CORONAVIRUS:All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020 and look like staying closed until March 2021 with the exception of a few, patchy, openings (and subsequent closures) towards the end of 2020. Some open-air, drive-in venues have been opened for periods and many shows are now streaming on-line. Sadly, some venues and shows may not survive. We are updating our listings as much as possible to reflect the changes as they are reported.
Kate's singing career started at the age of 15 when she spent two years singing with the all-women barber shop group 'The City Charmers', resulting in a wealth of attention which included appearing in the 1990 LWT Arts Festival and winning Sky TV's Star Search. On leaving school Kate began her jazz apprenticeship singing in bars an jazz clubs around Bologna and London until she was 19, when she returned to education, studying English at Birmingham University. Her studies, however, were increasingly fitting around an escalating demand for her singing, including regular spots at Birmingham's main jazz clubs, including 'Ronnie Scott's' and regular trips down to London to take up such invitations as singing with the Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra in Regents Park in 1996 and enjoying regular spots at Lenny Beige's infamous 'Regency Rooms', at 'Madame Jo Jo's' and at the likes of 'L'Odeon', 'Quaglino's' and 'Mezzo'.Performers Kate Dimbleby, John Parricelli (guitar), Nigel Hitchcock (sax), Steve Hamilton (piano organ and synth), ian Thomas (drums), Snake Davies (sax), Jeremy Stacey (drums), Gareth Williams (keyboards), Nigel Hitchcock (sax), Graham Harvey (keyboards).
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