Kate Rogers Band
Album Release Party
with Special Guest
Canadian songwriter Kate Rogers has experienced success in the UK, and she's looking to have an impact here at home with the upcoming Canuck release of her new album. Repeat Repeat, which is credited to her Kate Rogers Band, and was produced by Toronto's Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Ohbijou, Snowblink), really showcases the vast scope of emotions she has grown so adept at relating to her audience, and once again proving herself and her music so refreshingly unclassifiable.
The Kate Rogers Band will celebrate the release of Repeat Repeat with special guest, pianist and songwriter Valery Gore.
Kate Rogers Band
2013 marks a fresh start for an artist whose voice has featured on an impossibly wide range of recordings over the years - whether it's on her own solo work or as a guest on another artist's songs, Rogers has been a busy, busy girl. With the release of her newest collection titled 'Repeat Repeat' poised for its long-awaited release in February 2013, it looks like things are just going to get busier.
Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, it was family that drew her over to the UK, where she got her musical start as a regular featured voice on the street-wise Northern Soul label Grand Central Records - earning her name singing with the likes of Aim, Rae and Christian and Jon Kennedy, and eventually penning her own solo debut 'St Eustacia', which garnered her serious critical acclaim both in the UK and back at home in her native Canada.
Now, with three more celebrated solo releases under her belt and countless more stints singing for artists like The Great Bloomers, The Coast, Sunparlour Players, Jory Nash, Party Wizard to name a few, it's time to move forward for Kate and her band with their most impressively innovative and honest album to date. Produced by Toronto's Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Ohbijou, Snowblink) 'Repeat Repeat' really showcases the vast scope of emotions she has grown so adept at relating to her audience, and once again proving herself and her music so refreshingly unclassifiable.