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Kate repays her Suffolk fans

Singer Kate Jackson decided to repay her loyal local fans by marking Friday’s launch of her new album British Road Movies with a special performance.

The former Culford School pupil appeared at the Vinyl Hunter record shop in St John’s Street, Bury St Edmunds, on Saturday with her touring group The Wrong Moves.

Kate also created an exclusive poster of her artwork for the first 50 sales of the album, which is exclusive to us at Vinyl Hunter, and signed and hand numbering the first 50 copies.

The indie rock star, who was ranked number seven in NME’s 2006 Cool List, has been getting press national attention and her music has been played on BBC6.

After Culford, she went to university in Sheffield where she began writing and performning with fellow graduates forming The Long Blondes.


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