Kat Webb is an Austin, TX-born soul singer, but confining genres definitely aren't her style. A proud Brooklyn, NY resident, Webb was singing background for various NYC artists, writing for up-and-coming artists and interning in audio engineering before making her solo debut with “An Old Soul” in May 2011. Since then, she's been performing to enthusiastic crowds in venues all along the East coast, including the legendary Lenox Lounge, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Bowery Poetry Club, Drom, and many more.
The release of her sophomore album, "A Better Picture" marks the first time Webb has presented to her audience her own original music. It draws on the numerous musical styles in Webb’s background, including some folk from Texas, some blues from the South, and some New Jack Swing from her new home on the East Coast.
Powerhouse soul producer, Christian Ver Halen (Maya Azucena, Kendra Ross) teamed up with seasoned band leader, Jesse Fischer (Soul Cycle, Gretchen Parlato) to co-produce “A Better Picture”, with 2007 New Artist of the Year Soultracks Award-winner, Kendra Ross blessing the mic on backgrounds throughout the album, among many other amazing NYC-based artists