Kathleen Mock Voted the "Best Subway Musician" by New York Magazine, Kathleen Mock has been stopping passersby in their tracks with the sound of her voice for over 20 years. After touring the South's coffee shops, clubs, and festivals, she left Alabama for New York City at the age of 26 and quickly learned to make a living playing the streets and subways. Kathleen complements underground gigs with club performances at such locations as the Mercury Lounge, Bowery Ballroom, Bitter End, and CBGB. Kathleen has opened for Greg Allman, Warren Zevon, Marshall Crenshaw, and the Psychedelic Furs and starred in the Public Theatre's Street Songs and Joe's Pub.
Kathleen Mock has self-produced two CDs of her own music and been included on two CD compilations of subway music.
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