As an artist who has withstood the test of time, Americana musician Kate MacLeod brings music to you through her original songs, instrumentals, and creative renditions of traditional and popular music. In concert, you might hear her singing her own songs, a Scottish ballad, or, A Horse With No Name. Since her first recording, produced by Charles Sawtelle of Hot Rize, her songs have been recorded by other artists from California to the Czech Republic, including musicians such as Laurie Lewis and Mollie O'Brien. Kate has toured in the United States, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, and the UK. She was chosen for the Best of the West Award, 2019, by the Far-West division of Folk Alliance International. In addition to her Americana/Folk music, she is a versatile composer and received the 2019 Alfred Lambourne Friends of the Great Salt Lake Award for an original violin duet. In February 2022, Kate released Uranium Maiden, a 2-CD compilation of original music inspired by the Utah region. Kate is a singer and songwriter inspired by American roots music, and an award-winning fiddle player specializing in Scottish, Irish, American Old-Time, and improvisational fiddling. She shares her residence time between her Salt Lake City home, and Harpers Ferry, WV where she looks after her 97-year-old mother. Joining Kate on stage will be some of the musicians who are featured in the music of the Uranium Maiden recording.