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Overview (3)

Born in Harrow, London, England, UK
Birth NameKate Marie Nash
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kate Nash was born on July 6, 1987 in Harrow, London, England as Kate Marie Nash.

Trade Mark (4)

Frequent changing appearance.
Expressive vocal range and honest lyrics.
Versatile musical style, ranging from pop to punk-rock.
Distinctive London accent.

Trivia (7)

British singer-songwriter.
Won a Brit Award for "Best British Female Solo Artist" (2008).
A founding member and a director of the Featured Artists' Coalition, a lobby group launched in 2009 with the aim of giving music artists a greater voice in big decisions in the music industry, from digital deals to copyright law.
She is a vegetarian.
In April 2017, she started a Kickstarter campaign to finance her fourth album. The campaign was a success, making it her first crowdfunded album, and her second self-released album after 'Girl Talk'.
She is a huge fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997).
She suffered from tachycardia (exceeding of the normal heart rate), which resulted in symptoms such as chest pains and palpitations. Because of that, she underwent a life-saving laser surgery at the age of 18. Her song "Death Proof" was inspired by that experience.

Personal Quotes (3)

[on why she misses MySpace] There's nothing that's replaced it for me for discovering independent music. Myspace was literally just kids deciding what was cool and putting things in the top eight. No sponsored people. No record labels in charge. No interaction from companies. There's nothing like that anymore. But I do think the internet is the future.
I've written for other artists and you literally meet these labels with all these names, and they'll point to one and tell you what song they want it to sound like. It's always the song that was number one in the last few weeks. Really, this is the music industry now? It's not very f***ing inspiring.
Feminism is not a dirty word. It does not mean you hate men, it does not mean you hate girls that have nice legs and a tan, and it does not mean you are a bitch or a dyke. It means you believe in equality.

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