Kat Pearson 'A Lady Sings The Blues'

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Last Show: Saturday 12 th March 2022

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

With a career spanning over 20 years, Kat Pearson has shared a stage with many great artists, including from, the Blues Hall of Fame, Mud Morganfield (Muddy Waters’s eldest son) and Lil’ Jimmy Reed, plus LuLu, Jason Rebello, Chris Jagger, Tony Remmy, to name but a few. Tonight Kat Pearson together with her band will perform some of the very best of the blues. The intimacy of the Pheasantry cabaret room is the perfect setting to enjoy the excellence of this special lady, Kat Pearson, and her acclaimed show 'A Lady Sings the Blues’.



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Kat has also performed on multiple television programs and in “Pop Promos” including Top of The Pop, Thank God Is Friday, Richard and Judy, and Jonathan Ross.

It was her performance on The Word that won her a contract with Columbia Records, which led to extensive touring of the UK, Europe, and Australia. After a standing ovation at the Montreaux Festival she was asked to guest on other record labels such as Acid Jazz, London Records and Music for Nations.

Kat Person hales from a family steeped in the tradition of Gospel hymns and Blues folklore; her roots go all the way back to the cotton fields of rural Tennessee.

Kat was born in East Long Beach. At an early age, Kathleen’s family moved to the South Bay area of Los Angeles. For her 18th birthday, Kathleen’s parents took her and two younger brothers to London. Here she found an even more culturally diverse community, which clearly made an impact on young Kathleen who year after year kept coming back for more. The live scene was vibrant at the time and she couldn’t have enough of it; meeting musicians and gigging in venues like the King’s Head, The Dublin Castle, Ronnie Scott’s and the Jazz Café. It was only a matter of time before her music career took off, and she relocated in the UK to do what she loved best, singing.

But it was a few years later, whilst taking some time off in Spain, that Kathleen finally rediscovered a genre of music that was closer to her heart than she could have ever imagined. At an impromptu gig with a Blues band, she noticed her delivery came very naturally, bringing back a sound that had always been a part of the family’s tapestry. It was there and then that she realised what her true colours were, and she finally gave way to the Blues.

The release of “I Kat the Blues” in 2013, followed in 2017 by “Blues Is the New Cool”, are a testimony to the quality of Kat and her band. Their efforts were welcomed by extensive gigging and rave reviews from both sides of the Atlantic.