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Hailing from the small city of Chester, PA on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Kathleen Fontaine-Prattis (affectionately dubbed "Kat" by family and friends) exhibited extraordinary talent as a singer at an early age. As a teenager, Kat began performing and recording with a host of local artists. It was not long before she was sought out by countless musicians, singers and producers that revolved around Philadelphia at the time. As the Sound Of Philadelphia and the recording empire created by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff grew, so did the experience and reputation of Kat Fontaine. By then, she earned her place on a very short list of the area's top voices of the city. Fontaine quickly moved up the ranks of Philadelphia's booming music scene. She performed or recorded lead and background vocals for the likes of Norman Harris, Bunny Sigler, Billy Paul, The Trammps, and The Temptations' Ron Tyson to name just a few. Kat's career would eventually lead her to share the stage with internationally renowned artists ranging from KC & The Sunshine Band, Sister Sledge, and Gloria Gaynor - to late greats like BB King and Ray Charles. In the past few years Fontaine has been working with the legendary Philly Soul producer Butch Ingram abetted by the awesome talents of the mighty Society Hill Orchestra. She released her first ever solo album to rave reviews and has been busy entertaining adoring audiences ever since. Hailed as one of the standout tracks from "This Time," her debut album, Kat revisited Dee Dee Sharp's chestnut, "I Love You Anyway," originally released on the Philadelphia International label back in 1980. The Philly Soul vibe is still very much alive as Kat delivers a beautiful rendition of the much beloved tune and truly makes it her own.
Hailing from the small city of Chester, PA on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Kathleen Fontaine-Prattis (affectionately dubbed "Kat" by family and friends) exhibited extraordinary talent as a singer at an early age. As a teenager, Kat began performing and recording with a host of local artists. It was not long before she was sought out by countless musicians, singers and producers that revolved around Philadelphia at the time. As the Sound Of Philadelphia and the recording empire created by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff grew, so did the experience and reputation of Kat Fontaine. By then, she earned her place on a very short list of the area's top voices of the city. Fontaine quickly moved up the ranks of Philadelphia's booming music scene. She performed or recorded lead and background vocals for the likes of Norman Harris, Bunny Sigler, Billy Paul, The Trammps, and The Temptations' Ron Tyson to name just a few. Kat's career would eventually lead her to share the stage with internationally renowned artists ranging from KC & The Sunshine Band, Sister Sledge, and Gloria Gaynor - to late greats like BB King and Ray Charles. In the past few years Fontaine has been working with the legendary Philly Soul producer Butch Ingram abetted by the awesome talents of the mighty Society Hill Orchestra. She released her first ever solo album to rave reviews and has been busy entertaining adoring audiences ever since. Hailed as one of the standout tracks from "This Time," her debut album, Kat revisited Dee Dee Sharp's chestnut, "I Love You Anyway," originally released on the Philadelphia International label back in 1980. The Philly Soul vibe is still very much alive as Kat delivers a beautiful rendition of the much beloved tune and truly makes it her own.
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I Love You Anyway (Mod)
Artist: Kat Fontaine & The Society Hill Orchestra
Format: CD
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Hailing from the small city of Chester, PA on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Kathleen Fontaine-Prattis (affectionately dubbed "Kat" by family and friends) exhibited extraordinary talent as a singer at an early age. As a teenager, Kat began performing and recording with a host of local artists. It was not long before she was sought out by countless musicians, singers and producers that revolved around Philadelphia at the time. As the Sound Of Philadelphia and the recording empire created by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff grew, so did the experience and reputation of Kat Fontaine. By then, she earned her place on a very short list of the area's top voices of the city. Fontaine quickly moved up the ranks of Philadelphia's booming music scene. She performed or recorded lead and background vocals for the likes of Norman Harris, Bunny Sigler, Billy Paul, The Trammps, and The Temptations' Ron Tyson to name just a few. Kat's career would eventually lead her to share the stage with internationally renowned artists ranging from KC & The Sunshine Band, Sister Sledge, and Gloria Gaynor - to late greats like BB King and Ray Charles. In the past few years Fontaine has been working with the legendary Philly Soul producer Butch Ingram abetted by the awesome talents of the mighty Society Hill Orchestra. She released her first ever solo album to rave reviews and has been busy entertaining adoring audiences ever since. Hailed as one of the standout tracks from "This Time," her debut album, Kat revisited Dee Dee Sharp's chestnut, "I Love You Anyway," originally released on the Philadelphia International label back in 1980. The Philly Soul vibe is still very much alive as Kat delivers a beautiful rendition of the much beloved tune and truly makes it her own.
        
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