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  • 12 Oct 2024, 19:00 – 23:00
    Astoria , Skinner St, Wolverhampton WV1 4LD, UK
    Cowboys and Cowgirls! 🤠 🤠 Y'all get ready for 'Keep it Country Festival' 2024🎸! A country music festival in Wolverhampton, the heart of the midlands at 'ASTORIA'
  • 16 Nov 2024, 19:00 – 23:00
    FortyFive Vinyl, 29 Micklegate, York YO1 6JH, UK
    As Katy Hurt gears up to release her highly anticipated debut album, her fan base continues to grow rapidly. Don't miss your chance to get cosy with Katy in this exclusive, intimate setting and witness her genre-defying sound and undeniable talent up close.
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The song is extremely powerful and allows itself to stands out against others in the genre - Barilla The Gorilla

There’s certainly no doubting the commitment and quality of Katy’s voice as she harnesses her stunning country soul sound in what is effectively a conversation for a loved one -
Six Shooter Country

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Born in London and raised in the US, Katy Hurt was drawn to the sounds of Country, Americana and Southern rock from a young age, inspired by artists such as Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, The Eagles, and Patsy Cline. 

Katy Hurt’s work ethic and authenticity are apparent in each of her songs and are evidenced by her rigorous touring schedule and accolades. In 2018 she opened for Liam Gallagher at the Pilton Party and 2019 saw Katy and her band perform over 150 shows across two sold out headline tours, as well as international dates in Canada, the US and the Caribbean where she performed alongside Sonia Leigh on the Melissa Etheridge cruise and opened for the Bellamy Brothers at their first UK show in over a decade. 

Katy’s self-released debut studio EP “Unfinished Business”, which produced the Top 20 hit singles “Revved Up” and “Unfinished Business” was given 5 star reviews across the board.

Katy performed at LA NAMM in Jan 2020, representing brands such as Tanglewood, Yamaha & G7th Capos and flew from Winnipeg to LA and back to continue work on her debut album.

Katy spent  time in Canada, which she now considers her second home, writing and recording a host of songs including some of her latest singles “Sounds Good In A Bar” and “Wish I Could Give You Up”, which both went to Number 1 on the UK iTunes charts on the day of release and were subsequently added to rotation on CBC, Sirius XM, KIX Australia and were play-listed on Amazon Music. 

The tracks which were produced by Juno Award-winning producer Murray Pulver (Doc Walker, The Bros. Landreth) come from her soon to be released and highly anticipated debut album.

With a rapidly growing fan base, Katy Hurt is poised to take the music world by storm with her authentic storytelling, genre-defying sound and undeniable talent.


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