A professional singer with powerful voice, Cat has been leading choirs for years. She leads one of our workplace choirs in south wales and motivates hundreds of people across the globe through our team building.
Cat Southall’s professional vocal career has spanned several decades, working in all genres of Music. Cat spent 12 years fronting popular rock band Sal, gigging and touring nationally and internationally sharing stages with Saxon, Dodgy, Ocean Colour Scene. Cat has also worked as a session artist backing name bands such as ‘Gun’, ‘John Cale’, ‘Catatonia’ and ‘Tom Jones’, she joined forces with local legends The Manic Street Preachers, arranging and performing gospel vocals on their hit album ‘Postcards from a Young Man’, which also led to Cat performing with the band on the legendary ‘Later With Jools Holland’ show and Strictly Come Dancing where she worked with Dave Arch and the Strictly Come Dancing band.
Cat featured in the acclaimed Channel 4 documentary ‘Sing for your life’ as leader of a rock community choir, composed of people affected by cancer. The programme followed Cat as she took the choir from humble beginnings to a performance at the Royal Albert Hall alongside rock superstars Brian May, Alice Cooper and Bruce Dickinson (avid supporter of Cats former band on his BBC Radio Show).
Her latest album, Call Of Distress, is available from all online stores.