kate peterson : singer, songmaker.

Kate Peterson

you've arrived at the humble home of of ypsilanti, michigan-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist kate peterson. after nearly a decade on the road with her folk duo nervous but excited, she now plays select solo performances in and around Michigan.

updates >> facebook

songs >> itunes (or scroll down)

videos >> youtube (or scroll down)

history >> nervous but excited

contact >> kate@katepeterson.com

press photos/bio: click here

2021 shows:


>> Porch concert! <<

Saturday, September 25th, 2021 7pm

Click here for all the info!
109 S Revena Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI

 

>> The Ark<<

Friday, October 22nd, 2021 8pm

Opening the night for Cold Tone Harvest
 316 S. Main, Ann Arbor, MI

$20 | Buy tickets


watch:



5 short weeks ago this was just a personal meditation for me. I put up a camera because the song and the sea reverberating together was too magical not to capture. these days... i feel like it might have another purpose. thank you Holly Near for the words.

Posted by Kate Peterson on Friday, March 20, 2020









details:

Beginning in 2005, Michigan-based singer songmaker and multi-instrumentalist Kate Peterson has traveled the US and Europe winning the hearts of vulnerability lovers everywhere. For 10 years, she spilled her heart onto hundreds of stages, opened for her heroes, and sparked thousands of laughs with her folk duo, Nervous but Excited. These days, Kate is a home-makin’ hobbyist who swaps her power tools for a microphone for only the most special of occasions.  

The roots of her music are still planted firmly in the Pleasantly Aggressive Folk sound that long time fans will find familiar, but they will quickly notice a depth in her sound that only time and patience can cultivate.  The cool rasp of Kate's voice will fill up the room and tug on your heart simultaneously. Of her vocals, The Northern Express explains “…you could almost swear you hear the same grainy whispers as Ray LaMontagne.” She approaches her sound with sailing melodies, a dash of percussion and a passion so genuine that it has worn through the wood of her guitar. New listeners to her performance should expect songs and stories of travels and trials that connect us all. The raw nature of her writing can leave you feeling a little exposed, but given her genuine yet dry wit, you will surely be tempered by a laugh or two.


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