Katie Jane Garside

Born 8 July 1968.


KatieJane Garside (born Katrina Jane Garside; 8 July 1968) is an English singer-songwriter, visual artist and writer. Garside was originally known as the lead vocalist of indie noise rock band Daisy Chainsaw, which she formed in 1989 with guitarist Crispin Gray. After quitting the band in 1993 and going into seclusion, Garside re-emerged in 1999, forming Queen Adreena with Gray. Garside has written and released material under her band Ruby Throat, which is a collaboration with Chris Whittingham, since the early 2000s.

Garside has also worked in performance art, film and photography. In late 2007, her exhibition Darling, they've found the body was shown at WOOM in Birmingham, United Kingdom. She has previously exhibited, in 2005, at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London; Queen Adreena also recorded their first live album there, Live at the ICA (2005). Through her musical career, Garside has become particularly known for her manic onstage behavior and wild live concerts.

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