Kathryn Williams (born 1974 in Liverpool, England) is a singer/songwriter.
In her youth, Williams studied an art foundation course in her native Liverpool, before moving to Newcastle upon Tyne to study for a degree in fine art.
After a friend heard Williams' music, they booked a gig without her knowing it. Williams was intending it to be a one-off event, though she soon found herself being booked again and again by people.
Her next step was recording some of her music onto CD. These quickly sold at her gigs, so Williams set up her own record label, Caw Records, to release her music. However, after her second album, Little Black Numbers, was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, the increased popularity of her music forced her to sign a licensing deal with Eastwest Records.
*Dog Leap Stairs (1999) *Little Black Numbers (2000) *Old Low Light (2002) *Relations (2004) *Over Fly Over'' (2005)
*"Jasmine Hoop" *"No One Takes You Home" *"In A Broken Dream" *"Shop Window" *"Beachy Head"