Kate Garner & Her Band

‘Songs From The Art Deco Decades’

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Last Show: Wednesday 2 nd October 2019

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Kate Garner is a singer, pianist, songwriter and daughter of the late Chas Hodges of Chas and Dave. In her new show, 'Songs From The Art Deco Decades' which makes its debut at The Pheasantry, Kate sings at the piano accompanied by a fabulously authentic line up of drums, double bass and alto sax/clarinet. Together they celebrate the songs of the 1920s and 30s with an evening of style and fun that was at the very heart of the Art Deco decades. Kate’s exceptional musicians have performed all over the world for many named artists including the legendary Pasadena Roof Orchestra.  

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Brought up in a musical family and old songs, Kate’s particular love of music from the 1920’s and 1930’s began at the age of 12 when her dad bought her a wind up gramophone.

She has performed at many vintage events from Goodwood to the London Palladium. She featured on Channel 4’s ‘Come Dine With Me’ and a BBC documentary about ‘Mrs Mills’.

Kate has guested with Chas and Dave at The Royal Albert Hall where she performed a song she was asked to write for their album. She also performed with her father at Boisdale’s for Jools Holland.

Kate has written her own musical set in the 1930’s and based on the ‘Mapp and Lucia’ novels by EF Benson. It is currently in development with London producers ‘Runaway Entertainment’.