Who is Kate Bush's husband? | The Sun

THE reclusive Running Up That Hill singer has kept her married life out of the spotlight, but fans are still intrigued about her life.

Kate Bush reached dizzying heights of fame in the 1980s but the singer has chosen to keep to herself since then.

Who is Kate Bush's husband?

The Wuthering Heights singer married Dan McIntosh in 1992 after dating for some years.

Her future husband was born in London in 1956 and began playing the guitar at the age of 10.

Dan played in multiple bands after finishing his degree before working on a number of studio albums as a guitarist.

He's served as an instrumentalist for Kate's tracks Architect's Dream, King of the Mountain, and How To Be Invisible.

In 1993, he featured on Kate Bush's seventh studio album The Red Shoes, which was released in November that year.

This album achieved Kate's highest US chart number at 28, although only one song – Rubberband Girl – reached the singles charts.



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In the UK, the album peaked in second position and four singles, including Rubberband Girl entered the top 30.

The married pair live together in Devon, England, in a home they purchased in 2005.

Who is Kate Bush and Dan McIntosh's son Albert?

In July 1998, the couple welcomed their first and only son together, Albert.

He is often referred to by the nickname Bertie by his parents.

Similar to his father, Bertie McIntosh lends a helping hand to the production of his mother's later music releases.

While on stage at the Hammerstein Apollo in London, England, Kate credited Bertie as the inspiration for her later work.

The Running Up That Hill singer said at the concert: "Without my son Bertie, this would never have happened."

"Without his encouragement and enthusiasm, particularly in the early stages when I was very frightened to commit to pushing the 'go' button, I'm sure I would have backed out."

She further revealed to the audience: "Throughout he has been my chief consultant, my editor, my confidant."

"In order for him to be part of this, which has always been part of the deal, he has had to work really hard in order to keep his school commitments as well as his commitments to the show."

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Kate added: "He is a very talented actor and beautiful singer, as you will witness"

"He brings something special to the show through his presence. Thank you, Bertie. Thank you so much."

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