Don’t Miss Marc Broussard at The Kate!

Backed by a full band, complete with a horn section and background vocalists, Marc Broussard brings his Bayou Soul to The Kate and we couldn’t be more excited!  He will pull from his catalog of fan favorites while peppering in some new material from his most recent release, Easy to Love.  He will share and inspire…

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Another Show in the Books!

Jarrod Spector and Kelli Barrett took us on quite the musical journey through their love story last week, and it couldn’t have been better!  “Look at it My Way” is a deeply personal account of the two Broadway stars’ (sometimes agonizing, if you ask Jarrod) evolution from mere costars to the loves of each other’s…

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Happy Birthday Jane!

Please join The Kate in wishing Jane Lynch a very happy birthday and the best wishes for the year to come!  May you keep your fans smiling with you always!  And please come back and see us in Old Saybrook ANY time!

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Rosanne Cash: “When The Master Calls The Roll”

Rosanne Cash shares the story behind “When The Master Calls The Roll” from her Grammy-winning album, The River & The Thread.

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Mary Lambert performs “Sarasvati”

Check out the full version of Mary Lambert performing “Sarasvati” from her 2013 album Welcome to the Age of My Body on The Kate!

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Kiefer Sutherland opens up about fans reacting to his music

Kiefer Sutherland talks about that shocking moment when he first noticed a fan singing the words to his song “Not Enough Whiskey”. Check out his performance of the song as he performed it for The Kate audience.

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A CPTV Original series, The Kate presents bold performers with something to say.

By way of delicate beauty or razor-sharp wit, these artists captivate audiences with a revelatory charisma and irresistible charm akin to the fesity spirit of our muse, Katharine Hepburn.

Season 2 will Premiere nationally beginning in April, 2017

Check local listings for broadcast dates and times.

The Artists

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Marc Broussard

“Performing is where it is for me. I love getting on the stage, I love putting smiles on people’s faces. I feed off of it.”

Jarrod Spector and Kelli Barrett

“If it’s not deeply personal, it’s just a lounge act.” – Jarrod

Nancy And Beth

“We are taking that idea of that old-fashioned entertainment that was so popular back in the day with musicals [like] Singin’ in the Rain, and we’re bringing it to this band with just a little bit more modern sensibility, and there’s kind of a wink involved.” – Megan Mullally

Jane Lynch

“‘See Jane Sing’ is one of the most joyous experiences of my career. I love everything about theater and performing in front of a live audience is so rewarding.”

Darlene Love

“I get such joy out of performing for people, and you can tell whether they like you or they don’t like you the minute you walk out on the stage.”

Kiefer Sutherland

“I love to tell a story. The stories are actually mine and very personal.”

Mary Lambert

“I hope people learn the power of vulnerability through my songs. I think vulnerability can save the world. Empathy helps people connect with each other.”

Maurice Hines

“Theater is the ultimate. The one thing we think about is pleasing the audience and they give it right back, and when they do its heaven.”

Rosanne Cash

“You combine the personal and the mythical and if you don’t come up with a song then you’re not paying attention.”

Ana Gasteyer

The patter is real, the themes adult; the lyrics are timeless, and the music swings like crazy!

Rickie Lee Jones

“No beret, no boyfriends, no badass bravado. I am who I am, the age I am. But what I have is music; that is what I am offering.”

Jarrod Spector

Jarrod’s story is told with humor, tender moments and great singing.

The Ann Wilson Thing

“I love the blues. The Ann Wilson Thing gives me an opportunity to rock the blues up close and personal.”

Barb Jungr

“A fearless iconoclast who dives into the deepest waters of popular song to wrest exotic treasure from the ocean floor…” — New York Times

Rita Wilson

“I would watch these artists on stage and ache from wondering, ‘How can I get up there? How can I get to do that?'”