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Kate Campbell is a New Orleans-born . She melds the Southern writing tradition of Flannery O'Connor, Eudora Welty and William Faulkner, with the -- musical traditions of Emmylou Harris and Nanci Griffith with a touch of Lucinda Williams keeping it honest.

Kate left a secure career with a Nashville university to pursue music full-time. Her 1994 debut album "Songs From The Levee" was re-released in 2004. Her latest album "1000 Pound Machine" was released in 2012.

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  • Avatar for tessawessa
    i'm suprised she doesn't have more listeners on here. i met her at a southern folk festival in like 2005. she was incredibly down to earth & sweet. she signed cd's for me & was thrilled that i loved her show. i find her music very honest & lovely. she needs more fans. <3
  • Avatar for thetrousers
    new interview with Kate in Wears The Trousers magazine:
  • Avatar for thetrousers
    glowing Save The Day review in Wears The Trousers magazine:
  • Avatar for Infamous_Bread
    Um...What? :/
  • Avatar for Fatty3
    sorry, but that person is bigotry in itself. in interviews and in her lyrics, she credits herself for having ever been non-racial (e.g. Bus 109, Crazy in Alabama), politically progressive and open-minded etc. and yet she represents ultra-conservative values...and what does she do? place responsibility on a specificity of southern culture...there are way more honest southern bands dear Mrs. Campbel
  • Avatar for 2Serenity
    I like her song Delmus Jackson. It is kinda corny but it is cute! I hope to explore more!
  • Avatar for HeartlessHippie
    I Love the Last Song!

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