“to listen is to fall long and hard into a well of wonders” – Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange
“singer that mixes styles to create her own sound… a hybrid of country, jazz and classic torch song.” – San Francisco Chronicle
Kathleen Grace grew up in the Wild West, its vistas etching an impression that would stay with the Tuscon, AZ native as she traveled to the winding hills of east Los Angeles. From there, Grace has forged a remarkable career which has sent her around the globe, playing for a worldwide audience whose diversity reflects her own eclectic musical tastes. Her fourth album, No Place To Fall, is a sun-drenched landscape of music rooted in her desert upbringing and elegant country spirit. Recorded at Carriage House Studios and produced by Sheldon Gomberg (Ryan Adams, Ben Harper, Lucinda Williams), No Place To Fall is the undeniable evolution of Grace as a naturally exquisite singer and songwriter, whose soulful instincts are skillfully honed by her prior experience in jazz and blues, a prescient beacon from her past onward toward the western sun.