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Kate Rusby


Who is Kate Rusby?

Kate Rusby: Kate Anna Rusby is an English folk singer and songwriter from Penistone, Barnsley. Sometimes known as The Barnsley Nightingale, she has headlined various British national folk festivals, and is one of the most famous contemporary English folk singers. In 2001 The Guardian described her as "a superstar of the British acoustic scene." In 2007 the BBC website described her as "The first lady of young folkies". She is one of the few folk singers to have been nominated for the Mercury Prize.

  • also known as Rusby, Kate; Kate Anna Rusby
  • born on (42 years ago) in Penistone
  • ethnicity: English people
  • nationality: England
  • education: Barnsley College
  • profession: Singer, singer-songwriter
  • member of musical groups:
  • spouses:
  • genre: Folk music
  • albums: "Hourglass", "Sleepless", "Little Lights", "10", "Underneath the Stars", "The Girl Who Couldn't Fly", "Awkward Annie", "Sweet Bells", "Make the Light", "Heartlands", "Cowsong", "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?", "Live from Leeds", "While Mortals Sleep", "Withered and Died", "Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts", "20"
  • filmography: "Heartlands"
  • official website:

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Google previewEncyclopedia of the End (2008)

Mysterious Death in Fact, Fancy, Folklore, and More by Deborah Noyes

Contemporary folk and rock bal- ladeers like Johnny Cash, Kate Rusby, Bruce Springsteen, Nick Cave, and the Decemberists have drawn on all of these influences, evoking ghost lovers of old and crafting murder ballads for a new age.

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