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'Dusty' Talent star is to sing at The Orchard

PUBLISHED: 16:28 05 August 2009 | UPDATED: 17:16 16 August 2010

A TALENTED singer and TV talent show winner is due to perform the music of Dusty Springfield, Cher, Tina Turner and Annie Lennox at a top venue. Katy Setterfield, who stunned audiences on the BBC1 show The One and Only with her take on the music of Dusty

A TALENTED singer and TV talent show winner is due to perform the music of Dusty Springfield, Cher, Tina Turner and Annie Lennox at a top venue.

Katy Setterfield, who stunned audiences on the BBC1 show The One and Only with her take on the music of Dusty Springfield, is expected to appear at The Orchard Theatre, Home Gardens, Dartford, on Sunday, September 6.

The talented impersonator will sing tracks by classic female artists from the 1960s and '70s in the show, called Here Come The Girls.

She said: "I can't wait to start touring with my new show. I had a huge amount of fun with my first UK tour and I still can't get over the nation's reaction to the show.

"Every performance is another opportunity for me to thank so many people for voting me the winner on the BBC show.

"The more live shows I do in the UK and throughout the world the more I realise how well-loved both Dusty and The One and Only were. The quality of the songs is truly remarkable. I feel privileged to be associated with this country's finest recording artist and I'm constantly amazed how much her songs mean to so many people. Her songs will live forever.

Katy is a seasoned musician, having spent eight years with her band That'll be the Day, before she won the popular show last February.

She added: "Cher, Tina, Annie, Bette and Motown all have huge hits for me to have fun with, and this new show gives me the chance to strut around in some great costumes and wigs. It's a great night out for everyone, with brilliant songs and a fabulous band. You'll love it!"

Tickets for the show, which starts at 7.30pm, are priced £16.50. Call the box office on 01322 220000 for tickets and more information.


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