Kate Phillips

Kate Phillips

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Folk - Contemporary | Seattle, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 874   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Sarah Mclachlan, Shawn Colvin

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Kate has been a well-respected Northwest singer-songwriter for many years, her music receiving comparisons to that of Sheryl Crow, Joni Mitchell, and Sarah McLachlan. Her music is often deeply personal, and may be silly or sacred in nature. She has opened for or shared stages with Buddy and Julie Miller, Bill Mallonee of the Vigilantes of Love, and Peter Himmelman (a spur of the moment invitation). In the 1990's she co-owned Seattle's Madison's Cafe and Music House, where she performed occasionally as well assisting with music promotion and many other aspects of the business. As a promoter, has worked with artists such as Sam Phillips, The Indigo Girls, Shawn Colvin, and Over the Rhine. She was also a founding member of Woodsong Concerts and helped to MC the Woodsong Music and Arts Festival on Orcas Island. Now Kate lives east of Seattle and plays with her band Americana Blue at festivals and private events.

Latest News

Kate's released a full-length CD "Transformation" in 2008. The project was recorded with Jay Pinto in Fall City, WA and features ten original songs about life, love, friendship, growth, and God. To pre-order "Transformation," contact Kate at katephillips@ymail.com. Cd's are $20 and include artwork, lyrics, and shipping within the US.

Kate has recorded a new CD with longtime guitarist and collaborator Bryan Rust that will be released in 2015.


Richard Gage423438 posted over 30 days ago to Kate Phillips

"one mind divine"
I could listen to this all night... and never come back.

Richard Gage423438 posted over 30 days ago

"Would you play into my fear
kidnap my heart and disappear
or could you be shelter from the storm"

Kate... I'm so humbled by the power in your song...
So moved by the grace of your voice.
I feel stopped in my tracks... sent back to my soul... and invited to a deeper healing.
In gratitude,

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