Hey all, a new article just came out all about my songwriting process. I’m really happy with how it turned out–hope you like it, too! http://www.ppulse.com/Articles-Live-Music-c-2013-05-30-108449.114136-Katie-Dahl-Discusses-the-Art-of-Crafting-a-Song.html
Bassist Rich Higdon and I had a wonderful time at our hour-long interview and appearance on Wisconsin Public Radio’s show 45 North this past Friday morning. Listen to the full interview here–there’s also a video clip! http://www.wpr.org/45north/
This just in: Katie will perform and be interviewed live on the new WPR show 45 North on May 24 at 10 a.m.! Wisconsin, you can listen on your old-fashioned radio! Everyone else, tune in online at wpr.org.
Check out this review by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel of the Jimmy Kaplan and Friends cabaret show at the Sunset Playhouse. (Katie’s in it–the show and the review.) The show runs four more days: Thursday 2/14-Sunday 2/17. http://www.jsonline.com/entertainment/arts/kaplans-revue-a-musical-tribute-to-friendship-s38me1r-190598701.html
We’re pleased to announce that “Leaky Boats and Paper Birds” was named one of the best albums of the year by WVPE, Indiana Public Radio. What an honor! For the full list, check out this link: http://www.wvpe.org/index.php#/backporch.php
The Victory Farm CDs have arrived in stock and are available for immediate shipping! Order at www.katiedahlmusic.com/music. Also, Victory Farm was named one of the ten best shows of 2012 in Wisconsin by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Read more here: http://www.jsonline.com/entertainment/arts/theater-scene-delivered-captivating-performances-in-2012-sp83lhf-185073611.html
The live cast recording of Katie’s co-written musical, Victory Farm, is now available for pre-order (anticipated delivery date: December 22). Visit the “music” page to hear song samples and to pre-order via PayPal. Pre-orderers receive a special Victory Farm trinket while supplies last!
Good news! On November 9, Katie took second place in the Wisconsin Singer-Songwriter Series songwriting contest. Her prize was getting to open for legendary songwriter Cheryl Wheeler in Mequon on November 10–what a thrill!