Katie Haverly - Episode 161
Season 12
Date Recorded
November 25, 2012

Dates Aired on Exit 97.7
May 26, 2017 at 11:00 PM
September 9, 2016 at 11:00 PM
June 13, 2014 at 11:00 PM
April 26, 2013 at 11:30 PM
March 29, 2013 at 11:00 PM
February 8, 2013 at 11:30 PM
December 7, 2012 at 9:00 PM

Another Episode with
Katie Haverly

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Katie Haverly (Part 2) - Episode 161
Katie Haverly was back in town for a vacation and stopped by to perform a couple of songs from her band Copper & Congress. Katie is accompanied by Corey Cottrell (guitar, vocals), Kai Lindstedt (drums), and Patrick Morris (bass). The Tucson, Arizona based band combines elements of indie-rock, alternative, jazz, and folk styles to create an intimately raw yet palatable pop sound. After singing and performing for 13 years with varying band incarnations, Katie moved to Tucson from Albany and discovered in just a few short months Kai, Patrick, and Corey from a series of informal, open mic collaborations. Since announcing their band name and lineup during a live KXCI performance in March 2012, Copper & Congress has quickly become engrained in the Tucson music scene. With the support of 116 Kickstarter backers, Copper & Congress was able to record their first record at the legendary WaveLab studios with Craig Schumacher as their producer and feature on the album performances by Calexico members Joey Burns and Jacob Valenzuela. The band's intimate, and wide-ranging musical tastes and backgrounds underlie the intricately arranged songs on The Leap Year, and the easy and synergistic energy between members is especially evident during live performances. Copper & Congress is committed to their craft. The band is dually focused on achieving technical perfection and conveying raw, emotional truth. Honoring their Tucson-inspired name, Copper & Congress strives to reflect the eclectic nature of their native music scene by combining the bluesy, country, and Americana sounds of artists like Lucinda Williams and Ryan Adams, with the rawness of classic alternative acts like Pearl Jam, and the alternative/moody sounds of artists like Feist and Zero 7. Throughout The Leap Year, the intricate, energetic music combines with Haverly's poetic and revelatory lyrics and transcendent voice. According to Haverly, "The album feels like a journey. It's lots of stories weaving together to tell one big story."


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