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Kitty Daisy and Lewis

Kitty Daisy and Lewis

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Multi-instrumentalist British trio made up of siblings of the Durham family

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Siblings Kitty Daisy and Lewis channel a sound and style that was popular long before they were born - a combination of Memphis blues, rockabilly, and ska.

Kitty Daisy and Lewis

Siblings Kitty Daisy and Lewis channel a sound and style that was popular long before they were born - a combination of Memphis blues, rockabilly, and ska.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Reared in a music-loving household in North London, sibling trio Kitty Daisy & Lewis create original rockabilly, R&B and vintage country songs which they’ll share with Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

Kitty Daisy and Lewis

Reared in a music-loving household in North London, sibling trio Kitty Daisy & Lewis create original rockabilly, R&B and vintage country songs which they’ll share with Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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