Kate Carpenter
Kate Carpenter
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Unique - Children | Callahan, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 36,372   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 9/1/2014

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"Mrs. Kate" Carpenter hails from the tiny town of Callahan, Florida, and travels throughout the southeast making people happy with her family-friendly folk music. A prolific songwriter, she has recorded 10 original CD's and 2 children's music videos in the past 20 years. Performing over 150 shows a year, she entertains children of all ages, from pre-schoolers to grandparents. Her specialty, however, is elementary school children. She has performed her "Motivate with Mrs. Kate" shows in over 347 schools. Summers find her touring the public library circuit, promoting reading with her "Crack a Book" song and the unforgettable "Hug-a-Bug-a-Boo." Visit her website, www.MrsKate.com to learn more. Her CD's are also available on CD Baby. Take a listen today, or call about booking Mrs. Kate for one of her upcoming tours. Mrs. Kate enjoys being a part of Broadjam and has had numerous Top Ten awards (she lost count!)

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Latest News

JUNE 2014. Recording again! Working on a Lullaby CD. Starting to get more excited about it...getting inspired to write new songs. Just wrote a new one called "Jammies" this morning. Thanks be to God for the creative gift that does NOT dry up!


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cheryl edelman posted 2 days ago to Kate Carpenter


Hi Kate,
the review of How About was very generous of you and I appreciate it. I was very impressed how thorough you were about the song and I agree that the end was abrupt. The music was made out of town and I had also told them once around was enough. So we both have the same ideas to make it work better. I am going to think about a 4th verse. Do u have any ideas on what subject that could be? Open to suggestions. I think the horns were not real and they have such good music programs like pro tools that sometimes hard to tell. anyway thanks so much again and happy you like the song! Cheryl


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Kate Carpenter posted 2 days ago


I would think a "wrap up" verse would be perfect. Like we're all human beings with different foods, music, houses etc but one big human family ... just a thought. the song really needs a conclusion. And YOU need a photo for your identity on Broadjam.


cheryl edelman posted 1 day ago


Hi Kate,
Thanks for idea! Very good idea to sort of conclude the concept. I am going to try and add a fourth verse as you say, and see what I can come up with!
I know what you mean about photos. Sometimes some one takes on of me, but I am camera shy, ha ha
thanks again! You're the best! Cheryl


cheryl edelman posted 1 day ago


Hi Kate,
It dawned on me that maybe you also write religious songs?
Although I was born Jewish, I played piano at the Westchester Baptist Church in Chappaqua for 10 years till they changed hands. Bill Clinton attended and I met him there.
But anyway, during that period of time, I converted to Baptism and began writing religious songs. I have a good dozen songs about Jesus .
If you do write religious songs, I would love to hear them and if u haven't recorded them, then maybe you have the sheet music to them?
After hearing our Children's choir one Sunday, I was inspired to write a song I'd like to demo about that moment.
Here's a quote from the song. "I looked in to our Children's eyes and saw they loved him too, the King of Kings, Lord of us all. I saw their tears then I cried too and Jesus filled my heart. The King of Kings, Lord of us all, master of everything, King of all Kings.

So it may seem odd someone born Jewish writes Christian songs, but it is personal and I love to write more than anything, songs that I feel compelled to write,
Have musical day! Cheryl


TAPPIN' TOMMY posted 1 week ago to Kate Carpenter


I left out some of my comment! THE RHYTHM BANJO AS WELL AS THE REST OF THE INSTRUMENTS ARE REAL.

   
 
TAPPIN' TOMMY posted 1 week ago to Kate Carpenter


KATE, Thank you for the honest review! You are absolutely correct , the melody is midi! The recorded voice replaces the midi. the backup banjo as well as most the other instruments. the name of the song is"RUNNING ON EMPTY" TAPPIN' TOMMY

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TAPPIN' TOMMY posted 1 week ago


MOST OF THE OTHER INSTRUMENT ARE REAL


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