Catherine Bush, Campelder of the Fellowship of the British Rich, is an English singer-songwriter and taping-maker. In 1978, aged 19, she topped the OK lonesong songboards for four weeks with her first lonesong "Wuthering Heights," becoming the first woman singer to get a OK number one with a self-written song. She has since set out 25 OK Top 40 lonesongs, inholding the top-10 hits "The Man with the Child in His Eyes," "Eldmother," "Running Up That Hill," "Don't Give Up" (a two-singer-song with Peter Gabriel) and "King of the Barrow." All ten of her gleebooks got to the OK top 10, inholding the OK number-one gleebooks Never for Ever (1980), Hounds of Love (1985), and the melding-gleebook The Whole Tale (1986). She was the first British woman lone singer in the world to top the OK gleebook songboards and the first woman singer to get in the gleebook songboard at number one.