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Great Aunt Ruth and the Saucy Cats

Great Aunt Ruth & the Saucy Cats began as a virtual band and a musical collaboration between two people who met in a jazz bar on a ship in the middle of the Atlantic. One had great musical ideas; the other was a great musician. The one who was dreaming music shared her first musical sketches with the other, who was living music. He became her friend and teacher. Great Aunt Ruth & the Saucy Cats was born from their dreams and friendship. Shortly after a recording session in 2015, Great Aunt Ruth & the Saucy Cats experienced a great loss, the untimely death of Joel Scott. He had given the dreamer—Kathryn Joy—her start

Great Aunt Ruth & The Saucy Cats Are Set To Release Their First Ep: "All About The Music In Your Heart"

Great Aunt Ruth & The Saucy Cats Are Set To Release Their First Ep: "All About The Music In Your Heart"

Kickstarter campaign will culminate in the release of five insightful songs by Kathryn Joy It all began when aspiring singer-songwriter Kathryn Joy met veteran pianist Joel Scott at a jazz bar on a cruise ship somewhere on the Atlantic Ocean. Scott, who had worked with such notables as the Jackson 5, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, Dionne ...


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