Folk DJs, venues, and reviewers agree...Katherine Rondeau is a new, true force on the folk music scene.
Unfortunate Point of View - released Jan. 2019
- 7 straight months on the Folk DJ Charts - January #4 album & #1 original song
- 9 weeks on the NACC Top Folk Album Charts
- Just awarded a 2019 NERFA Semi-Formal Showcase!
Katherine Rondeau is a bold voice in the folk world and Unfortunate Point of View showcases her strengths as a dynamic songwriter and singer. Chris Kocher, WHRW-FM
Katherine Rondeau, through her first two, self-released works, has established herself as a national force in folk music. However, after listening to Unfortunate Point of View I'd say she is really much more. She's just good. Audiophilereview.com
With her powerhouse vocals leading the way, Katherine Rondeau delivers a rootsy performance that harkens back to the best of the Folk Revival with a modern style. Ron Olesko, Traditions, WFDU-FM
Katherine Rondeau has a powerful voice and stage presence. Joy emanates as she invites the audience to experience the songs along with her which makes for a warm and appreciative community from the first note to the last. Kathy Sands-Boehmer, me&thee coffeehouse
Katherine Rondeau's voice holds holds authenticity and soul in every note. Modern folk music in the finest tradition of the form. Justin Helmer, KVSC-FM
There is a warmth and a strength to Rondeau’s singing and to her music in Unfortunate Point of View that keeps me looking forward to the next cut on the CD. Bill Revill, WESU-FM
The title cut on Unfortunate Point of View shows Katherine at her finest, pairing both cello and banjo - (trust me, it's sublime), in a sound that harkens back to the '70s work of Joni Mitchell. Ink 19
Katherine delivered the in-your-face power of the rousing anthem and the exquisite pain of the love lost ballad with equal assuredness, masterful technique, and an emotional sincerity that connected each of us directly to her heart. A must see! Mark Schaffer, Programming Chair, Folk Project Acoustic Getaway