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Kay Savannah

AWARD WINNING VOCALIST

Thank you to everyone for your continued support

I'm very often referred to as the singer with an amazing voice (little pocket rocket). I have been singing for most of my life, having begun to sing with semi-professional groups whilst I was still a teenager. Since those days, I have performed in hundreds of gigs all over the country.

 

For Several years, I was the lead singer of the multi award winning trio Beyond Words which came to an end on 3rd January 2015.

 

Beyond Words was my first love, but due to overwhelming public demand, I decided to spread my wings a little further and experience the new challenges of performing solo in 2011. The response was overwhelming, and this resulted in me becoming a full-time professional performing artiste in December 2012.


My latest venue is with Debby Alexander called the Friendzy Show (60s/70s/80s).  Thank you to Tipton Sports & Social for holding our first show at their club in 2017.  We currently have a steady stream of bookings coming in for this show but dates are now limited for 2019. Please contact us early to avoid disappointment. We are also now taking bookings for 2020.

 

 

Through the years promo 2015.

 

Any donations for the CD will be donated to the Juvenile Diabeties Research Foundation (JDRF).

 

Please note that no profit to myself has been made out of the CD.

 

£66 was given to JDRF.


My highlight and most cherished moments of my singing career to date has been my charitable work. (see my charity page). I've performed in Russia, Poland and Germany for those less fortunate.

 

I hold close the awards I have won with Beyond Words, gained via the Midlands Entertainment Council for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014 . Support from this council in particular has been amazing - Thank you


Thank you to South Staffordshire Entertainment Council for Beyond Words Jack Stain and Best Band awards during 2013 - very much appreciated.


I was voted best female solo for Birmingham during 2016, my first award as a solo artiste - Thank you Birmingham xx