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Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry

 

Kimberley Rew first came to popular notice in the 1970s as a member of Robyn Hitchcock’s Soft Boys. Rew was subsequently a founder member of Katrina and the Waves, and wrote the hits Walking on Sunshine and the Eurovision Song Contest winning Love Shine a Light. 

 

Rew and wife and musical partner Lee Cave-Berry formed their duo in 1998. They are now Heritage Artists with frequent appearances on Mike Read’s Heritage Chart and 365 Radio’s Legacy Chart. Jonno Stamford will be joining Kim and Lee for the Shropshire Camp Bestival Set.

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