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Kate Bush's Personal Details

Kate Bush is an acclaimed English singer and musician

InformationDetail
BirthdayJuly 30, 1958
NationalityBritish
FamousSingers, ISFP
SpousesDan McIntosh
SiblingsJohn Bush, Paddy Bush
Known asCatherine Bush
Childrens Albert McIntosh
Universities
  • St Joseph's Convent Grammar School (later the St Joseph's campus of Bexley College) Catholic girls' school
Founder / Co-Founder
  • Novercia Ltd.
Birth PlaceWelling, Southeast London, England
Height160cm
GenderFemale
FatherRobert Bush
MotherHannah Daly
Net Worth$60 Million as of Mar 10,2017
Sun SignLeo
Born inWelling, Southeast London, England

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Who is Kate Bush?

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 35 years of her career. She began her music career at the tender age of 16, 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.To learn more interesting and intriguing facts about her childhood, personal life and achievements, scroll down and continue to read this biography.

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Childhood & Early Life

She was born as Catherine Bush in Welling, Kent, England to Robert Bush, a physician and Hannah Daly. She grew up in the family farmhouse in East Wickham, where she had a Roman Catholic upbringing.

Her mother was an Irish folk dancer and her father, apart from being a physician also played the piano. Her older brothers, John and Paddy had musical interests and were part of the local folk music scene.

She learned karate at the Goldsmiths College along with her brother John. From the age of 11, 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.

The tape she recorded with the help of David Gilmour was sent to Terry Slater, executive at the EMI record label, who went on to sign her. She was, however, put on a two year hold and she left school and joined dance classes.

Career

In February 1978, she came out with her debut album, ‘The Kick Inside', which featured the hit single, ‘Wuthering Heights'. In November that year, she released another album titled, 'Lionheart'

In 1979, she came out with the extended play, ‘On Stage’, which included live recordings. The following year, her album titled, ‘Never for Ever' was released. The album topped the charts.

Around 1979, she made numerous appearances on television, all over the world. She appeared in ' Top of the Pops' in U.K, 'Bios Bahnhof' in Germany and '‘Saturday Night Live' in U.S.

From April 2, 1979 to May 13, 1979, she went on the ‘The Tour of Life', which was a concert tour that included 24 performances from her earlier albums, ' ‘The Kick Inside' and 'Lionheart'.

In November 1980, she came out with her one-off single titled, ‘December Will Be Magic Again’. The following year, she came out with the video album, ‘Live at the Hammersmith Odeon'.

Released in 1982, her studio album, ‘The Dreaming‘, received mixed reviews from music critics. The following year, she came out with the extended play, ‘Kate Bush', which was released in U.S and Canada only.

In 1983, she came out with her video album titled, ‘The Single File'. Some of her other music videos include, ‘Running Up that Hill’, ‘Wuthering Heights’, ‘The Man with the Child in His Eyes’ and ‘Cloudbusting’.

In 1985, she came out with the studio album, ‘Hounds of Love', which is one of her most successful albums. The next year, her compilation album titled, ‘The Whole Story' was released.

In 1986, she came out with the video album, 'The Hair of the Hound'. The same year, she came out with the video version of the album, ‘The Whole Story, which peaked at the music charts.

In 1989, her studio album, ‘The Sensual World' was released. The following year, she released a video version titled, ‘The Sensual World - The Videos' and came out with the EP, ‘Aspects of the Sensual World'.

In 1990, she starred in the TV film, ‘Les Dogs', a black comedy. This project was produced by The Comic Strip and was aired on the BBC television in March that year.

In 1993, she directed and also starred in the musical short film, ‘The Line, the Cross & the Curve’. The film was screened at the London Film Festival and featured songs from her album, ‘The Red Shoes', released the same year.

In 1994, she provided music for the commercial of the soft drink, ‘Fruitopia’. In later years, her song 'The Sensual World' was featured in the Canadian film ' Felicia's Journey'.

In 2005, she came out with her studio album titled, ‘Aerial'. The following year, a documentary on her titled, ‘Kate Bush Under Review’ was released. The documentary had excerpts of her interviews.

In 2007, she wrote the song 'Lyra' for the soundtrack of the film, ‘The Golden Compass'. The following year, a DVD collection of her Saturday Night Live performances was released.

In 2011, she came out with the studio albums, ‘Director's Cut and '50 Words for Snow'. The following year, she released her music video titled, ‘Lake Tahoe'.

Major Works

Her 1980 album titled, ‘Never for Ever' was one of the first female solo albums to peak at the number one position on the UK Albums Chart. The album also became the ‘20th best-selling single of the year’.

Her album ‘Hounds of Love' was one of her best-selling albums that peaked at the number one position on the UK Albums Chart. ‘Q Magazine’ listed the album as ‘the third Greatest Album of All-Time by a Female Artist’.

Awards & Achievements

In 1987, she received the BRIT Award for the category of 'Best British Female Solo Artist’.

