I remember getting the very first iteration of Sony's PlayStation in the mid-1990s. Basically, I was all for the puzzle games and the Sim City sort of software. Some of my friends, on the other hand, were more game for the dating sims which had me knitting my brows in some mystery. Me and Casanova were light-years apart in temperament and passion so I thought some of those buddies would have had much better luck with flesh-and-blood 3D folks than me, but I'll leave it at that.
My anime buddy has mentioned a supposedly legendary dating sim for the PS and other platforms called "Tokimeki Memorial"（ときめきメモリアル）, and I gather that one of the popular girls there was Shiori Fujisaki（藤崎詩織）. From what I've read on Wikipedia, she and the other characters were far more innocent on this game than some of the other more lascivious examples out there.
In any case, the seiyuu for Ms. Fujisaki was Mami Kingetsu（金月真美）who has been in the voice acting industry since the mid-1970s. However, she also began a singing career in the mid-1990s, and between 1995 and 2001, Kingetsu has released 12 singles, and up to 2015, she has also released 12 albums.
Her 10th single from December 1999 is a cover of Stardust Revue's（スターダスト・レビュー）"Twilight Avenue" which originally came out as a single back in 1983. Written by Machiko Ryu（竜真知子）and composed by band leader Kaname Nemoto（根本要）, Kingetsu's rendition is a soaring daytime ZARD-esque pop take compared with the sunset Margaritaville AOR feeling of the original. I'm kinda wondering whether Nemoto was actually helping out quietly with the background chorus. I'm also not sure whether her cover was ever included onto an album.