Kate Alexa Gudinski is an Australian pop rock singer and the daughter of Australian music promoter Michael Gudinski, AM. Alexa first hit the spotlight in 2004 when her song "Always There" was featured in the Channel 7 series Home and Away. The second single was a mediocre success, but after supporting the Backstreet Boys on their Australia tour, her third single "All I Hear" shot straight into the ARIA top ten, and stayed inside the top twenty for eight weeks.
|Birth name:||Kate Alexa Gudinski|
|Born:||Mar 2, 1988|
|Origin:||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Genres:||Pop, pop rock, dance-pop|
|Instruments:||Vocals, piano, guitar|
|Associated acts:||Jesse McCartney, Backstreet Boys, Cyndi Lauper, Baby Bash|
About Kate Alexa
Notable for her debut album Broken & Beautiful, she is particularly famous for her hit singles "Always There," "All I Hear," and "Somebody Out There."
She rose to fame in her teens after her original song "Always There" aired in a promo spot for the Australian television series Home and Away.
Her songs make up the entire soundtrack for season two of the television series H2O: Just Add Water.
Born Kate Alexa Gudinski, she grew up in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, as the daughter of music industry executive Michael Gudinski.
She and rapper Baby Bash collaborated on a 2007 cover of "Teardrops."
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- Australian child singers
- Australian female pop singers
- Singers from Melbourne
- Australian singer-songwriters