Kylie is an Australian pop icon who shot to fame after starring in the Australian soap ‘Neighbours’. Whilst having an Australian #1 with a cover of “Locomotion,” it was the Stock Aitken Waterman “hit factory” which gave her her first UK chart topper, “I Should Be So Lucky.” Throughout the late 1980s, Kylie was a national phenomenon in both Australia and the UK, also having success in Asia, North America, and Europe.
Kylie went on to have the most consecutive UK top ten hits of any new artist. However, Kylie left PWL and Stock Aitken Waterman in 1992 and signed to Deconstruction (through BMG). Despite receiving critical acclaim and working with “credible” artists like the Manic Street Preachers and Nick Cave, commercial success was not forthcoming. Leaving Deconstruction “by mutual consent” Kylie spent a short time in the musical wilderness before pulling on a pair of gold hotpants and returning to her pop roots with the #1 hit “Spinning Around.”
Her biggest hit to date is “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” from the globally successful album “Fever....