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Kate Schutt At A Glance:

  • Singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer

  • Originally from Pennsylvania, now lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada

  • At age 11, began studying with renowned educator and legendary guitarist John Dougherty

  • Harvard University grad, Magna Cum Laude, English, American Literature and Language

  • Berklee College of Music Alum

  • Her first release No Love Lost featured gypsy jazz guitarist Duane Andrews and trumpeter Patrick Boyle

  • A constant collaborator, Kate has worked with Paul Reddick, Lori Cullen, Andrew MacPherson, Noah23, Oliver Schroer, Justin Faulkner (Christian McBride, Branford Marsalis) John Ellis (Jason Marsalis, Charlie Hunter), Gregoire Meret (Pat Metheny, Mike Stern)

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”Kate Schutt's masterful No Love Lost is meticulously composed and beautifully performed.” --Eyal Hareuveni, All About Jazz

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Album Telephone Game by Kate Schutt

Telephone Game

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2009

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Album No Love Lost by Kate Schutt

No Love Lost

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2008

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