She performs regularly with “The Smiley Tillmon Band” in Chicago and in its surrounding areas.
At the age of 21 she met Buddy Guy and fell in love with the Blues.
She often share the stage with Buddy Guy and other top performers of the Blues scene.
She has joined the All-Star group called “The Healers”
Kate Moss has enjoyed playing guitar since her teens, but it wasn’t until she met Buddy Guy at age 21 that she realized what genre commanded her focus: The Blues.
Explore the music of Buddy and of his peers that made her fall in love with the sound and the sincere nature of the Blues improvisation
Since that day, Kate’s been honored to share the stage with not only Buddy on several occasions, but also with other top performers in the biz, like Tommy Castro, Jimmy Johnson, Eddie Shaw, Curtis Salgado, Ana Popovic, Samantha Fish, and most recently (and of note), Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie and Reese Wynans of Double Trouble (both with whom she recently recorded a live set, now on DVD and CD entitled: The Healers: LIve At Knuckleheads, proceeds of which benefit Blue Star Connection).
In 2012 Kate joined the All-Star band called “The Healers”, that included also Jimmy Hall (dei Wet Willie), Reese Wynans (degli SRV’s Double Trouble), Samantha Fish, Danielle and Kris Schnebelen (dei Trampled Under Foot).
From this concert was realized a DVD/CD “Live At Knuckleheads” highly welcomed by the critics. The net revenues from its sales were donated to Blue Star Connection (www.bluestarconnection.org).
Today Kate performs regularly with “The Smiley Tillmon Band” in Chicago and in its surrounding areas during special events and festivals.