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Turn It UP! with Music Producer Connor Conrad and Vocalist Cat Garner

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Connor Conrad is a music producer and composer with a rich, modern diverse canon of songs that reflect Jazz, Funk, RnB and Modern PoP. Connor studied piano with his uncle Frank Bennett who was an accomplished musician and band leader in Western New York. At an early age Connor started performing by playing organ at a local church in Buffalo, New York. He would accompany his mother at the Musicians Local Union Club. It is there he developed a strong interest in contemporary jazz.  He spent 5 years on tour managing and performing with G-Force, considered one of the top west coast bands now based in Washington, DC he began producing records for a number of local artist including the Velons. Connor Conrad has established himself as an accomplished writer and producer and is currently composing a music catalog suited for commercial licensing. He wrote and produced his debut CD 'Indigo Blue" which demonstrates his broad writing approach. Indigo Blue is published by the Akachi Music Group label and now available on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.

Cathy Garner, affectionately known as Cat, is a native of Chicago who currently resides in Dallas. She is a singer, songwriter, and recording artist who is becoming recognized as one of the top female vocalists.  With a growing fan base who loves her sultry and sophisticated style, Cat's love of jazz is evident. 

In 2010, Cat Garner wrote Compromiseand recorded it with the expertise of talented music producer Connor Conrad, Ten70Music, BMI. Her inspiration to write a song about romantic relationships emerged from observing everyone's relationship issues, including challenges in her own marriage.  Cat's philosophy is "if neither partner is willing to compromise, then their relationship will be compromised."  Compromise is the first, but not the last of Cat's recorded compositions. 

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