Cathy Serrano
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Cathy Serrano

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The best kept secret in music


"Michael Patterson's Review"

-- Cathy Serrano's album of Native American flute music is absolutely beautiful. Cathy is a great champion of the Fort Wayne area's musicians and a wonderful singer/storyteller in the best tradition. Oh, by the way, she's one of the best live performers you'll hear around because she really cares about reaching her audience. -

""Hopeful Cat" CD Review"

Excerpt of review from the "Hopeful Cat in a Dog's World" CD Review: "Cathy Serrano weaves a haunting and somber spell with an extended solo passage on the Native American flute (jarringly interspersed with snippets of a radio interview with Dave Nelson and bits of Gillespie sutdio wonderment). . ." -

"Jeers & Cheers Section - The Post & Mail"

Cheers to Cathy Serrano and the Cool Music for Warm Nights free summer concert series. Her relaxing vocal selections were perfect for ending a busy Saturday. - The Post & Mail, Columbia City, July 14, 2004

"USA News Net"

Press Release: Local musician creates collection of Native American flute music
Frost Illustrated | Apr 13, 2005
FORT WAYNE,Over the past few months, singer and songwriter Cathy Serrano has become a fixture in local coffee houses, serving up her own special brand of folksy, acoustic cover versions of a diverse repertoire ...


My first acoustic guitar CD is underway, but not yet released.

"Share The Wind", a Native Flute CD was released in 2005
"Hopeful Cat" the CD proceeds benefited Autistic Children, and was released 2004, featuring Native Flute tracks.

"Deer Park Sessions", features "Catch the Train Back Home" and was released May, 2006. This CD featured live recordings over four days at Deer Park Irish Pub in Fort Wayne.

Many of these tunes can be heard in rough demo format on my myspace site


Feeling a bit camera shy


I am a self-taught acoustic guitarist, and songwriter. My songs are folk/country in influence. I have strong influences from the sixties, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, and would say I am heavily influenced by artists like Kasey Chambers, a popular country singer from Australia, or Ryan Adams. An attorney by education, I picked up the guitar while studying law, and found my true passion in life. I've now been playing guitar since 2002.

I am often repeat-booked at venues that like original music such as Starbucks Coffee Houses, Deer Park Irish Pub in Fort Wayne, and The Cellar in Kentucky.