A national radio regular and with several albums to her credit, including the hit Songs of Dory Previn
, Kate Dimbleby has been described by The Times as ?One of the most versatile singers on the jazz/blues circuit'.
A natural born performer and drawn to music from a young age, she grew up in a family where performing was the norm. Her father is the broadcaster David Dimbleby and her mother was a trained classical singer. Her uncle on her mother's side played jazz piano, trumpet and blues harp, and inspired her with his collection of gramophone records.
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Women Be Wise
'In an age where audiences are driven to elation by screeching high-belt notes, special effects and reality TV searches, a touching, raw-voiced storyteller brings us back home to what many subconsciously yearn for - authenticity.' The Stage. Internationally acclaimed performer Kate Dimbleby and pianist Naadia Sheriff return to the Crazy Coqs with a brand new songbook of soulful and mischievious songs inspired by the female songwriters of the 1970's plus a preview of original material from Kate's new acapella album "Songbirds".