Kimberley Rew

Kimberley Rew

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Kimberley Rew (born 1951) is an English rock and roll singer-songwriter and guitarist. He is best known as a member of Katrina and the Waves 1981 to 1999 and of Robyn Hitchcock's Soft Boys 1978 to 1981. Two of his better known compositions, both written for Katrina and the Waves, are "Walking on Sunshine" and "Love Shine a Light," performed by Katrina and the Waves as the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1997, taking the country to its first victory in the contest since 1981.

The Rew family hails from Bristol, and moved house several times during Kim's boyhood before he arrived at Jesus College, Cambridge in 1971, and settled in that city. After a brief excursion into archaeology at West Stow Anglo Saxon Village and gaining a degree from Cambridge Rew formed the Waves with Alex Cooper in 1975, before joining the Soft Boys in 1978, recording the Can of Bees and Underwater Moonlight albums. Little regarded at the time, these recordings have been rereleased several times since, steadily establishing their place in a corner of the critical landscape.

In 1981 Robyn Hitchcock began his solo career; Rew and Cooper joined with Katrina Leskanich and Vince de la Cruz to form Katrina and the Waves. The group survived a slow career climb by tours of RAF bases and Canadian club gigs, then teamed up with producers Pat Collier and Scott Litt to record Rew compositions "Going Down to Liverpool", covered by The Bangles, and in 1985...
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