Katie Todd | Changing Faces

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Changing Faces

by Katie Todd

Brilliant vocals & production, award-winning Pop-rock from Chicago.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tiger
3:42 $0.99
2. The Polite
3:22 $0.99
3. Vacate
3:46 $0.99
4. Get Up
3:27 $0.99
5. Spinning
4:31 $0.99
6. Afraid of Love
4:40 $0.99
7. Changing Faces
3:34 $0.99
8. Unreachable
3:56 $0.99
9. Innocent
3:29 $0.99
10. Brittle
2:44 $0.99
11. Claustrophobe
3:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
Performing with Jewel, Steve Winwood and 10,000 Maniacs within the first year of forming, the fiercely independent Katie Todd Band has burst onto the Chicago music scene. Katie, a singer/songwriter/keyboardist, is backed by a powerful trio, consisting of Travis Dow on guitar, Mark Cameron on drums, and Evan Cantor on the bass. The four of them create a fresh and edgy brand of pop music. 2002 proved to be a pivotal year for the band, releasing
their debut album, "Changing Faces" to much critical acclaim. The Katie Todd Band won the "Big Break" competition in June of 2002, which gave them the opportunity to open for Tonic at Milwaukee's Summerfest, which then opened the door for them to open for Steve Winwood at Milwaukee's 2003 Summerfest, Five For Fighting in 2004, and Pete Yorn in 2005. The Katie Todd Band continues to play regularly around the country, including an opening stint for the Wallflowers in Chicago this past summer. On Dec. 20, 2003, the band released their first live album to enthusiastic audiences. The band regularly sells out legendary Chicago venues such as Schuba's and Double Door. Their compelling stage presence is provoking some of the most powerful live performances to be seen.
2005's Make Some Time For Wasting is the band's dynamite new offering.



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Great CD
This is a great CD..can't wait to see them live!

Intense vocals, Chicago's up and coming rising star!
Enchanting vocals. Great pop/rock sound.
This girl is going to be a big star.
Get your copy of this cd so you can say
I knew her when!

2002 Sweet Surprise!!
The most pleasant surprise of 2002 is Katie Todd, a diminutive singer-songwriter from Chicago whose debut album is packed with remarkable pop songs centered around her astonishing keyboard skills and breathtaking vocals. Changing Faces is an astounding debut that puts Todd on the map as one of the most promising and likable new talents on the singer-songwriter scene! (Music-Box Review)


Great album...
I have to say that my purhcase of your CD Changing Faces was a great one. I heard through your website that you are selling a LIVE CD. I hope it comes out soon as I'm burning a hole in the first one!
Thanks for the tunes.

Why isn't this girl signed to a major label?
Wow! only 23 and such an amazing debut!
I was completely blown away by the songwriting
and catchy lyrics and how tight the band is.
I can't believe that this is an independent release.
Great production. I've bought 2 extra cds to give to friends.

This Disc is a HIT!!!
I came to a live show after hearing your disc. You guys are Terrific! Good luck. Come back to Milwaukee!!!!!

Michael Bablick

What a brilliant new Artist
Every song on this album is like an uncut diamond. Her voice and her piano-playing make this CD a miracle.

This is a great cd. Reminiscent of Erin McKeown, yet with a style completely her own. It's a spatacular upbeat cd.

AWESOME!! Heard you on the radio in Chicago... CD is great.
I first heard Katie on Chicago radio and had to get the CD.
IT is great...every song. "Tiger", "Spinning" and "Changing Faces" rock!

Joel Finkle

My new favorite disc
After hearing her at Uncommon Ground while waiting for Pat MacDonald (who never showed), we bought her prerelease disc and I'm flattened. This is one of the best debuts I've heard in years.

From quiet melodies like "Vacate" to kick-butt danceable "Brittle" (waaay too short -- jam all night to this one) this is one terrific album.

With a voice somewhere between Abra Moore and Sinead O'Connor, and a piano style that doesn't borrow from any of the pop standards, Katie Todd can't miss!
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