Blunt and disturbed, with her new album Not Guilty planned for release in the summer of 2008, Kathy Taler has become the new outlaw of the music business. The Quebec native, now based out of Toronto, spent four years playing New York City's best and raunchiest coffee bars and Clubs. First living in Harlem, she joined bands on some blues and funk classics until she released, in 2005, her first EP I Never Bled, which she co-produced. Her rough voice got the song to be picked by Lulu Records for their compilation album called Women in Williamsburg, which ended up hitting the stores nationwide. Singing on multiple songwriters track and experiencing with a wide array of musical styles, Taler made her first video appearance on rapper Sin Messiah's Child Abuse. After being noticed by Capstone Records, her second EP Unclassified came out and started cutting through the University scenes and getting airplays on college radios in the New York and New Jersey area. Since being in Toronto, Kathy has appeared on CHRY 105.5 and CKRG 89.9, and at charity concerts such as 'Free Tibet', 'Mindscape' and "Glendon College's Human Right Concert". Abuse and politics have been a recurring theme in KT's music and her first full-length album Not Guilty might just be the knee in the crotch that Rock Music needs. With songs such as Life Stinks and Angel of Death, expect a gripping hour... and your mother to look away. Two Jack Records © 2008 All rights reserved Contact: (416) 226-4968.
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