The Shakespeare Pub, Herdecke. Regelmäßig Live Musik, Tastings und andere Events.
Freitag 8. Juli 2022 @ 19:30 – 22:00
Katee Kross is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Bishopbriggs near Glasgow. She has already worked with some top names including Dougie MacLean, Barbara Dickson, Karine Polwart, James Grant, Red Sky July, John Doyle, Findlay Napier, JJ Gilmour, Tony McManus, Catherine McGrath, Wildwood Kin, Ferris & Sylvester, Whispering Bob Harris and Seasick Steve.
Katee has written and released three full length albums. The first, ‘Beautiful Dreamer’ was released on the 26th March 2016, with the second ‘Don’t Fade to Grey’ just a year later, and the most recent album ‚Body & Soul‘ was released October 2018 at a SOLD-OUT show in Glasgow. A beautiful progression of original music following a young artist as she matures as a songwriter. Katee will be releasing her fourth album in February 2020 which is being partly funded by Creative Scotland.
2019 has been another extremely busy year for Katee.
She has played up and down the country in many shows. Visiting London – Country in the Afternoon, Belfast – Belfast meet Country, Leeds – Whiskey Kisses Singer Songwriter round, Tiree – Tiree Music Festival, Glassford – Strathaven Folk Festival, Scarborough – MacMillian Acoustic Picnic, Edinburgh – Jessica Lynn ‘Out Loud Tour’, Glasgow – Country on The Clyde, Millport – Millport Country Music Festival, East Kilbride – Raintown and Katee Kross Co-Headline show, Creetown – Creetown Country Ceilidh Festival, Hug & Pint Glasgow – Emma Stevens ‘Atoms Tour’, Harbour Arts Centre Irvine- Freck Fest, Blackpool – The British Country Music Festival, Falkirk – Story Telling Festival, Lockerbie – Maidens of Music, Stranraer – Galloway Roots Country Festival, Dunkeld – Perthshire Amber Festival, Kinmount – Kinmount Country festival.
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