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Kat Wright to support Wood Brothers on album release tour

Beyond thrilled to join The Wood Brothers on their album release tour this winter! The dang tour ends on Valentines Day at the mf-ing RYMAN!!! Back to back hometown shows in ROC & BTV?! The Wood Bros are one of my FAVORITE BANDS! Look at these venues! I’m dead... ⁣

1/29 • Rams Head Live

BALTIMORE, MD⁣

1/30 • Webster Hall

NY, NY⁣

1/31 • Webster Hall

NY, NY⁣

2/1 • The Fillmore

PHILADELPHIA, PA ⁣

2/3 • The Mod Club Theatre

TORONTO, CA⁣

2/5 • Kodak Center

ROCHESTER, NY⁣

2/6 • Flynn Theatre 

BURLINGTON, VT⁣

2/7 • College Street Music Hall

NEW HAVEN, CT⁣

2/8 • Palace Theatre

ALBANY, NY⁣

2/9 • The State Theatre

STATE COLLEGE, PA ⁣

2/11 • Roxian Theatre

MCKEES ROCKS, PA⁣

2/12 • The National

RICHMOND, VA⁣

2/13 • Walker Theatre

CHATTANOOGA, TN⁣

2/14/19 • Ryman Auditorium

NASHVILLE, TN

Kat + the VT Symphony

Kat teams up with the VT Symphony Orchestra for a unique SOLD OUT performance!

Wright has been working with Matt LaRocca, who leads the VSO's creative projects, to assemble a program for Saturday's sold-out show. Jane Lindholm of Vermont Public Radio will introduce the night and lead question-and-answer sessions during breaks in the performance.

The concert with more than 20 VSO musicians will feature roughly 40% Wright songs and 60% classical works. 

'The King' film special feature w/ Ethan Hawke

It’s been heart-stirring to hear from friends, family & fans all over the country about their ruminations after watching 'The King' movie ♥️ Have you seen it yet!? This is a CLIP of a special feature from the production - in which myself & Maggie Cliffford sing in Elvis’s 1963 Rolls Royce & provide the soundtrack for Ethan Hawke to take Elvis’ high school sweetheart on a date. They reflect on her young romance with the king and where the road of life/love has led her.

BARDO IS HERE!

Bardo: A Night in the Life

A new collaboration between Vermont PBS and Higher Ground. VT PBS brings  you fantastic live shows and goes behind the scenes to step into the lives of the performers. Host Ryan Miller (of Guster fame) interviews a stellar array of musicians, including Kat WrightCaroline RoseMadaila, and Lake Street Dive to discover what inspires and motivates them. Watch the episodes and full concerts on Vermont PBS and streaming here. Share the news - #bardo

Our Mountain Stage debut!

I’ve been listening to @mountainstage MY WHOLE LIFE & I can’t believe the band & I get to play there the day after my birthday this summer. 🤩🎂🤩 🎉🤩 Mountain Stage is a two hour live performance radio program that airs on more than 180 public radio stations across America. Each episode typically features four or five artists, with each artist given roughly the same amount of time to perform. The show is recorded live to two track with an audience at Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. 
Tickets are available online to the public on sale Friday, March 23 at 10am.

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce is pleased to be a part of this summer's FestivALL Charleston, the city-wide arts and entertainment festival that turns  Charleston, WV into a work of art.

Once again Mountain Stage will close out the 10 day festival with a performance Sunday June 24 at 7pm at the Culture Center Theater. Confirmed guests include The Wood Brothers, and a duo performance from iconic Americana artists Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore, who have just done an album of duets, and neo-soul power vocalist Kat Wright.

Kat featured in "The King" music documentary by Eugene Jarecki

Set against the 2016 presidential election, THE KING takes a musical road trip across America in Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls Royce. The mission, forty years after the singer's death, is to find the country he left behind – a nation that, like Elvis, started out young, beautiful, and promising, yet succumbed over time to the corrosive influences of addiction, money, and power.
THE KING paints a cultural portrait of the American dream at a critical time in the nation’s history. It explores, through music and verité, how a country boy lost his authenticity and became a “King,” while his country lost her democracy and became an empire.

“Elvis like America was young once and beautifully flawed like anybody but Elvis had his majesty when he landed on the world stage just as America had her majesty,” said director Eugene Jarecki during his turn at Deadline’s Sundance Studio to speak on his documentary film, The King.

 

“This is a movie very much about America. It’s a movie about the role that Elvis played in changes in the American story that have happened in the last hundred years. The way in which his life in many ways is a cautionary tale for America.”

Featuring cameos from the likes of Alec Baldwin, Chuck D, Emmylou Harris, Ethan Hawke, and, Mike Myers, the doc explores forty years after the death of Elvis Presley, where Jarecki takes the King’s 1963 Rolls-Royce on a musical road trip across the country Presley left behind. From the deep south to New York, Las Vegas, and beyond, a tapestry of luminaries and unknown Americans join the journey, expressing themselves in words and song.

The film made it's worldwide debut at Cannes Film Festival in 2017 & will debut in the US at Sundance in January 2018.

 

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Booking:

Rachel Doe // Pat May

Crossover Touring // Portland, ME

E-mail: katwrightBOOKING@gmail.com 

Management:

Henry Chatfield // San Francisco, CA

E-mail: katwrightMGMT@gmail.com

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