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Kate Price

Though she started like a backup singer for rocker Kenny Loggins, the solo recordings of Kate Cost reveal a Celtic-style folk singer inspired from the cultural experimentation of Loreena McKennitt. From Santa Barbara, CA, Cost first made an appearance in 1991 on Loggins’ Jump of Faith recording. She produced her debut single album ENOUGH TIME Between 2 yrs later on for the Invaluable label, and adopted in 1995 with Deep Hearts Primary. Cost has also made an appearance with the LA Philharmonic; her third single work, Isle of Thinking, followed within the planting season of 2000.

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