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Kate Marie Nash is a famous British musician, who has the honor to receive the BRIT Award and NME Award. She was born on 6 July 1987 in Dublin.
Nash was interested in music from childhood, she got a chance to learn piano at Sandbach School. She had attended St. John Fisher School and moved onto the St Joan of Arc Catholic School, Rickmansworth. She got a training to play guitar from her teacher Louis Michelle. She had studied Theatre at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in South London.
It is interesting to know that she was rejected in an audition at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, after which she fell down a flight of stairs, breaking her foot. As she was on a process of recovery and could not move, so her mother bought her an electric guitar. Nash used her time to concentrate on songwriting.
She had started to write new songs, along with finishing old ones. She had decided to book herself a gig at a local bar in Harrow called Trinity on Gayton Road to showcase her songs. It turned out to be a point to start her career in music. After several gigs, Nash uploaded her music to the social networking website MySpace. Nash found herself a manager before proceeding to look for producers for her music.
She had debuted with a single?Caroline's a Victim/Birds, it was Iceland and released through Moshi Moshi in February 2007. The release was limited to 1000 copies, and was available on only 7 vinyl. Due to demand another 1000 copies were made and sold out. A video for the song was released and received airplay on MTV2.
Nash was signed to the Polydor offshoot Fiction Records in 2007. After a month of the release, she was mocked through a parody of her song, Caroline's a Victim entitled LDN Is A Victim. Her second single and first through Fiction Records, Foundations, it was co-written with producer Paul Epworth. The single was released on June 18, 2007 and reached number two in the official UK Singles Chart.
Following Foundations, Fiction announced plans to bring forward the release of Nash's debut album to August 6, 2007. The album, Made of Bricks, produced by Paul Epworth, included many of the tracks she had been performing on her two nationwide tours. The album was leaked to filesharing networks days before its commercial release, and has received mixed reviews, The Independent describing it as being in pole position for worst album of the year. The album reached number 1 in the UK charts.
During mid-2007, Nash performed at numerous festivals including Wireless Festival, Bestival, the Electric Gardens, Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading and Leeds, Oxegen and T in the Park. She made her official TV performance debut on Later with Jools Holland.
Regarding the recording of a new album, Nash told NME that she had been inspired by The Supremes and has written a song called Cat Song in their honour. She is also set to release a duet single with Billy Bragg, a cover of The Shangri-Las Give Storey A Great Big Kiss.