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Katie Knipp

With the release of the ME album, Katie Knipp takes a unique approach to pop music creating a sound all her own. With addictive progressions, loads of character, and a theatrical undertone, the record boasts the aesthetic of alt-pop and blues anthems.

Katie took her time to execute a compelling and colorful sound incorporating a lush array of instrumentation and vivacious attitude. 


The album has already hit Billboard charts and singles like "The Devil's Armchair" taking over radio waves in central valley California.

The record is number 5 on Billboard charts for Blues albums and that's only the start.

The artist has also received rave reviews from radio stations and magazines alike.

This is a must hear album from beginning to end. 

A Young Elvis was asked who do you sound like?  His reply, "I don't sound like nobody."  The same could be said for Katie.  This is a woman with the rarest of gifts- her own voice.  4 time top 10 Billboard Blues Albums artist (#5 “Me,” #9 "Katie Knipp Live at The Green Room Social Club,"  #4 "The Well,"  and #10 for "Take it With You," ), Northern California Blues Americana Siren Katie Knipp is equipped with powerful vocals and plays a variety of instruments from boogie woogie piano to slide guitar, to honest harmonica laden stories in between.  


Her various performance formats from raw solo act to full band captures audiences hearts from her first notes.  She has shared stages with Robert Cray, Fantastic Negrito, Jimmie Vaughan, Joan Osborne, Walter Trout, The Hidalgos (David Hidalgo of Los Lobos), The Doobie Brothers, Tim Reynolds, Jon Cleary, Ruthie Foster, Joe Louis Walker, The James Hunter Six, William Duvall of Alice in Chains, among many others.  She played the 2019 Mammoth Blues Festival  as the only solo female act that included headliners Buddy Guy, Trombone Shorty, Charlie Musselwhite, and more. 


Her full band has since played the Mammoth main stage 2023, sharing with Robert Randolph, Shemekia Copeland, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and more.  She has won two SAMMIES-2020 and 2019 (Sacramento Music Awards) for Best Blues Artist and was nominated Artist of The Year by The Sacramento News and Review. 

She has been honored Female Artist of the Year in both 2021 and 2020 by the Country Folk Americana Blues Music Realm. 

The Me album serves as a testament to where she is at with her sound right now and is available for streaming and download on all major outlets. 


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