Kate Carpenter
Kate Carpenter
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Unique - Children | Callahan, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 35,334   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 7/27/2014

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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!


Hey Kate, thank you for that great review! I really appreciate it, and I'm happy that you enjoyed listening to it!

Numinous Owl posted 11 hours ago to Kate Carpenter

Hi Kate, thank you for your review of Fayetteville NC and for the great advice offered. When I arrived in Fayetteville as a Naval Recruiter, there was a young man who was on his first combat jump into Panama. He was hit by a bullet as he descended from the sky, and died before he touched the ground. His story was my inspiration. Certainly is one I will never forget. Thanks again.

Kate Carpenter posted 11 hours ago

O wow, thanks for the rest of the story.

Kate Carpenter posted 11 hours ago

Did you ever give me your email so I could put you on my newsletter list? I cannot remember (61).

Numinous Owl posted 8 hours ago

Oh I don't think I did. Send it to emacinwi.music@gmail.com

Ravensong posted 12 hours ago to Kate Carpenter

thank you so much kate for your amazing review of Edgar Allan Poe. very glad you overcame your fears and listen anyway lol. purpose of the song is honer Poe and his works. I seem to have achived my goal. Again thank you so much and all the best. Scott

Kate Carpenter posted 11 hours ago

Yep, you nailed it! When I saw the title you gave the song, I said, "Ah, now it all makes sense!" My producer has been working on scary music for Sally Corp. Glad it's his job and not mine. I don't do scary. Scariest song I ever wrote was one called Head Lice: http://www.broadjam.com/player/player.php?play_file=24409_219268&sessionID=56EDC2430C744A45A21EB9B463B5A902 1

Ravensong posted 10 hours ago

Yes, I love it and i can totally relate as my children experianced the same thing. lol very well done, thank you for sharing it.. I have a song you might find a little more to your taste if you have a couple of minutes.. I would love to hear your thoughts..

Ravensong posted 10 hours ago

Ravensong posted 10 hours ago

It's Called, The Picture on the Wall, sorry don't know how to embed it yet but its on my page... lol

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