|"Driving on the heavily populated highway of starving musicians, Kathy Fleischmann is not stuck in the car pool lane."
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"A unique storyteller - they broke the mold when Kathy Fleischmann entered the world of music."
-- Renegade Industry Edition Newsletter
| Kathy Fleischmann, former lead vocalist of the highly acclaimed alternative band Poetic Injustice, emerged dramatically as a solo singer/songwriter with her first release, “Anamorphosis” in 1993.
Since then she has earned accolades including “Best Acoustic Performer” by South Florida’s City Link Magazine and has showcased at music conferences including NXNE, NEMO and The Philadelphia Music Conference.
She has performed at Nashville’s prestigious Bluebird Café, The Riverwalk Blues Festival and most recently at the Port Jefferson Music Festival.
Kathy has also opened for Michelle Shocked, The Mavericks, Roger McGuinn and even Marilyn Manson.
Her music can be heard on radio stations across the country from New York’s WFUV to California’s KCLA as well as in Berlin, Australia, Costa Rica and the UK. On one of her mini-tours of the UK, Fleischmann was interviewed and performed live on BBC1.
| An artist not limited to songwriting, her short stories and poetry have appeared in the publications “Music Horror Stories”, “The Invisible City” and “The Anonymous Review”. She is also a staff writer/photographer with the Long Island based music paper, “Aural Fix” and the Northeast publications, “Good Times” and “Inside Connection.”
Kathy has also been involved with local cable music shows that showcase LI musicians. She has hosted LT1-TV, which airs on both the east and west coast in addition to being both a camera person and technical director for LIMC-TV.
Fleischmann’s most recent release, “Unresolved” (Bent Pussycat Records)-is a collection of 13 new songs that stays true to her acoustic style.
Kathy performs regularly in the NY and tri-state areas and resides on Long Island with her 18.3 lb.cat/manager, Aretha.
"She's just damn good, and so is her sound, which has its demure moments and sometimes an undeniable edge."
-- The Musician's Trade Journal