Kathy Carter
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Kathy Carter

Harrison, Arkansas, United States | SELF

Harrison, Arkansas, United States | SELF
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'LOVE REVOLUTION'
8 song CD
3 songs in airplay
'Great is the Name of the Lord' - 'We Lift You Higher' - 'Armor of God'

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My early years performing were influenced by secular music. Like the majority of the popular culture, its what I related to. Believing that 'church music' was boring and conventional, I steered clear of it.
It wasn't until the Holy Spirit got a hold of me that I saw how 'alive' God-influenced music could be.
I am a fourth-generation musician, my first gig at 16 was with my Dad on keys and my uncle on drums. The guitar player, Bryce Roberson, was the first white guy to play at Chess Records in Chicago as a session player for such greats as Muddy Waters, B.B. King and Howlin' Wolf.
From Top 40, Rock, Jazz and Blues, I played the festival circuit throughout the Mid-west and the South.
A featured entertainer at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri I was also fortunate to share the same stage with Carrie Underwood.
When I became a Christian and the Worship Leader at Grace Christian Center in Harrison, Arkansas. I decided to take the kind of music that I loved while I was performing and write Christian songs with the same kind of force and conviction, emphasizing scripture in the lyrics.
During that time I travelled in Arkansas and Missouri with the group 'Fishers of Men', playing bass and acoustic guitar as well as singing lead vocals.
I was a finalist in 2006 in Daywinds 'Exalting Him' vocal competition in St. Louis, Missouri.
'LOVE REVOLUTION' is my first solo project. Already in radio play in the second month of its release, its by definition 'one-of-a-kind'.
One favorite in rotation, 'Great is the Name of the Lord', kicks off with a Jewish flavor and switches gears to a rock-infused anthem about freedom, purpose and passion (to take a quote from my webpage).
The creative journey has been exciting, the music is uplifting,definately worth the listen.