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"Katie Marie is a consummate professional. Working with her is always a joy as she is supremely prepared and approaches everything with a fresh and positive attitude. She is crazy talented with a quick smile and a winning personality. It is a privilege to play music with her!" - Shelley King
My main instruments are bass, drums / percussion and acoustic guitar. I also sing.
Over the past 25 years, I've been fortunate enough to work with some incredibly talented bands and artists and have toured extensively across the USA, UK and Europe.
I am proudly endorsed by Schlagwerk Percussion, Takamine and L R Baggs. I road tested and reviewed the CT4-DX for Takamine and the VR3 Audio/Video mixer for Roland. I demo-ed projects for many years at the Frankfurt Musikmesse and the London Acoustic Guitar Show for Schlagwerk and L R Baggs.
Here are some shows / tours I have completed recently:
Nagavalli (2023) - Bass, album release show at the Paramount Theatre
Sophie B.Hawkins (2022) - Drums & Guitar Tongues and Tails 30th Anniversary Tour
Carolyn Wonderland (2021) - Bass
Shelley King (2021) - Bass
Pike & Sutton (2021) - Bass or Drums
Ruthie Foster (2018/2019) - Drums & Bass Norway & Mexico
Rebecca Loebe (2019) - Drums, USA CD Release Tour (32 Shows)
Rebecca Loebe (2018) - Drums, ACL Moody Theatre
McKenzie Thomas (2019) - Bass, One World Theatre
Wild Ponies (2017) - Drums, 3 month CD release tour, 54 shows in 8 countries
Wild Ponies (2019) - Drums, UK Tour inc. UK Americana Fest
Dustin Welch (2019) - Drums, Songwriters Across Texas (TV Show)
Dustin Welch (2019) - Drums, CD Release Show
SXSW 2018 / 2019 / 2022 Showcases with: Grace Pettis. Rebecca Loebe, Wild Ponies, Carrie Elkin, Matt the Electrician, Ginger Leigh, Raina Rose, Dustin Welch.
Other previous shows / tours: Martin Barre (Jethro Tull) UK Tour, percussion, Dan Crisp UK tour, percussion, Patrice Pike, Shawn Pander, Ginger Leigh, Raina Rose, Carrie Elkin (album release show).
This is a fun jam I recorded randomly after a session at Blue Rock, love me some Wurlitzer :)
During lockdown I made videos every week and set myself the challenge of recording a jam that I had made-up randomly....but I had to get it written, recorded and finished in 2 hours. It was a lot of fun because I never had any idea what was going to happen, and it was a great exercise in not getting caught up in trying to be perfect (guilty as charged). I ended up posting 14 different videos, here's one of my favs:
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