6th 2009
The Jazz Session #65: Kate Schutt

Posted under Guitarists & Podcast & Vocalists


Jason Crane interviews singer/songwriter Kate Schutt about her album Telephone Game (ArtistShare, 2009). Schutt has walked a different path than the average musician. She went to Harvard, where she played Division I lacrosse and hockey. She also went to the Berklee College of Music to hone her jazz chops. She speaks Chinese because her high school offered it. She’s an American, but she lives in Guelph, Ontario, a place she describes as the “Austin, Texas of Canada.” And on Telephone Game, she let her fans contribute to the songwriting process. Learn more at KateSchutt.com.

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  1. The Jazz Session » Jazz Now: Jason Crane’s five jazz CDs for new listeners on 27 Sep 2009 at 12:42 am #

    […] in jazz, but not exclusively in jazz. And I already know this album works, because after Schutt appeared on The Jazz Session, a friend who is not a huge jazzhead bought the record and loves it. Schutt combines a love for […]

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