Kathleen Healy writes songs that come right from the heart, and when she sings them for you, they'll go right into your heart.”

— Bob Weiser, host of the Old Songs' Home Radio Show on WOMR

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Kathleen is a hard-working musician & songwriter living on Cape Cod. She draws from her experience of living and raising a family near the beach for many of her songs. Some say salt water runs through her veins. She writes from the heart and her honest lyrics and often poignant subject matter lend themselves to the unique quality of her voice. She admits to being a live music junkie but is currently not seeking treatment for her addiction.

Kathleen appears regionally in southern New England as a solo performer. She hosts open mic nights at local venues and thoroughly enjoys supporting the live music scene on Cape Cod and collaborating with other local musicians. When she is not performing or hosting, Kathleen can be found back in the studio recording her second studio album, Vagabond. Her CD entitled Spark was released in June of 2014.

- BMI/FAI member

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“To say that music is a serious passion of Kathleen Healy’s would probably be something of an understatement. Since returning to her Harwich hometown roughly a decade ago, Healy has added her voice to the chorus of Cape singer-songwriters while making sure to give back as often as possible.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      - Kat Szmit, Cape Cod Chronicle

Chronicle Feature by Kat Szmit

Register Article by Joe Burns

Cape Cod Magazine Article by Lisa Cavanaugh

 

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Fall Photo Shoot - Photo Credit: Kara Ryan

Fall Photo Shoot - Photo Credit: Kara Ryan

Cape Cod Women's Music Festival 2017 - photo credit Joshua Pickering

Cape Cod Women's Music Festival 2017 - photo credit Joshua Pickering

South Shore Folk Music Club 2015 - Photo credit Karen Woodhall

South Shore Folk Music Club 2015 - Photo credit Karen Woodhall

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Oct19

Kathleen Healy @ Heyday at the Island Blue Crab

Heyday at the Island Blue Crab, Brewster, MA

Come on down to the Island Blue Crab in Brewster and join me and Randy for our monthly appearance. Treat yourself to a night of originals and standard Americana tunes, with lots of strings and some sweet harmony. The food is delicious and the atmosphere friendly. See you there!
Oct20

Kathleen Healy @ Heyday at the Bandstand at Mashpee Commons

Heyday at the Bandstand at Mashpee Commons, Mashpee, MA

Join Heyday as we take over the Bandstand at Mashpee Commons with our eclectic mix of Originals and standard Americana and Folk Rock tunes. Lots of strings and sweet harmony with Kathleen Healy on guitar and vocals, Randy Patterson on lead guitar, mandolin, and harmony, and Bill Kwaak on drums. This event is free and open to the public! Bring lawn chairs and blankets and a picnic snack!
Oct24

Kathleen Healy @ Heyday at O'Shea's

Heyday at O'Shea's, West Dennis, MA

Come on down to O'Shea's Olde Inne and join me and Randy and Bill for a night of originals and standard Americana tunes, with lots of strings and some sweet harmony. The food is delicious, the wine, beer and spirits are flowing, and the atmosphere is friendly.
Nov2

Kathleen Healy @ RISA Semi-Annual Songwriters Showcase

RISA Semi-Annual Songwriters Showcase, Tiverton, RI

RISA hosts their semi-annual Songwriter Showcase at Sandywoods Music Center in Tiverton, RI and I am thrilled to be included in the line-up along with David Sardinha, Rick Allendorf, and Rick Drost. Doors open at 6:30, music starts at 7:30, tickets are $15 each at the door. BYOB.
In “Spark,” her latest CD, Healy explores life’s struggles, hopes and simple joys. As likely to showcase the talents of others as her own, Healy hosts open mics at several Cape Cod venues, offering aspiring performers the same opportunity others gave her.”

Joe Burns - The Register