Katie Uva
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The Me Album--2006

Good Things in Small Packages--2007

Banana Genesis--2009

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Raised on the Beatles, Paul Simon, and Janis Joplin, Katie Uva was inspired to play music herself after becoming an avid fan of the Indigo Girls.

Seven years later, she has played various college shows, a vegan pizzeria, an Irish pub, The Bowery Poetry Club, an anarchist bookstore, and on the streets of Rome and New York.

She listens to all genres of music, from African to Zydeco, but her main influences are the Indigo Girls and the Roches, for their blending of genres and their intelligent lyrics.

She has written three albums' worth of songs, drawing inspiration from such sundry places as the U.S. History AP, Minnesota, and the Horace Harding Expressway. She once was dared to write a song using the words "delicatessen," "Sagittarius," and "tae kwon do," which has since become one of her biggest crowd pleasers--"The Man at the Delicatessen."