After 8 years on UK indie label ‘Grand Central Records’ where she was a regular vocalist for artists like AIM and Rae and Christian, as well as releasing two albums of her own, Kate decided it was time to bring it back to her hometown of Toronto, Canada.

Now, two years after the North American release of ‘St. Eustacia’ and a recent stint singing with Toronto indie rockers ‘The Coast’, Kate and her 6 piece band are running wild and independent and have wrapped up the recording of their latest album ‘Beauregard’, which is gearing up for it’s October 2008 release. While never losing sight of her original folk roots, Beauregard picks up the pace where St. Eustacia left off.

With production by Toronto’s Chris Stringer (Ohbijou, The D’urbervilles) and mixed by the venerable Michael Phillip Wojewoda (Rheostatics, Spirit of the West) this album boasts a little extra energy, punch and indie rock flavour than earlier recordings and in turn gives Kate’s affecting, soulful vocals the opportunity to really flex some muscle.

kate rogers band discography
2008 - Beauregard LP
2007 - Beauregard EP
2006 - Seconds LP
2005 - St. Eustacia LP

Edited by mbannister2000 on 6 Nov 2008, 22:05

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