Kat Kennedy began performing around her home state of Connecticut at the age of 7. Since then she has performed at venues across the country and beyond, sparking a love of music and performance that led her to Berklee College of Music in Boston. It was there that she found her current singer/songwriter, pop folk style.
She currently performs around the Boston area, playing her original music and cover songs by artists such as Johnny Cash, Bill Withers, and Vance Joy, along with many others. At Berklee, the young musician was taught by renowned teachers like Grammy-Nominee Paula Cole, Livingston Taylor, and Jon Aldrich, and guests such as Ernie Isley from the Isley Brothers and Noam Pikelny from The Punch Brothers.
At Berklee, Kat was chosen to perform at the Berklee Performance Center's "Singers’ Night", a showcase of Berklee's top singers and was selected to play the Berklee Songwriter's Circle, where a select few student songwriters were chosen by the Berklee Faculty. She has performed nationally at the world renowned Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Club Passim in Cambridge, and on countless other radios and venues from Alaska to Louisiana.
The summer of 2014 Kat Kennedy was selected for an internship at Lucky Diamond Music in Nashville, TN. In 2015 she graduated from Berklee College of Music and released her debut EP "Perception". The following year she released the acoustic version of "Perception" and toured cross country. In January of 2017 Kat had the opportunity to tour in various parts of Brazil promoting the album. She is currently planning a third tour for the end of summer 2017.