Kate Klim’s folk/pop style is making a name for her in the singer/songwriter community. She can often be found on stages from the East Coast to the Midwest, with a show that is a mix of strong pop melodies, humorous songs, and between-song banter that is consistently strange and entertaining. Recent accomplishments include opening slots for grammy-winner Shawn Colvin, a performance at the Philly Music Awards, and beating out 800 other songwriters to win Grand Prize at the Kerrville New Folk Contest. Kate attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, known for alumni like John Mayer and Melissa Etheridge, where she worked on her skills as a writer and performer. Kate recently moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and released her second studio album, Kamikaze Love. With her audience rapidly expanding, and her music continuing to mature, Kate looks forward to a lifetime of music.