KATE BUSH is a legendary and an elusive artist, with her last live shows taking place over five years ago.

Her 'Before The Dawn’ residency at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in 2014 were her first full live shows in 35 years, and there haven't been any since.

And who can say when the opportunity to see the star perform live again will arise, if ever?

But for Simon Mayo, of BBC Radio 2, the tribute act band Cloudbusting are the next best thing.

And the good news is, they are coming to Worcester's Huntingdon Hall, on January 31.

A spokesman said: "They are one of the most authentic tributes in the world.

"Their passion for Kate’s music has won over sceptical fans everywhere, challenging perceptions of what a tribute band can be and resulting in sell-out performances across the UK."

But what do the band think? Is it possible to be more kate than Kate?

"There can only be one Kate Bush", says vocalist Mandy Watson, who says she never attempts to merely mimic Kate on stage, she let's the music work its astonishing magic.

She added: "When you sing her music the characters in the songs take over - they are what you become, not Kate. We're just fans, amazed at this opportunity to perform this music we love so much."

"Running Up That Hill, Wuthering Heights, Hounds of Love, Babooshka, This Woman’s Work, Wow… Cloudbusting - we can’t wait to whip up a storm of love for Kate’s music once again in 2020."

Their new show featuring all the hits you’d expect "as well as many songs you wouldn’t".

The spokesman added: Accompanied by eye-popping visuals that highlight the drama of Kate’s music, a Cloudbusting concert is an event no Kate Bush fan will want to miss.

"In the words of Kate herself, We’re Cloudbusting, Daddy!"

The act is certainly generating a lot of enthusiasm, with Mick Wall of the Classic Rock Magazine calling the show "utterly, surreally brilliant",

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