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Kate finds a new sense of depth and maturity

Kate Voegele has always been a bit of a mystery to me. It is hard to tell if she is more interested in music, acting or fashion. Then again, she is a young woman, who is exploring the many chapters in her life where she displays considerable talent. That's a good thing to do when you're young, but her music has seemed a bit disjointed over the years. Was she a folkie, an "Indie Girl", or a musician with no sense of direction to speak of?

Well, I am happy to say that "Canyonlands" reveals Kate to be in excellent voice, with an unapologetically mainstream and radio-friendly effort. Put the album on shuffle, and you will not find any "B-sides" or songs that are afterthoughts. "Don't Count Me Out" is a jolt of hope that marches forward to a strong backbeat, accented by bluegrass strings. The message of positivity is undeniable in "Sun Will Rise", and is reminiscent of her powerful "Lift Me Up".

"Crooked Road" is one of those songs that is perfect for a day in the country, far away from the city. There is even a bit of steel pedal thrown in for good measure, straight out of Nashville.

I'll have to admit that "World Stops Spinning" made me smile, because of the strong similarity to Vanessa Carlton and her song "White Houses". Still, if you are going to pay homage to someone, Carlton is a good choice.

"Catch Me On Fire" is a spunky, runaway train of passion. On the other hand, "Middle Of The Night Mind" is about those moments when you lie awake in bed, wondering about what was and what will be. Same goes for the reflective "Ventura Highway" (which is not a cover of the America classic).

"Canyonlands" is Voegele's strongest album to date, with a definitive focus and style that showcases her considerable growth as a musician. She remains a force to watch in the music industry.

Another hit album!

This album is astounding, a different vibe from Kate's past albums that works perfectly. Kate's Voegele's vocal talent continue to evolve and become even better. With songs that hit close to home like "Crooked Road" and "Middle Of The Night Mind" which captivate the heart and ears and the amazingly catchy "Catch Me On Fire" & "Bad Bad Drug" Kate Voegele fans like myself will enjoy this truly inspirational album.

Support Talent!

Happy to support Kate and her new album! I've been a fan since One Tree Hill and I continue to follow her career. Its so important to support musicians, especially the genuinely talented ones! Love Canyonlands <3


Born: December 8, 1986 in Bay Village, OH

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before launching her dual careers as pop-minded songwriter and television actress, Kate Voegele grew up outside Cleveland in the suburban locale of Bay Village, Ohio, where she began singing in her church choir at age ten. Though her father often played guitar during his daughter's childhood, it wasn't until she entered high school that Voegele first picked up the instrument with any serious intent. Spurred on by a teenage breakup, she began to write pop/rock songs while seeking musical guidance...
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