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Singer, Songwriter, Producer & Performer Cat McLean on “INDIEvening” March 28th, 7pm EST

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Join Betty-Lynn and Garrison for this “INDIEvening” interview with phenomenal indie artist, Cat McLean on Conversation Crossroad March 28th, 7pm EST. “Cat sings and plays guitar like an angel with a sardonic streak. She’ll break your heart with a stunningly musical passage and then mercilessly kick your ass all over hell with a fierce barrage of rock and roll aggression. Beware” — Michael Molinda /Chief Editor , Guitar Player Magazine “Cat has songs that remind me of John Lennon’s Music.” Writer and Producer for Prince, John Lennon, Jimmy Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Santana, Madonna, David Bowie, and on..” — Roy CiCala, Roy Cicala Cat McLean’s Category 4 is out now, and also her new clothing line is being launched. All merchandise is available on her web site. All proceeds from her tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr called Dream go to help people in need. Get all Cat music @ http://www.catmclean.com/ and @ All Fry’s Electronic stores nation wide. Cat writes all of her songs. She records, and produces all Cat tunes on her label “Catastrophe Music” with band mate, and business partner, Jon Mulvey. Cat sings, and plays Guitar, Keys, cello, bass, and does all programing. Her song “Ho” was chosen for a film being released in Australia and Europe. She’s back in “Guitar Player Magazine” next year, too. Cat has sold over 120,000 Cd’s world wide. Cat also had the great honor to play with Joe Walsh (Eagles), Bob Weir ( Grateful Dead), Stuart Hamm (Joe Satriani), Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel), Gigi ( Mariah Carey), Jon Mulvey (Joe Satriani) It was a dream come true for Cat to perform with the great Fee Waybill, and The Tubes their hit song (Don’t Touch Me There). She has recently opened for Peter Frampton, Heart, Robin Trower, Ronnie Montrose, Sophie B. Hawkins, Radiators, Shirley King.