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Finding her own space

Kate Nash's Web hit made her a star. But can she keep her independence?

'If you're a media darling, conforming makes life easier,' says 20-year-old British singer Kate Nash. 'But I don't believe in doing that.' "If you're a media darling, conforming makes life easier," says 20-year-old British singer Kate Nash. "But I don't believe in doing that." (Marco Prosch/getty images Europe)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / April 20, 2008

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At the tender age of 20, two years out from a job serving fast food and still holed up in her childhood bedroom, Kate Nash is starring in the latest installment of the MySpace overnight-sensation series. Nash's tale, like the others, is a variation on a theme: a young unknown records some songs, posts them on the Web, becomes an ... (Full article: 1097 words)

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