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The best kept secret in music


"Longing, optimism mark Cason's music"

"Katieland", the debut release of Katie Cason, is a pocket of Crayola daydreams.

Katie combines clever wordplay with catchy melodies, loosely tying all pieces together into an atmospheric playground of imagery and sound.

The six-song EP starts with "Wildflower", a flighty, swimmy, optimistic ballad filled with visions of rolling fields, flowers, and love smiling back at you.

Before you know it, Katie has caught you in her spell.

You have now entered Katieland, a happy place where you can breathe in and out, because there is always plenty of atmosphere to go around.

Katie masterfully captures the very essence of true longing in the first line of the song, "Constellations" where she chants: "If I was a star, would you travel very far just to watch me burn?"

Katie's introspective musings capture a wild and uninhibited flare with your throaty, soulful voice while maintaining a tasteful semblance of sweet. "Uncensored Thoughts" takes things a step further when Katie's off-the-spectrum vocals peer into near unforbidden territory- her own uncensored thoughts.

Katieland reveals an intriguing musical character of whimsy and dreams, someone who will make you truely believe in a place where two kisses and a count to ten can make everything alright again.

Hear a sample of Katie Cason's debut release: Katieland, or purchase a copy of the full length EP by visiting her Web site at www.myspace.com/ktcason - Frontiersman


A newly released demo is now available.


Feeling a bit camera shy


"The voice of an Alto Angel" describes Fronteirsman Josh Fryfogle of Katie Cason. Through the use of lyrical imagery carried on folk melodies singer/songwriter and resident of Anchorage, Alaska values the metamorphosis of disappointment turned hope, embodied in the art form of songwriting.

At the age of 7, Katie began exploring her own musical path vocally, with piano and later on the guitar. Subsequently her early stages of songwriting have evolved into projects found in coffee shops, stages, churches, and recording studios all of which have been influenced by living in Central and South America and more recent travels to Europe and Asia.

Katie's solo music has been spinkled throughout the years all while writing, recording and touring with several folk rock, acoustic bands. After 3 years and 2 albums in a Kenai based band, 2Cent Syndicate, Katie moved to Anchorage and until recently has been involved in a 4 piece folk rock band, Something Simple.

Touring Alaska, Hawaii and Oregon are on Katieland's Calendar for 2007 along with the release of her first full length solo album.