Kate Carpenter
Kate Carpenter
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Unique - Children | Callahan, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 33,152   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 4/17/2014

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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

NOV. 2013 - The Hug-a-Bug-a-Boo Video was released on Sept. 20 and I just LOVE sending out all those orders! I am getting rave reviews from parents, grandparents and kids. Imagine having your child asking EVERY DAY to watch a video that teaches kindness and good manners. You can order your copy at www.MrsKate.com One thing for which I thank the Lord is that the video will receive national recognition in January when it is reviewed by the American Family Association in their journal.


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Kate Carpenter posted 9 hours ago to Kate Carpenter


Hello my friends! If ever I needed my BJ friends, I need y'all now. My new video, Hug-a-Bug-a-Boo just went LIVE on I-tunes this week. In case any of you have ever tried to do this before, I can tell you from experience, it was difficult and expensive. Now I need the support of all my friends to PLEASE download the video and tell your friends who have kids about it. Post reviews, do whatever you can to help me and I will be forever grateful! Here's the link: http://bit.ly/1iiZZkv 1 The video has 7 of my songs and teaches kindness & good manners. Every parent I have heard from says their kids absolutely love this video and want to watch it again and again! Love to you all.....Mrs Kate

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David Michael Walsh posted 3 hours ago


Good Luck with your project


Donovan Tucker posted 3 hours ago


Kate, is the director "the" Tim Burton?


Chet Nichols posted 3 days ago to Kate Carpenter


Hey Katie,

Thanks so much for your wonderful review of my song, "The Mother Road". It comes from my CD, "Modern Progress". I, too love the song and the lyrics are very strong, as you noted. The song is really a picture story about the fading and sustainability of the old Route 66. This song won the Grand Prize in the 2003 International Route 66 Theme song Contest. I really liked you ideas and since the song IS over 12 years old and recorded on an old Tascam 8-track cassette machine, it just might be due a re-record.....

Anyway, thanks so much for the kind words and I am very happy that this song and embedded story resonated with you.

God Bless,

Chet Nichols


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Kate Carpenter posted 3 days ago


I felt funny after I pushed submit and then found out it was your song. Then I aske myself....should I have been so critical? but it IS an amazing song and I was just wanting to hear a little more grit, if you know what I mean? Your friend, MK


Chet Nichols posted 3 days ago


Kate, come on, the greatest gift is your input....which, I found insightful. The song is mellow and I wanted it to contain a sense of subtle serenity as I lead the listener on a journey..... You sensed that, which is good...

Best,

Chet


Delta Burnett Reed posted 4 days ago to Kate Carpenter


Hey Kate, Thanks for the review of "The Wind Mirah" it is a favorite of mine and I wanted to sound more like the original from the movie. I did mean for it to sound more 50's and I did the wind myself...it is hard to find a place for a song like that to go so I just let it ride in folk though it should be under movie covers? In the end thanks for your words. Your music always brings me joy

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Kate Carpenter posted 4 days ago


I always feel a little weird when I am tough on a song and later find out it was one of my broad jam buddies.


Kate Carpenter posted 4 days ago


I always feel a little weird when I am tough on a song and later find out it was one of my broad jam buddies.


Kate Carpenter posted 4 days ago


I always feel a little weird when I am tough on a song and later find out it was one of my broad jam buddies.


Kate Carpenter posted 4 days ago


I always feel a little weird when I am tough on a song and later find out it was one of my broad jam buddies.


Delta Burnett Reed posted 4 days ago


It's ok, lately I have been trying to come out of my box and do some things that are different. I am glad I don't have a day job to quit...so I'll just keep going as we all should...A day with out a song hurts my soul ...always yours in music Kate


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