Kathleen Antonia began her professional singing career as a background vocalist, recording in multiple genres for such artists as J. Byrd Hosch and the Kountry K's (country), The Fitsners (rock), and Mythic Music Group's Eduardo Xol (electronica). Antonia went on to perform lead vocals for a variety of projects including Michael Kaulkin's original opera recording "The Ghost of Wu" and Shotgun Players' original cast recording "A Fairy's Tail". Antonia is also a member of Leo Frappier Band and performs the award winning dance track "The Body Electric" on LFB's debut album "In the Midnight Hour" for which she received "Best Female Vocals in Dance" from GarageBand.com for three weeks.
"Next Time" is Antonia's debut solo album. Dedicated to Antonia's dear friend Tony Sanders who died of AIDS in 1995, "Next Time" is what he inspired her to do: sing and share her voice with the world. In Tony's honor, "Next Time" includes the bonus track "Don't Wait" written by Antonia as a pledge not to procrastinate dreams but to reach for them and keep reaching.
A theatrical and commercial performer as well, Antonia's additional credits include roles on NBC's "Trauma", Fox's "House" and for Lucasfilm, Sundance Channel Pictures, Pixar, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco Opera, Sony PlayStation, Cisco Systems, Air New Zealand, Visa, and Mattel.
Kathleen Antonia is represented by Look Talent (415) 781-2841.