Kylie Minogue Lays Out UK, European Tour Dates
: September 09, 2010
Barely two months since her latest studio effort, “Aphrodite”, came out in the market, international pop diva Kylie Minogue will be spending the last remaining months of the ye ...
kylie minogue Biography
Kylie Minogue, the Australian singer, actress and showgirl, was born in Melbourne, Australia on May 28, 1968. Her career began on Australian television where she worked as a child actress. She appeared in Neighbours, a television soap opera. Minogue began her recording artist career in 1987. "Locomotion," her first single, was No. 1 on Australia's single chart for seven weeks. In 1988 she released "Kylie," her debut album, which spawned "I Should Be So Lucky." Both the album and single reached the No. 1 spot in the UK. Minogue's first 13 singles made the U.K.'s top ten.
After releasing four albums, Minogue's sales had started to drop. On her 1997 album "Impossible Princess," Minogue took over creative control for the songwriting. In 2000 Minogue once again rose to prominence with the release of the album "Light Years" and song "Spinning Around." She also performed at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney at the closing ceremonies. Her hit single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" was No. 1 in over 40 countries. In addition her 2001 album "Fever" was a big hit in several countries, including the United States. In May 2005 Minogue was informed she had breast cancer. In 2006, after receiving treatment, she embarked on her Showgirl Homecoming tour and toured Canada and the U.S. in 2009 with the tour For You, For Me.
Minogue has sold over 68 million worldwide records and also has received numerous music awards, including several Brit and ARIA awards as well as one Grammy Award. She has released a total of 11 studio albums, with the lastest, "Aphrodite," released in 2010.