Kat Orlando, Sax Player, Singer, Song Writer

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Often compared to Tina Marie, Kat, vocalist/saxplayer pulls together in? uences of Ian Andersen/Jethro Tull, Traf? c, Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, Gladys Knight, Junior Walker and David Sanborn to create sound that harkens back to that classic era yet de? nes her own unique pop sound. Her exten-sive musical background and upbringing in Detroit, Denver and LA has made her a seasoned player and performer. Kat’s EP “All of the Above” fuses R&B, Pop and a little of jazz in? uence. Her lyrics capture a range of moments one often experiences, whether it is lost or newly discovered love and at-traction. She writes with an intuitive melodic sense that keeps a song in your head for hours on end. She is joined on these recordings by Ron Otis (drummer with Kem. Ron also tours with Earl Klugh and Bob James) and Ray Burton (touring bass player for the Spinners) and her husband, Larry Pinho on guitar. Tom Taylor added his arranging and production talents to the project. Previously Kat released her CD “Contradic-tion” which featured legendary Motown guitarist, Dennis Coffey along with various Detroit local talents like Andre’

Frappier (guitarist for

Jaheem and Angie Stone) and members of horn band Art-of-Fact. Prior to moving back to Detroit, her song placed second in a Colorado Songwrit-ing Contest. She has opened for groups like Wall of Voodoo, shared the stage with Candy Givens and Members of Zephyr and Michael Clark of the Byrds. Rosanne Barr opened for her at a Women in Music Festival in Boul-der. Kat has backed up.

 

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