Kate Nash is tagged as: female vocalists, british, indie, singer-songwriter, indie pop
Kate Nash (b. 6 July 1987) is a singer/songwriter/pianist/guitarist from Harrow, North London, England, best known for the UK #2 hit “Foundations”.
Growing up in Harrow, London, Nash first became interested in music during her childhood when she learned to play the piano. She attended St. John Fisher school and moved onto the St. Joan of Arc School in Rickmansworth. Her talents were harnessed further when she wrote songs for her GCSE in Music and her time studying at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in Croydon, South London. Her first love was acting and she made moves to start a career in acting by auditioning at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School but was rejected. In the days after her rejection she fell down a flight of stairs, breaking her foot. During her recovery Nash was unable to move and found solace in song writing. She began to write some new songs, finished old ones and decided that she would book herself a gig at a local bar to showcase her songs, and subsequently decided to start a career in music.
Nash’s early live performances saw her play a number of cover versions, including a skiffle reworking of Robbie Williams’ Rudebox and an interpretation of the One Foot In The Grave theme tune. After a few gigs, Nash uploaded...
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