Welcome to the Official Web Site
| Rew can be heard with blues-rock band Jack most weekends in
Cambridgeshire pubs, most Wednesdays at the Wednesday Session, the Boathouse, Cambridge and occasionally with Kim and Lee |
The Rew albums Are We There Yet, Daddy? and Miles of Smiles, and the Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry album Tribute to the Troggs are now available, and the Rew album The Safest Place is once again available from CD Baby and the usual outlets including itunes.
In an awards ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel London,
BMI mark 3 million plays of the Rew composition Walking on sunshine.
Kim and Lee achieve official superfan status with the legenday Gorn from the Original Star Trek TV series - see p66
Gorn to Trek by Bobby Clark.
The songs Flower Superpower (from The Next Big Adventure) and Bloody Old England (from Healing Broadway) are
available on a 7 inch vinyl single from
The even more latest Rew solo album The Next Big Adventure is now out on
- 12 tunes featuring Lee Cave-Berry, Alex Cooper, Ian Gibbons and Terry Edwards.
The latest Rew solo album Healing Broadway is now out on
- 12 tunes featuring Lee Cave-Berry, Alex Cooper, Ian Gibbons, John Wright and Tony Hill.
2013 is the centenary of Edward Thomas' travelogue In Pursuit of Spring. A rough re-creation of this journey on this website under the heading In Search Of In Pursuit Of Spring.
Rew's song All I want is you for Christmas from the album Strawberry Fair appears on
Sartorial Records Christmas compilation All Ready for the 25th, featuring Cold Specks, Department S, Porky the Poet, Robyn Hitchcock, The #NJC# and many more.
The latest Rew solo album Technically Closer than Tooting is now out on
- 12 tunes featuring Lee Cave-Berry, Alex Cooper, Ian Gibbons and John Wright
"Jack" have finally got some decent videos on Youtube, playing Gone Shooting and Hit me with your Rhythm Stick at the Emperor, Cambridge.
The latest Rew solo album Strawberry Fair is now out on
CDBaby and iTunes - 14 tunes featuring Lee Cave-Berry, Alex Cooper, Ian Gibbons, Morris Windsor and John Wright
There is a podcast with Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry on the Kipper the Cat Show 10/05/2011 - Cambridge105 - the community radio station for Cambridge
There is an online interview with Rew on the internet review station Icon Fetch
The Best of Kimberley Rew (songs from all the solo albums) available now on iTunes
The Soft Boys albums A Can of Bees and Underwater Moonlight are being rereleased again with yet more extra tracks.
Walking on Sunshine 25th anniversary edition now available including a version by the Soweto Gospel Choir. Also the Best of Katrina and the Waves, a new compilation album.
The four reissued albums are now available around the world, digitally and on CD.
This site now has a video page with material from 1977 to 2010, some exclusive!
The first ever Kimberley Rew solo album Bible of Bop from 1981, with backing from the Waves, the Soft Boys and the dBs, plus the first Waves album, Shock Horror from 1982, plus the first two Katrina and the Waves albums from 1983 and 1984, are reissued, with previously unreleased extra tracks, in cd format on 26th April (Bible of Bop also available digitally).
The latest Rew solo Album The Safest Place is now out on download (including iTunes)- 12 memorable tunes featuring the trusted team of Lee Cave-Berry, Alex Cooper, Ian Gibbons and John Wright.
Tunnel into Summer, Great Central Revisited and Essex Hideaway are still available!
There is a free download of the concept EP Ridgewayon this website.
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