Electronic Press Kit

“Smart, sassy, sensitive… a rare depth and range in an otherwise endless sea of singer/songwriters.” — Cascadia Weekly

“Without reservation, Conversations Over Breakfast is one of the best albums I have heard this year.” —What’s Up! Magazine

Singer, fiddler and guitarist Kat Bula has made a name for herself through her collaborations with other artists, among them the #1 FOLK-DJ charting Coty Hogue Trio, and Nashville recording artist Jessica Lynne. 

Her quirky, frequently humorous songwriting (formerly released under the moniker “Thimble vs. Needle”) has been called “conversational” and “provocatively earnest,” drawing comparisons to Father John Misty,  Randy Newman, and Kimya Dawson.  


Career highlights

2017: Opened for bluegrass luminary Jim Hurst (with Jessica Lynne)
2017: Opened for Diamond Rio, Jeff Foxworthy & Larry the Cable Guy (with Jessica Lynne)
2017: Performed at Oregon Jamboree – headliners Little Big Town (with Jessica Lynne)
2016: Taught at California Coast Music Camp
2014: Performed at Gorge Amphitheater – headliner Tim McGraw (with Jessica Lynne)
2012-2018: Five time featured instructor at Puget Sound Guitar Workshop
2012: Topped FOLK-DJ radio charts – album collaboration with Coty Hogue & Aaron Guest
2012: Performed as guest fiddler with Nettwerk Records’ The Clumsy Lovers
2006-2008: Toured west coast with College Music Journal Top 100 charting artist Pirates R Us
2007: Performed at San Francisco Old Time & Bluegrass Festival (with Feed & Seed)

Booking inquiries




Audrey (written & performed by Kat Bula)


Dancing (written & performed by Kat Bula)
Please note that I do have a family-friendly edit of this song, and am happy to craft my sets according to the venue.


Wide Rollin’ Plains (written by Rosalie Allen, performed by Kat Bula)
A squeaky-clean example, with 100% more yodeling than the other videos.

Listen to Kat’s most recent album

In August of 2018, Kat will be touring with fellow singer-songwriter Cory D. Ward (based out of the Yosemite/Fresno area).


Cory D. Ward distinguishes himself among singer-songwriters with his intricate fingerstyle guitar arrangements, clever lyricism, and mellow vocals.

Ward’s uniquely modern folk sound has drawn comparisons to artists as diverse as  Death Cab for Cutie, Nick Drake, and Paul Simon.  He hails from the foothills of Central California.  www.CoryDWard.com



Good Enough to Eat (written & performed by Cory D. Ward)


Stranger (written & performed by Cory D. Ward)

Listen to Cory’s album