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Kyla Brox

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See Also: http://www.last.fm/music/Kyla+Brox+Band Kyla was born to sing. Hailing from Manchester, she grew up listening to her dad play the blues and her mum singing opera. At the age of 12 her dreams turned to reality when she started performing in her father’s band, The Victor Brox Blues Train. Since then, Kyla has grown to be an incredible singer, widely regarded as Britain’s number one female Blues singer. With five albums already recorded, Kyla has just released “Grey Sky Blue”, an acoustic extravaganza, featuring the unique guitar skills of song-writing partner, Danny Blomeley. Kyla’s music is a heady mix of moody, classic blues and moving personal reflection, along with the cheeky lyrics and chunky, funky riff-driven songs that showcase Danny’s explosive guitar style so well. Never one to hold back, when Kyla performs you’re guaranteed an awesome performance, brimming with heart and soul and bursting with energy.
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Kyla was born to sing. She grew up in Manchester, England, listening to her dad singing the blues and her mum singing opera, not to mention the soul and rock exploits of her four older siblings, so it seems inevitable that she would be bitten by the music bug. By the age of 3 she had her heart set firmly on becoming a singer (even asking for Chaka Khan’s clothes, hair and voice for Christmas!) and by 1993, at 12 years old, she had already begun to sing in her father’s band, the Victor Brox Blues Train (which he originally formed way back in the 60s with Kyla’s mother, Annette).

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