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Kat Goldman
Biography

Kat Goldman is a Cambridge-based, Canadian–born singer-songwriter. Her songs have been covered by Grammy-nominated band “The Duhks”, and have been sought after by jazz diva Sophie Milman and folk heroine Dar Williams. She has worked with Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin and Dar William’s management out of New York City. She has been one of Canada’s broadcast darlings, awarded best songwriter of the year in 2007 by CBC radio. Kat's song "Annabel" has been covered by artists in several countries, and was the inspiration for Giller prize nominee Kathleen Winter's novel "Annabel," fastening it to the fabric of folk music.

Kat has appeared on stage with Colin Hay (Men at Work), Eric Anderson, Jonatha Brooke, Al Stewart, Dar Williams, and Martin Sexton, among others. She has been called "the quintessential songwriter", and her music continues to touch the hearts of fans around the world.