Hailed as one of "New Orleans most prominent young singer/songwriters" (The Vinyl District) songwriter, guitarist, vocalist, and clinical music therapist Kathryn Rose Wood has long used music for both personal and community catharsis. New Orleans-bred and Nashville-based, Wood combines soul, Americana, pop, and RnB genres for a unique meld of nuanced melodies, catchy choruses, and honest storytelling.
Featured by the likes of Americana U.K. Magazine, Offbeat Magazine,
National Alliance on Mental Illness, American Songwriter Magazine, and various radio and television programming, Kathryn has found national critical acclaim thanks in part to the release of her solo debut, "In The Ashes" (2017). With her latest singles, "Anything But the Truth," and "Bed of Roses," showing an ability to weave genuine emotion, and refreshing storytelling into a wide array of genres, one thing is certain: Wood's musical imprint is destined for impact.
Prospect New Orleans' Composition 21
Bayou Boogaloo & Preservation Hall Presents: The N.O.B.A.B.E. Supergroup
Offbeat Magazine: Interview