In 2002, she became the recipient of the Ivor Novello Award for the category of 'Outstanding Contribution to British Music'.

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.

Personal Life & Legacy

She is married to guitarist Dan McIntosh, with whom she has a son named Albert.

Trivia

This English singer, actress and musician invented a specially designed wireless microphone headset in order to sing and perform her complicated dance numbers.

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Kate Bush biography timelines

  • // 30th Jul 1958
    She was born as Catherine Bush in Welling, Kent, England to Robert Bush, a physician and Hannah Daly. She grew up in the family farmhouse in East Wickham, where she had a Roman Catholic upbringing.
  • // 1978
    In February 1978, she came out with her debut album, ‘The Kick Inside', which featured the hit single, ‘Wuthering Heights'. In November that year, she released another album titled, 'Lionheart'
  • // 1979
    In 1979, she came out with the extended play, ‘On Stage’, which included live recordings. The following year, her album titled, ‘Never for Ever' was released. The album topped the charts.
  • // 1979
    From April 2, 1979 to May 13, 1979, she went on the ‘The Tour of Life', which was a concert tour that included 24 performances from her earlier albums, ' ‘The Kick Inside' and 'Lionheart'.
  • // 1980
    In November 1980, she came out with her one-off single titled, ‘December Will Be Magic Again’. The following year, she came out with the video album, ‘Live at the Hammersmith Odeon'.
  • // 1982
    Released in 1982, her studio album, ‘The Dreaming‘, received mixed reviews from music critics. The following year, she came out with the extended play, ‘Kate Bush', which was released in U.S and Canada only.
  • // 1983
    In 1983, she came out with her video album titled, ‘The Single File'. Some of her other music videos include, ‘Running Up that Hill’, ‘Wuthering Heights’, ‘The Man with the Child in His Eyes’ and ‘Cloudbusting’.
  • // 1985
    In 1985, she came out with the studio album, ‘Hounds of Love', which is one of her most successful albums. The next year, her compilation album titled, ‘The Whole Story' was released.
  • // 1986
    In 1986, she came out with the video album, 'The Hair of the Hound'. The same year, she came out with the video version of the album, ‘The Whole Story, which peaked at the music charts.
  • // 1987
    In 1987, she received the BRIT Award for the category of 'Best British Female Solo Artist’.
  • // 1989
    In 1989, her studio album, ‘The Sensual World' was released. The following year, she released a video version titled, ‘The Sensual World - The Videos' and came out with the EP, ‘Aspects of the Sensual World'.
  • // 1990
    In 1990, she starred in the TV film, ‘Les Dogs', a black comedy. This project was produced by The Comic Strip and was aired on the BBC television in March that year.
  • // 1993
    In 1993, she directed and also starred in the musical short film, ‘The Line, the Cross & the Curve’. The film was screened at the London Film Festival and featured songs from her album, ‘The Red Shoes', released the same year.
  • // 1994
    In 1994, she provided music for the commercial of the soft drink, ‘Fruitopia’. In later years, her song 'The Sensual World' was featured in the Canadian film ' Felicia's Journey'.
  • // 2002
    In 2002, she became the recipient of the Ivor Novello Award for the category of 'Outstanding Contribution to British Music'.
  • // 2005
    In 2005, she came out with her studio album titled, ‘Aerial'. The following year, a documentary on her titled, ‘Kate Bush Under Review’ was released. The documentary had excerpts of her interviews.
  • // 2007
    In 2007, she wrote the song 'Lyra' for the soundtrack of the film, ‘The Golden Compass'. The following year, a DVD collection of her Saturday Night Live performances was released.
  • // 2011
    In 2011, she came out with the studio albums, ‘Director's Cut and '50 Words for Snow'. The following year, she released her music video titled, ‘Lake Tahoe'.
  • // 2013
    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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Kate Bush's FAQ

  • What is Kate Bush birthday?

    Kate Bush was born at 1958-07-30

  • Where is Kate Bush's birth place?

    Kate Bush was born in Welling, Southeast London, England

  • What is Kate Bush nationalities?

    Kate Bush's nationalities is British

  • Who is Kate Bush spouses?

    Kate Bush's spouses is Dan McIntosh

  • Who is Kate Bush siblings?

    Kate Bush's siblings is John Bush, Paddy Bush

  • Who is Kate Bush childrens?

    Kate Bush's childrens is Albert McIntosh

  • What was Kate Bush universities?

    Kate Bush studied at St Joseph's Convent Grammar School (later the St Joseph's campus of Bexley College) Catholic girls' school

  • Which company or organization was founded by Kate Bush?

    Kate Bush was the founder/co-founder of Novercia Ltd.

  • How tall is Kate Bush?

    Kate Bush's height is 160

  • Who is Kate Bush's father?

    Kate Bush's father is Robert Bush

  • Who is Kate Bush's mother?

    Kate Bush's mother is Hannah Daly

  • What is Kate Bush's sun sign?

    Kate Bush is Leo