KatieJane Garside who is born on July 8, 1968 in England is a famous Rock Singer. The age of KatieJane Garside is 48 year old. The birth sign of KatieJane Garside is Cancer. KatieJane Garside has have thousand of fans and supporters in England.
Kate is singer, lyricist and visual artist working in England and is best known for Alternative rock and folk noir genre. She started her career in 1989 with rock band, Daisy Chainsaw, as lead vocalist. She performed alongside Crispin Gray, Richard Adams, Vince Johnson and Belinda Leith in band making release of album, Eleventeen (1992) with hit song ‘Love Your Money’. She took a leave from band as she went to nervous breakdown in 1993. Kate made her return in the world of music forming band ‘Queenadreena’ with Crisipin Gray in 1999 releasing five studio and 1 live album before disbanding in 2009: -
• Taxidermy (2000)
• Drink Me (2002)
• The Butcher and the Butterfly (2005)
• Live at the ICA (2005, Live album)
• Ride A Cock Horse (2007)
• Djin (2008)
She further made her next album release titled as ‘The Ventriloquist’ in collaboration with Chris Whittingham on 8th November, 2007 under band, Ruby Throat, with just sale of 500 copies. Kate also led following albums under Ruby Throat: -
• Tour EP (2009)
• Out of a Black Cloud Came a Bird (2009)
• O’ Doubt O’ Stars (2012)
• Baby Darling Taporo (TBA)
She even showed up her appearance in album of band, Test Department, titled as “Totality” in 1995 and made her solo debut with home recordings and short films such as ‘Lalleshwari/Lullabies in a Glasswilderness’ in 2006.
She is in relationship with Chris Whittingham living together with two children; Dylan and lo Leilani on a boat named Lona. The boat was repaired by them after being damaged in storm of 2012.
Her sister, Melanie, played bass for the band Queenadreena.
She was born on 8th July, 1968 in Buckrose, East Riding of Yorkshire, England as Katrina Jane Garside. Kate was raised with her sister, Melanie, spending most of her childhood days in Yacht. Her father used to perform for musical band in England and she also moved on her father’s footstep choosing singing as career.
She co-created comic books ‘Lesions in the Brain’ and ‘Indigo Vertigo’ with Daniel Schaffer, a British writer.