Kate Carpenter

Kate Carpenter

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Unique - Children | Marion, Indiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 69,549   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 2/28/2021
   Sounds Like: Laurie Berkner, Peter, Paul & Mary

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"Mrs. Kate" Carpenter is a newcomer to the midwest, having recently relocated to Marion, Indiana. She has toured worldwide making people happy with her family-friendly folk music. A prolific songwriter, she has recorded 12 original CD's and several children's music videos in the past 25 years. Performing over 200 shows a year, she entertains children of all ages, from preschoolers to grandparents. Her specialty, however, is electrifying elementary school children. She has performed her "Motivate with Mrs. Kate" shows in over 448 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 and Amazon. 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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We've been in Indiana now for over 2 months, and it sure feels like home! The foyer of our house would make a great stage for house concerts! Covid pretty much flat-lined my live performances, with one exception. I've been doing a lot of Facebook Live concerts, just to keep playing. The neat thing is that my grandchildren are helping me! I have been taking on sewing jobs to make up for my performing income. When life gives you lemons....


Jeana Potthoff posted 1 week ago to Kate Carpenter

Hi Mrs. Kate--Thank you very much for your favorable of "Dora's Lullaby". I appreciate your input!

John Evans posted 1 week ago

Hi Kate, thanks for the great review of 'The Somme'. You're right about it setting something up, it's from a concept album (Chums) about 3 best friends who join one of the 'Chums' regiments during World War One. As such it was never really meant to be heard as a stand alone piece so I totally understand your comment about the length of the intro. The album, along with all my music is on johnevanstunes.com , I'm really pleased with the way it turned out but perhaps more importantly the journey the research took me on. Thanks again, haven't talked to you for a while. Stay safe and good luck. John

STEPHEN CONNOLLY posted 2 weeks ago

Really good hug a bug a boo childrens song....really enjoyed it.It looks like you are getting lots of song plays....thats good also

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