Kati Cavanagh was born in Baltimore, Maryland during the Summer Olympics of 1992. Since then, she has lived an interesting life, residing in several states including: Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Though Kati was born south of the Mason-Dixon line, she considers herself a New Englander and is alive and well with the hearty spirit of the Boston locals; after all, a little snow never did any harm!
Kati picked up music from a young age, starting off with the violin at age eight, progressing on to the cello at ten. She made the switch from strings to woodwinds at age eleven, taking up the clarinet, but keeping a special place in her heart for the robust sound of orchestral music. Later that year (2003) she picked up guitar and has been playing ever since.
She was trained for many years in the styling of blues, jazz, bluegrass, and classic rock, her signature sound coming from these roots. She took vocal lessons as a teenager and was apart of many different vocal groups in high school, including the award-winning South Windsor High School Treble Choir.
These days, Kati lives in Boston with her two kittens: Daisy and Toby, is finishing her degree in creative writing, writes music, and literature.
She would like to thank her mother, Donna, for always having her back and being her biggest champion. She would also like to thank her grandfather for his incredible musical inspiration, for being her rock and father-figure. Kati would also like to thank her friends and extended family for being such an amazing support system, the likes of which she wouldn't be here today without, and also thank her long-time girlfriend, Andrea, for all the love and support she gives.