Kate Lee With No Strings Attached | On Your Way

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On Your Way

by Kate Lee With No Strings Attached

Is it her voice, her lyrics, or her violin that sets this bluegrass band apart from the rest? Music that's fresh and played with emotion.
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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1. Blood On the Banjo Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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2. On Your Way Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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3. In the Mirror Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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4. Train Song Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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5. Beige Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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6. Frosty Morning Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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7. Are We There Yet? Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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8. 20 Paces Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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9. Fields of Gold Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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10. On Your Way Kate Lee with No Strings Attached
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Album Notes
15 is a tender age to be filling your days & nights with recording, songwriting, performing, competing & trips to Nashville, but that’s just what Kate Lee has experienced the last couple of years.
Since her 2007 debut CD, “Are We There Yet? ” there have been bookings at distinguished Nashville clubs such as The Bluebird Café and The Commodore. Kate also competed at Nashville’s Grandmaster Fiddle Competition. As well as the State Level Colgate Country Showdown. Kate Lee and her band, No Strings Attached, have opened up for
Rhonda Vincent, Jay Ungar and Lisa Moscatiello.

Kate Lee was also asked to write & perform a song at the 2007 National Center for
Missing & Exploited Children Annual Fundraiser.

She was honored to be the 2007 guest Fiddle Instructor at the New York State Fiddlers’ Hall of Fame, marking herself as the youngest instructor in the history of the Hall of Fame.

She has appeared for live interviews on WHAM Channel 13 Morning Show twice and numerous radio stations. Currently, her music is getting play time on New York State stations such as: WBEE, WUHF, WRUR and WCJW. And in Nebraska on station KUTT.

Kate Lee was a member of the Hochstein Youth Orchestra in 2006, & now in 2007 is currently a violinist with the Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, as well as performing with her High School Orchestra and Select Choir. Kate Lee has received numerous academic awards, including the Publishing of “Are We There Yet? ” in a National competition.
She holds a status of High Honors with Distinction.
With no end in sight for this young singer/songwriter/fiddler. . . Kate Lee – you are “ On Your Way! ”

Current CD "On Your Way" 2008, features 7 originals by Kate Lee and one live track from Nashville's Bluebird Cafe'.

Bass - Chuck’s musical roots began at home, inspired by his Father’s country/western guitar playing & his Mother’s ukulele playing. After several years of playing rock & roll, he discovered bluegrass & folk music. Chuck has played with several bluegrass bands such as North Forty, Borrowed Time and Cabin Fever.

Guitar, banjo, mandolin, cittern – Ben is a perfectionist in everything musical. Ben has played in various bluegrass bands as well as act as guitar accompanist at the Kanack School of Music. He can never get enough practice and always strives for improvement for the band as a whole.

Banjo, mandolin – John is the latest “string” to join the group. He’s noted around town as “a monster banjo and mandolin player”. John has played in numerous bluegrass bands, most recently, with Cuttin’ the Grass. John sits in with the band whenever his busy music schedule allows. You can bet that things are bound to get lively when John is on board!


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Linda (Nashville, TN)

My sister from Wesber, NY asked me to listen to Kate's music and I'm glad I did! She is fabulous and an upcomming star - no boubt. Look forward to hearing you in person when you play again in Nashville. I have passed along your info to someone I know in the music industry...good luck!
PS: Really like the photo with all the clocks - Wow. I will follow your career as I am sure it will skyrocket! Keep up the great work.

Steve (California)

Completely Enjoyable!
I heard about Kate Lee and No Strings Attached from a friend in the Upstate New York area who knows good music. At his recommendation, I visited Kate's website and knew, after hearing 20 seconds of "On Your Way," that this young lady can SING! And FIDDLE! And WRITE SONGS! I bought this album and found it to be thoroughly enjoyable, start to finish. I'm definitely a fan and will be paying attention to her career after hearing this remarkable album. Two thumbs up!