Red Stripe Music Award- “Kitty and the Lost Boys took to the stage and kicked the show into another gear. Fronted by the gorgeous Kitty, the band looked great together and delivered a tight performance, wowing the crowd with some great lyrics and Blondie influenced vocals.”
Lemonrock review of ‘True Baby’: “This pop song was written by Kitty when she was 11. Given the standard of ‘adult’ pop tunes being touted on the radio today, this shows remarkable talent. Yes, it has a simple innocence, both lyrically and in the slightly over-compressed mix, but then, so do most Blondie songs. Here’s to original home-grown UK pop! This song appears on Kitty & The Lost Boys first album “Losing The Habit”.
Tavistock Band fronted by glamorous female vocalist and bass player. Their debut album Losing The Habit was released at the end of 2006 Album No. 2 NEVERLAND can be bought on Amazon, iTunes etc and work has just commenced on Album No 3 IT’S NOT OK with video to follow. Watch this space! This year has also seen Kitty and The Lost Boys featured on a compilation CD “Cornwall Introducing” alongside some other excellent local bands!!
2009 is set to be an electric year for Kitty and the Lost Boys!!
Kitty and The Lost Boys have gigged extensively in the southwest and Spain over the past 18 months and featured on Radio Devon, Jump Radio, BBC Radio 6, Exeter Hospital Radio, Radio Southwest, Pirate FM and EXETER FM. They were also selected to play at the RED STRIPE MUSIC AWARDS NA UNSIGNED and chosen by bandbacker.com as one of their 100 unsigned bands. They also won week 4 of the people’s music awards in both pop and indie section.