IN THE FIRST EIGHT MONTHS OF 1978, BRITISH POP STAR KATE Bush has leapt from unknown to a star of international renown.
IN THE FIRST EIGHT MONTHS OF 1978, BRITISH POP STAR KATE Bush has leapt from unknown to a star of international renown. Her records 'Wuthering Heights' and 'The Kick Inside' have stormed up the world's hit parades, and, earlier this year, she finished second in the Tokyo Song Festival. She has been working on a new album in France, but, last week, was back in Britain to receive platinum and gold discs from overseas record executives.
SYNOPSIS: The presentation was the Great Fosters, 19 miles (30 kilometres) south west of London. Now a hotel, it was once a hunting lodge owned by Queen Elizabeth the First, and on hand to greet Kate was Elizabeth's father, 'henry the Eighth'
Minstrels were also there, mingling with guests, before 'King Henry' introduced the presentation.
As well as Holland, presentations were made by representatives of the Italian and Australian record industries....Later Kate was asked about her plans.