Kitty Stewart bridges the worlds of contemporary folk and comedy-pop with rich, soulful vocals, sweet ukulele delights and an interactive, captivating performance.
Her lyrics are funny and heart-warming, telling tales that take you on adventures across the globe and deep into your heart - weaving themes of environmental activism, mental health and all things weird and wonderful. Imagine a cheeky cocktail of Kate Nash, Beans on Toast and Rising Appalachia and that's Kitty - fuelled by the fire in her belly for social and climate justice.
From Glastonbury Festival and Sofar Sounds gigs to air time on BBC Radio amidst regular school and hospital performances, Kitty's performance promises a soul-nourishing good time, plenty of humour and a gathering of dancers and singers for her impressive medleys.
LIVE MUSIC NOW
Inspiring Musicians Transforming Lives
Kitty is a freelance musician for Live Music Now, working across SEN schools, hospitals and care homes in the UK to connect people experiencing social exclusion or disadvantage with music. She creates engaging, interactive, evidence-based live music sessions that meaningfully enhance health and well-being, improve communication, strengthen relationships and deliver positive effects long after the last note has been played.
Bristol's Contemporary Music Choir
Kitty is a member of Bristol's prestigious Murmuration Choir, a 40-60 voiced, contemporary choral project that brings together a collective of singers and artists dedicated to their craft, who share a passion for innovators and visionaries of 21st-century popular music. Largely inspired by 6Music DJs, and the alternative music scene, their repertoire draws from a palate of Independent, Neo-Soul, Electronic, and Experimental Pop, and is realised into 8-part vocal harmony, soundscape, effects and percussion.
Kitty performed her own solo with the choir at the stunning venue The Mount Without supporting and accompanying Aisha Vaughn's 2022 Concert. More recently she sung with the choir at Bristol's Trinity Centre as a live soundtrack to the premiere screening of Martin Dohrn's wildlife documentary "The Birds and some Bees".