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A New Single by…….
Taken from the new album ‘Peppermint Radio’ (Blueberry Pie Records & EMI distr.)
Released Fri. Sept 10th 2010

Folk Singer Kate Walsh aims to impress with her new album, PEPPERMINT RADIO; an arresting collection of unexpected covers, delicately strewn and coherently welded in Kate’s own unique musical subtleties. For Walsh, album No. 4 is a combination of important songs that transport you to another time and includes songs by some of her favourite UK artists from the 80s/90s & 00s.The idea behind the album title was inspired from her childhood years when she played with a knitting machine that she emulated as a mixing desk (complete with faders) and pretended she worked in a radio station, which she called PEPPERMINT RADIO. That heralded a vast selection of music that shaped the artist she became.

At present Walsh’s resume reads rather impressively: She is the only unsigned artist ever to have had an iTunes No.1 Album in the UK or the US. She has had several big syncs on US & UK shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and her single ‘Your Song’ was featured on the 2008 film ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’ as well the 2008 film The Crew. She previously performed on National Irish television shows such as ‘Other Voices’ and ‘The Late Late Show’. She has toured with Richard Hawley, Turin Brakes, Paulo Nutini, Josh Ritter, Mick Flannery and has just played 6 sold out shows at the Royal Albert Hall with Mark Knopfler.

Introducing the album, the first single will be ‘A LITTLE RESPECT’, the Top 5 UK Chart hit from 1988 by Erasure. Walsh’s own interpretation of the song is presented in a sublime simplistic piano based melodic temperance that marks the stunning vocalist that Walsh is widely known to be. Earnestly inviting the listener in and introducing them to a new audible experience of some old classics, done in a style that only Kate Walsh can do so perfectly sublime.


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