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Kat was raised outside of Philadelphia and fell in love with music and theatre at a very young age. When Kat was 4 she performed an incredible cover of BaBaBlack Sheep that brought the house down. In addition to doing inspiring covers she began writing her first songs at around 5 and, silly as they may have been, they lit the first real fire of passion for music for Kat.

Kat started studying voice and piano at 12, she began performing at 14 when she was in her first play: The Stingiest Man in Town. Her fascination with entertainment grew throughout high school as she continued to perform and study singing. Kat’s thirst for creativity was not quenched by performance alone and she started composing music at the age of 15.  She started a band with friends shortly afterward and even though they were just rocking out in a living room, Kat always treated it like a sold out rock concert. When the band won second place in a battle of the bands at 16 she knew she had to keep writing and performing music. She soon realized that this was more than just a hobby and decided to make it a career while attending the University of Maryland to study Theatre Performance.

After graduating from University of Maryland in 2012 Kat moved to New York to pursue her music career. Since her move, she began writing for her first EP, which she recorded in Nashville. Her Survivor EP was recently released on iTunes. Since her EP was released Kat has continued writing, performing and having the time of her life while getting ready to record a full album!

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