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Kate Campbell

Kate Campbell (born October 31, 1961 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American folk singer/songwriter. Her music is strongly influenced by her Southern heritage, as on her most recent album, Blues and Lamentations, which explores the blues and contains a song about Burrell Cannon, a Texas preacher who "almost" invented the airplane. Guy Clark and Maura O'Connell provided guest vocals on the album. Her earlier records include the acoustic album Sing Me Out and the cover album Twang on a Wire.


  • Songs from the Levee (1994, re-issued 2004)
  • Moonpie Dreams (1997)
  • Visions of Plenty (1998)
  • Rosaryville (1999)
  • Wandering Strange (2001)
  • Monuments (2003)
  • Twang on a Wire (2003)
  • Sing Me Out (2004)
  • The Portable Kate Campbell (2004)
  • Blues and Lamentations (2005)
  • For the Living of These Days (with Spooner Oldham) (2006)

Campbell appears on the following compilations, among others:

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