NEWCASTLE SOUL SINGER LAUNCHES HER DEBUT EP AFTER OVERCOMING HEARING LOSS
Talented singer Kathryn Lowdon has launched her singing career through the release of her debut EP entitled Cake.
Thirty year old Kathryn is backed by her band The Soul Engineers who have drenched their style in influences of soul, jazz and blues music. The record is lyrically outspoken and unafraid, drawing on real life experiences of triumph over adversity which are designed to inspire audiences.
Kathryn who recorded her record at Broadwater Recording Studios in Gateshead with producer Paul Worthington said: “I am very proud of this record and what we have planned to perform to our audience, it is definitely something quite unique and entertaining for music lovers.”
Since being able to hear her own voice, Kathryn has trained with top American and Canadian vocal instructor’s including Greg Enriquez, Spencer Welch, Jeffrey Skouson and Guy Babusek, proteges of Michael Jackson’s singing mentor Seth Riggs and has performed in New Orleans.
Kathryn has been chosen to go to London this year to attend a private workshop with Master Teacher Bob Stoloff who is a Professor from the famous Berklee College of Music in Boston where he ran the department of jazz vocals.
Gary Grainger, Award winning blues broadcaster stated: “I have heard this band in rehearsals, it is all about the voice so make sure you listen.”
Lance Liddle, Reviewer on the jazz blog Bebop Spoken Here said: “This gal can holler the blues like she’s from downtown Kansas City. A guaranteed show stopper”.
Kathryn’s band include James Harrison on piano, Bradley Johnston on guitar, Katy Trigger on bass guitar, Steve Doyle on drums, Paco Rivera on percussion, Paul Gowland on saxophone, David Grey on Trombone and Elliott Todd on trumpet.
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