b. c.1960, London, Britain. As a kid Kenyon was motivated to sing and dance, acquiring lessons and getting into arts event contests; she also performed piano and paid attention to her dad’s assortment of jazz information. While singing having a college choir in a music event in Harrow she was noticed by Man Barker, a musician who was simply also showing up there. Along with his encouragement she started moving towards a significant and focused desire for performing. With Barker, she became a member of Steam Heat, an area jazz rock-band, and was after that motivated by him to wait an engagement from the Country wide Youngsters Jazz Orchestra. There, she sang ‘Summertime’ using the music group also to such great impact that NYJO got her on as its initial regular music group singer, at age only 14. Using a repertoire of quality tracks, most of them created specifically for her by Costs Ashton among others, Kenyon quickly became a fundamental element of the music group’s performances, performing using the ensemble furthermore to executing solos. With NYJO she toured thoroughly, appeared on tv and record, with the Royal Order Variety Efficiency, London, in 1978. On departing NYJO, Kenyon sang with CARPARK, an outfit shaped from NYJO people, using the music group led by Dick Morrissey and Jim Mullen, and sometimes appeared on tv to get better-known performers. She also toured internationally with a few of them, including Mick Jagger. She after that joined up with Heaven 17, who in 1983 charted at #2 2 in the united kingdom with ‘Enticement’. Agreed upon to A&M Information and relaunched because the ‘Warrior Girl’, filled with gimmicky dark leather gear along with a live hawk, she produced more information. She was after that with Go Western world, and in 1986 teamed with Paul Hardcastle for even more chart successes, especially with ‘Don’t Waste materials My Period’, which reached # 5 5. She continuing to focus on television and in addition sang on film soundtracks, and in 1995 made an appearance again on the Royal Order Variety Performance, this time around opening the present. Always performing with outstanding control and great flair, Kenyon’s stylistic range shows up unlimited. Furthermore to right pop as well as the jazz-inflected ballads she sang with NYJO, she’s also sung inside a traditional vein, carrying out memorably on NYJO’s ‘The Sherwood Forest Collection’, made up by Paul Hart, along with a 1996 recording targeted at the elusive traditional crossover marketplace. An enormously flexible singer having a protected musical basis, Kenyon appears well-placed to keep expanding her developing audience well in to the twenty-first century.