Kate Callahan sings, writes, and performs her contemporary folk music throughout New England. She has opened shows at the legendary Iron Horse Music Hall and been featured as an emerging artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Kate's music has won her the Hartford Advocate's "Best Solo Performer" Award '02,'03, & '04 as well as college/community radio play throughout the Northeast.
WNPR host Colin McEnroe says,
"Kate Callahan seems to be performing her own high-risk trapeze act, swinging out and away from influences into those spaces where original, startling music is made. Not many go there and those who do deserve to be called what they are - artists. Kate Callahan is an artist these days."
She lives in Connecticut where she teaches creative writing workshops at Hall High School in West Hartford. Kate's creative and educational work in the community earned her the Hartford Courant's "Woman of Character" Award in 2005. She is currently performing, writing, and studying English.