Cathy Dennis

Genres: Funk Pop / Rock
Tags: pop dance female vocalists 90s 80s british alternative Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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25 March 1969, Norwich, Norfolk, England. Dennis displayed early vocal poise and by the age of 13 she was singing in her father’s Alan Dennis Band at Butlin’s holiday resorts. Cathy started her career proper in the mid-80s singing in a covers band where she was spotted by Dancin’ Danny D’s manager, Simon Fuller, at the time looking for a female singer to work with the producer and remixer. She subsequently signed to Polydor Records and started writing her own songs and recording solo. She put this parallel career on hold to work with Danny D’s D-Mob, between them achieving a chart hit with ‘C’Mon And Get My Love’. While other D-Mob tracks employed a variety of backing vocalists, Dennis was also featured on ‘That’s The Way Of The World’.

By the end of 1989 Dennis was able to resume her solo career with ‘Just Another Dream’ and her debut album. Her first significant success came...

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