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Kat Klampette

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Kat Klampette has had a passion for music since day one. Born March 24,1961in a small town deep in the heart of east Texas called Jacksonville, she was inspired by the musical talents of her Grandfather Delbert Spivey at the early age of nine. Her grandfather was a deacon and it was from him that Kat learned to love the lord and to love music. Her mother played piano and Kat loved to sing as she played. Kat always dreamed of a career in music of reaching out to people and teaching and entertaining through her music. Unfortunately, her first marriage was a time of great trial and tribulation as dealt with domestic abuse from her husband. Happily, she was finally able to escape her abusive situation and was finally able to start her singing and songwriting career at the age of 43 by beginning to sing in the church and at festivals.
She has three brothers and a sister. Kat and her sister shared an especially close bond through their shared loved of gardening and creating a bounty of God’s goodness from “the faith of a tiny seed“. Kat lost her sister a few years ago; but she keeps her memory close to her heart by always carrying morning glory seeds wherever she goes and planting a morning glory garden in her sister’s memory. She has a personal mission that churches should plant gardens to help feed the needy. Kat has been saved and she feels that as she is “in the garden” of the lord for the nurturing of her spirit, so should churches build gardens for the hungry of body and of soul.
Her musical sound is soulful, sultry, sweet and sassy with good ole Texas country twang! The styling of her music is bluesy and rough. The dobro, also know as the slide guitar, is her instrument of choice. Her first opportunity to really perform for people outside the church came when she met her second husband Ronnie “ Da Snake” Bivens, a life-long musician.They played the battle of the bands in Rusk Texas,channel19,kwrw97.7 fm played Fido one of her first songs written.Her first big show after the loss of Ronnie was on Apple Jack Mountain at a community event that over a hundred people attended. She has since performed at numerous venues across the country from Texas to Nashville (Blue Bird Cafe) to Virginia. She credits Ronnie with really bringing her back to the music and back to the love she has for spreading her message of keeping the dream alive and believing in oneself and letting God guide you through allowing your dreams to come true.
Her experiences as a survivor of domestic abuse ring through all her songs and she weaves soulful tales of personal empowerment and triumph over adversity. Her message is one of hope and of strength and of victory through the Lord and through the power of the positive. Her song “Fly Baby Fly” is a powerful anthem of making the choice to leave when staying is not an option and is representative of her personal and inspiring music. These days, Kat Klampette “loves making other people happy” and loves to be “blissfully oblivious of being blissfully oblivious”! Through the rain, this seed found the soil and the sun and there’s no pruning her now!