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Katy Setterfield - Katy

6-03-2016, 17:29
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Soul

Title: Katy
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Katy Setterfield
Genre: Jazz / Pop / R&B / Soul
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 44:46 min
Total Size: 101 MB

01. At Last
02. Never Tear Us Apart
03. I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore
04. Spooky
05. Breakfast In Bed
06. Song For You
07. The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)
08. What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
09. Stay With Me Baby
10. Lilac Wine
11. Afraid To Let Go

Where do you start to write a biography? A life is like an onion; look at one layer and there are others underneath. At the most superficial level, Katy Setterfield is easy to describe. When she won the BBC show ‘The One and Only’, went on to Las Vegas and ultimately to a leading role in ‘Respect La Diva’ in the West End, it was, as they say, a case of sudden overnight success after 20 plus years of hard work. The next layer down would see Katy learning her trade in clubs and shows and theatres around the country and, at times, around the world. She has always been able to turn her hand to providing music, not just her powerful singing voice she can play keyboards with equal skill, for a variety of purposes and settings. She worked in Cyprus, Japan and around the UK with her own music and, whenever possible, with her loyal musician friends and colleagues who were more than happy to turn out and be the band behind Katy’s Komet. Her ability to sing many different styles and with a musician’s ear for accents and inflections allowed her to develop into a key performer with notable travelling music shows. Most particularly her success within the ‘Legends’ show lead on to her eight years as the leading female vocalist with ‘That’ll be The Day’ where legions of people saw and heard her sing as Dusty, Petula, Whitney, Shirley, Tina, Annie and many, many others. Not surprisingly, what these shows did not give her was the chance to be, and showcase, herself. So, then, who is she? The confident Katy who runs her own show for two hours from the front of the stage is not the one who started her musical journey.

At the core of her career onion is the little girl who knew one thing and one thing only (well, that is if you discount horses) which was that she was going to be a musician. She loved school, but she loved getting out of it more. Her learning was more directed to proficiency with music. Music of all kinds were ‘her thing’; from Motown to Mozart. She powered her way through all the pianoforte grades until the point where the only additional qualifications were for teachers. Teachers were not actually high on Katy’s list of role models. Many little girls have performed solo karaoke with a hair brush in front of a mirror with dreams of a singing career long before anyone had heard of Simon Cowell. Few, however, have had Katy’s iron resolve to carry aspiration through to reality. Katy was born and raised on the Bucks/Herts border and supported, then and now by her family and friends. Unlike other singers, she has no need to shout ‘Mum, the girl done good!’ Katy’s parents and family know that already. Katy started 2010 with her dog, her horse and a husband. She lost them all within the year and still misses two of them. Dusty provides more than a past. Her body of work allows Katy to develop, at last, a voice of her own. Fans from her past will expect to see her perform Dusty’s trademark arm gestures, or strut her stuff as Cher, or wear the Annie Lennox hat, but as her latest CD shows, she can step out of the shadow of ‘tribute’ performances and sing the songs she wants to sing. For Katy it is, as it always has been, the song not the singer!

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