Born In: Bexleyheath, England, United Kingdom
Three-time Grammy Award nominated English singer, songwriter, music producer, director and musician, Kate Bush is revered as one of the most successful female solo artists in the United Kingdom. Known for her trademark 4 octave soprano voice and eclectic musical style, Bush has enjoyed celebrity status for the past thirty-five years of her career. She began her music career at the tender age of sixteen, after she signed a contract with the EMI record label. She soon created a music revolution with her debut single ‘Wuthering Heights', which topped the music charts and remains one of her best-selling singles. She went on to release more than ten albums and had 25 UK Top 40 hit singles. As a songwriter, Bush has written some of the most memorable songs in music history, has earned international acclaim and a huge, devoted fan-following. She was ranked at number 46 on VH1's list of '100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll'. She was also appointed as the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II. In 2022, she became viral as one of her songs, 'Running Up That Hill,' was featured in one of the episodes of 'Stranger Things.'
Also Known As: Catherine Bush
Spouse/Ex-: Dan McIntosh
father: Robert Bush
mother: Hannah Daly
siblings: John Bush, Paddy Bush
children: Albert McIntosh
Born Country: England
Founder/Co-Founder: Novercia Ltd.
She was born as Catherine Bush in Welling, Kent, England to Robert Bush, a physician and Hannah Daly on July 30, 1958. She grew up in the family farmhouse in East Wickham, where she had a Roman Catholic upbringing.
She learned karate at the Goldsmiths College along with her brother John. At the age of eleven, she started playing the piano, studied the violin and also wrote her own tunes.
She went to the St Joseph's Convent Grammar School and later attended the Catholic girls' school, London. David Gilmour of Pink Floyd at this time received one of the family recordings and helped her to create a more professional one.
From April 2, 1979, to May 13, 1979, she went on the ‘The Tour of Life', which was a concert tour that included twenty-four performances from her earlier albums, ' ‘The Kick Inside' and 'Lionheart'.
In 2013, New Year Honours for services to music she was appointed as the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II.
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