Kate Ceberano

Kate Ceberano

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Kate Ceberano
Born November 17 1966

Kate Ceberano (born 17 November 1966) is an Australian singer. She achieved success in the soul, jazz and pop genres as well as in her brief forays into musicals with Jesus Christ Superstar and film. She has also achieved success as a songwriter, with the hit "Pash" going gold in 1998.

Ceberano launched the debut Berlei Curves Spring Summer 2010 collection as the Berlei Curves ambassador.

She will be Artistic Director for the 2012 and 2013 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.[1]

Biography

Ceberano was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia of an American father of Filipino descent[2] (karate master Tino Ceberano) and an Australian mother. Her maternal forebears were some of the earliest settlers and government officials in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.[2]

In 2010 Ceberano was crowned Queen of Moomba. Molly Meldrum was crowned King.[3]

In February 2011 Ceberano joined the Nine Network's travel program Getaway, as a guest presenter.

Ceberano is an active member of the Church of Scientology.[4][5]

Discography

Singles

Single Year ARIA New Zealand Charts
It's Magic / "Only with You (Backing vocals for John Justin) 1984 -
Someday (with I'm Talking) 1984 -
Barbados (with the Models) 1985 2
Trust Me (with I'm Talking) 1985 10
Lead the Way (with I'm Talking) 1985 25
Out of Mind, Out of Sight (with the Models) 1985 1
Love Don't Live Here Anymore (with I'm Talking) 1985 21
Do You Wanna Be? (with I'm Talking) 1986 8
Holy Word (with I'm Talking) 1986 9
You've Always Got the Blues (duet with Wendy Matthews) 1988 81
"Bedroom Eyes" 1989 2 12
Love Dimension 1989 14
Brave / Young Boys Are My Weakness 1989 15
That's What I Call Love" (featured on the Soundtrack "She Devil") 1990 30
Dindi 1990 105
Nature Boy 1990 -
"Every Little Thing" 1991 34
Satisfied 1991 71
See Right Through / Everything Will Be Alright 1991 33
Calling You (with Andrew Pendlebury on guitar) 1992 97
"Everything's Alright" (with John Farnham and Jon Stevens) 1992 6
I Don't Know How to Love Him 1992 38
You've Got a Friend (Bass Culture Featuring Kate Ceberano) 1993 100
Feeling Alright 1994 99
All That I Want Is You 1994 88
Change 1995 100
Love and Affection 1996 91
Blue Box 1996 -
Pash 1997 9 36
Love Is Alive 1998 57
Time To Think 1998 -
I Won't Let You Down 1999 50
True Romantic 1999 79
Yes 2002/2003 -
Higher and Higher 2004 -
At Last 2004 -
Unchained Melody 2006 -
Go Your Own Way 2007 -
She Will Be Loved 2008 -

Albums

  • 1986 Bear Witness (lead singer in the band I'm Talking) Platinum (AUS #14)
  • 1987 Kate Ceberano & Her Septet Gold
  • 1988 You've Always Got the Blues (with Wendy Matthews) Platinum (AUS#7)
  • 1989 Brave Triple Platinum (AUS#2)
  • 1990 Like Now (as Kate Ceberano & Her Sextet) AUS #18
  • 1991 Think About It AUS #24
  • 1992 Jesus Christ Superstar Cast Album Role: Mary Magdalene (4× Platinum, 10.Wks at No. 1)
  • 1992 Open the Door Live at Mietta's
  • 1994 Kate Ceberano & Friends live album from her ABC TV show Gold AUS #19
  • 1996 Blue Box Gold AUS #18
  • 1997 Pash Gold AUS #23
  • 1999 True Romantic: The Best of Kate Ceberano Double Platinum (AUS#9)
  • 2003 Girl Can Help It
  • 2004 The Definitive Collection
  • 2004 19 Days in New York (AUS #53)
  • 2006 Live with The WASO
  • 2007 Nine Lime Avenue Platinum (AUS #4)
  • 2008 So Much Beauty[6] (AUS #9)
  • 2009 Bittersweet with trumpet player Mark Isham (AUS #80, #3 ARIA Jazz Chart)
  • 2009 Dallas et Kate - Australian Indie release with Dallas Cosmas (Prototype Musique)
  • 2009 Merry Christmas (AUS #17)
  • 2010 Merry Christmas (2010 Version)

Awards / highlights

  • 1999 Outstanding Achievement in the Arts in Asia Business Asia Awards
  • 1994 Peoples Choice Awards Favourite Female Singer (record 3rd time)
  • 1993 Peoples Choice Awards Favourite Female Singer
  • 1992 Peoples Choice Awards Favourite Female Singer
  • 1992 Coca Cola Australia Music Award Most Popular Female Performer
  • 1992 Coca Cola Australia Music Award Most Popular Song
  • 1992 Coca Cola Australia Music Award Most Popular Australian Act in a live Performance
  • 1990 MO Awards Female Jazz Performer of the Year
  • 1989 MO Awards Rock Performer of the Year
  • 1989 MO Awards Female Rock Performer of the Year
  • 1989 MO Awards Contemporary Concert Performer of the Year
  • 1989 Monte Carlo World Music Awards Highest Selling Australian Artist
  • 1989 ARIA Award Highest Selling Australian Single*
  • 1989 ARIA Award Best Female Artist*
  • 1988 ARIA Award Best Female Artist*
  • Kate has been nominated 7 times; a record equalled only by Kylie Minogue
  • 1987 Coca Cola Australia Music Award Most Popular Female Performer
  • 1987 Asian Popular Song Contest Winner
  • 1986 Countdown Awards Best Female Artist
  • 1985 Countdown Awards Best Female Artist
  • 1984 Countdown Awards Most Promising New Talent
  • 2010 Performance at CoM

Film / Television

Filmography

  • 1989 Arguing the Toss of a Cat (telemovie), Director: Christine Sammers
  • 1997 Dust Off the Wings (feature film), Director: Lee Rogers
  • 1999 Molokai: The Story of Father Damien (feature film), Director: Paul Cox
  • 1999 Opening theatrical sequence for Sydney's Fox Studios, Director: Baz Luhrmann

Television highlights

  • Dancing with the Stars (2007)
  • It Takes Two (2007, 2008)
  • Neighbours (2010)
  • The X Factor (Australia) (2005)

References

External links

This page was last modified 10.07.2012 06:50:57

This article uses material from the article Kate Ceberano from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and it is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.