|Birth name||Carol Delaney|
|Born||19 October 1945|
|Origin||Shettleston, Glasgow, Scotland|
Kidd was born in Glasgow, Scotland. She came to prominence in the mid-1970s, as the vocalist in the band led by vibraphonist / saxophonist Jimmy Feighan. In 1990, she released her award-winning album The Night We Called It a Day. She has subsequently performed and recorded extensively on her own. She has won several awards at the British Jazz Awards. In 1998, she was awarded an MBE.
- Just for You (1981, Radio Clyde Music Library)
- Carol Kidd (1984, ALOI)
- All My Tomorrows (1985, ALOI)
- Nice Work (1987, Linn)
- The Night We Called It a Day (1990, Linn)
- I'm Glad We Met (1991, Linn)
- Crazy for Gershwin (1994, Linn)
- The Best of Carol Kidd, Volume One (1995, Linn)
- Gold (1996, Linn)
- Carol Kidd (1998, Linn)
- That's Me (1999, Linn)
- A Place In My Heart (2001, Linn), with the Robert Farnon Orchestra
- Debut (2004, Linn)
- Gourmet Jazz (2006, Linn)
- Dreamsville (2008, Linn)
- Tell Me Once Again (2013, Linn)
- Auld Lang Syne (2015, Aurora Music International)
- Kerr, Alison (2010-06-14). "Meeting Carol Kidd, the "best kept secret in British Jazz"". Herald Scotland. Retrieved 2011-07-02.
- "Jimmy Feighan". The Herald. 11 April 1994. Retrieved 5 March 2011.
- Ditzel, Eleanor. "Carol Kidd: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-11-14.
- Kerr, Alison (1998-11-16). "Face of the day". The Herald. Retrieved 2010-11-14.
- Young, Andrew. "Watch This!; Bull's Kidd". The Glasgow Herald. 2 December 1978.
- Crumley, James. "A Whole Lot of Jazz - But Still Not Enough". The Glasgow Herald. 31 March 1989. (Begin at last paragraph, next-to-last column.)
- Young, Andrew. "Bubble Of Jazz Effervescence Is Taking London By Storm". The Glasgow Herald. 16 June 1979.
- Batchelor, David. "Third Eye Centre, Glasgow: Jazz". The Glasgow Herald. 22 October 1981.
- Batchelor, David. "Ronnie Scott's, London: Carol Kidd". The Glasgow Herald. 10 March 1982.
- Batchelor, David. "Third Eye Centre, Glasgow: Martin Taylor and Carol Kidd". The Glasgow Herald. 2 December 1982.
- Young, Andrew. "Singer Takes Plunge". The Glasgow Herald. 8 December 1984.
- Mathieson, Kenny. "Queen's Hall, Edinburgh: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. 30 March 1987.
- Meadow, Elliot. "Theatre Royal, Glasgow: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. 4 July 1987.
- Meadow, Elliot. "Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow: Carol Hall". The Glasgow Herald. 30 June 1988.
- Adams, Rob. "The Jazz Singer Puts Career Back In Full Swing". The Glasgow Herald. 23 June 1989.
- Buie, Elizabeth. "Theatre Royal, Glasgow: Carol Kidd and Humphrey Lyttleton". The Glasgow Herald. 23 June 1989.
- Wilson, Caroline. "Singer Carol Kidd Recovers from Breast Cancer". The Evening Times. 16 June 2013.
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