1.Kathleen (Aerts) is a Belgian singer and former member of K3. In 2009 she released her debut album ‘Kathleen in Symfonie’, a switch from Kiddy Pop to Adult Contemporary music, featuring an orchestra. She released the singles ‘Samen Zijn’ (originally recorded by Willeke Alberti - which she also released in Afrikaans as ‘Samensyn’) and ‘Dat Afgezaagde Zinnetje’ with Danny de Munk (a cover of Somethin’ Stupid, originally recorded by Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra. The album also included Nicole’s ‘Een Beetje Vrede’ (Ein bißchen Frieden) - the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 - and her follow up single ‘Papillon’.

With her second album ‘Vlinders’ she seems to once again aim at a younger audience.

2.Kathleen Sergerie, known professionally as Kathleen, is a Québécoise pop singer from Quebec, Canada who records only under her first name. She released several albums and scored hits on the Canadian charts in the early 1990s with songs such as “Où aller” and “Ça va bien!”

Her 1993 album Ça va bien! was written and produced by Jean-Pierre Isaac.


Kathleen (1991)
Ça va bien! (1993)
Cette fille-Là (1996)

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