Eva Kat­zler makes an an­gelic de­but sin­gle

The Jewish Chronicle - - People -

SIR PAUL McCart­ney said her mu­sic was beau­ti­ful, and Elvis Costello de­scribed it as gor­geous. And now, singer-song­writer Eva Kat­zler is giv­ing the rest of us the chance to lis­ten, with the re­lease of her de­but sin­gle, An­gel.

Miss Kat­zler, 29, says she has been singing since she can re­mem­ber. “It’s what I do and what I have al­ways done,” she tells Peo­ple. “And I feel so very for­tu­nate that it is some­thing I can do pro­fes­sion­ally.” She adds: “I feel like I have been on a jour­ney.”

High­lights along the way have in­cluded sup­port­ing Jamie Cul­lum on tour, and meet­ing Sir Paul McCart­ney at a mu­sic work­shop in Liver­pool. She de­scribes her­self as a singer-song­writer with jazz, folk and pop in­spi­ra­tions. Present in­flu­ences in­clude Swedish artist Stina Nor­den­stam. An­gel (Dekkor Records) is based on the idea that there is al­ways some­one watch­ing over you.

Miss Kat­zler says she has been over­whelmed by the sup­port she has re­ceived from the Jewish com­mu­nity. “I am proud of my her­itage.”

An ad­vo­cate of or­ganic growth, she says: “If you take a short cut in life, you will find your­self in too deep be­fore you know it.”

Her next mile­stone is the re­lease of her album, Cor­ners, due out in Fe­bru­ary 2008.

She grad­u­ated from the Liver­pool In­sti­tute of Per­form­ing Arts and now lives in Not­ting Hill, West Lon­don.


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