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thumb|250px|Catie Curtis. Catie Curtis (born 1970) is an American singer-songwriter.
She was raised in the small city of Saco, Maine. She first became a drummer, but then converted to acoustic guitar. It was in her hometown that she played her first performances.
After leaving Saco, she went to Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. While at college, she became involved in the local coffeehouse circuit. At the same time, Curtis worked as a waitress and social worker while continuing to write and perform.
She moved to Boston, Massachusetts in the early 1990s, after deciding to make a career out of music. She and her partner are married in the state of Massachusetts and have two adopted daughters.
Curtis has toured extensively in North America in support of her albums, including playing at several festivals, such as the Newport Folk Festival. She has also supported, among others, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Dar Williams, Girlyman and Bonnie Raitt. She also played on the final Lilith Fair tour.