Kate Wolf

Kate Wolf


Kate was a 70’s/80’s era folk songstress who would light up coffee shop or auditorium stage just by saying hello. She wrote and sang her songs in a beautiful poetic style that seems to have been forgotten these days of ‘all sounds alike and one-word repeats’.

Personally, I never knew folk music quite as good. Her writing was exceptional, and her singing every bit as good as her writing. Kate has a place here at home in my music library right alongside Bob Dylan and Willy Nelson . . . and THAT, in my world, is a lofty place indeed!

I found my favorite song of hers, “Eyes Of A Painter” on you tube so I want to share it first….

Another great:

There are many more in the rotation . . .