Kiki Dee Birthday, Age, Family & Biography

Kiki Dee

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BIRTHDAY 6 March, 1947
BIRTH PLACE Bradford , West Yorkshire
COUNTRY United Kingdom
AGE (in 2018) 71 Years Old
HEIGHT in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.7 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 6”
WEIGHT in Kilograms- 55 kg
in Pounds- 121.25 lbs
Last Updated on : March 6, 2018

Other Name: Pauline Matthews
More Professions : Musician Recording Artist

Birthday Countdown, Age and Birthday Facts

71 years, 0 month, 15 days old age Kiki Dee will turn 72 on 06 March, 2019. Only 11 months, 12 days, 17 hours, 5 minutes has left for her next birthday.

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Kiki Dee has celebrated the total number of 71 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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Kiki Dee was born on 06-03-1947 in Bradford in the state of West Yorkshire, United Kingdom. She is an English Singer, Musician & Recording Artist.


Dee is best known for her 1974 hit "I've Got the Music in Me" and "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", her 1976 duet with Elton John, which went to Number 1 both in the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. In 1993 she performed another duet with Elton John for his Duets album, a cover version of Cole Porter's "True Love", which reached No. 2 in the UK. During her career, she has released 40 singles, three EPs, and 12 albums.
Kiki Dee began singing with a local band in Bradford in the early 1960s. Her recording career began as a session singer. She sang backing vocals for Dusty Springfield, among others, and was well regarded by other singers but did not achieve solo success in the UK for many years. In 1963 Dee released her first single "Early Night", and recorded her debut album I’m Kiki Dee, which included a series of Phil Spector style tracks and covers for Fontana Records.
In the days before BBC Radio 1, Dee was a regular performer of cover versions on BBC Radio, and she starred with a group of session singers in the BBC Two singalong series, One More Time. She also appeared in an early episode of The Benny Hill Show in January 1971, performing the Blood, Sweat and Tears hit, "You've Made Me So Very Happy". Nevertheless, it was only after she signed with Elton John's label named The Rocket Record Company that she became a household name in the UK. 

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