Youtube Channel (via YouTube). 2017-08-23.
- ↑ "Seiko Oomori Cheers on Idols Using Their Own Words in “IDOL SONG”!" Tokyo Girls' Update. 2017-08-30.