Kate Eppers is a singer, songwriter and actress from Salem, Ma. She performed in Harvard University’s comedic “The Ig Nobel Awards” from the age of 8 until 17. Kate has performed at the Danvers Fireworks Festival, with the Cape Ann Big Band, at The Watch City Steampunk Festival as well as independent features around Boston performing her experimental, piano heavy music.
Kate has performed at the "Shalin Liu" in Rockport, MA, Kresge Auditorium at MIT U and Sanders Theater of Harvard University in Cambridge,MA.
Kate has acted in countless music videos for both national and local Boston artists. This year Kate has appeared in web series and Independent films as well as composing for two of them.
Kate was beyond excited in 2016 to be featured in and compose for the 1920s era independent film "The Chair” from Bald Dog Productions. Period music is not unfamiliar to her, and being part of this project was a dream come true. “Show you a good time”, co-written by Boston Rock Band One Time Mountain.
Among other films, Kate completed production in July 2018 of the period movie comedy "The Dinner Party" by Narrows street films, premiering soon. Kate portrayed "Dahlia" a teen progressive debutante in 1906. 2019 films include its sequel "The fair fight", "The loner" (Directed by Kris Salvi) and notably "Staring down a barrel" directed by Anthony Gaudette and James Harmon. SDAB was the winner of the SCRIPT TO SCREEN award at the STANFORD INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL and was turned into a live action film. SDAB will premiere there 10/19/19.
On August 3, 2018, FOLLOW ME the music video premiered, the second single of the debut album THE WISHING WELL. FOLLOW ME features visually stunning effects set in the backdrop of one of the most beautiful locations in Newburyport and all of Massachusetts. Filmed over two seasons, viewers are treated to a true feast of the eyes and of the imagination in this magical three minutes fairy tale detailing a fantastical tale of adventure.
NEW YEARS 2020- THE WISHING WELL MUSIC VIDEO was realesed! Watch now on youtube! The final video for the album.
"The Wishing Well" was met with critical acclaim by The Noise Boston, Metronome Magazine Boston, The Lynn Daily Item, Limelight Magazine, Boston Voyager and more.
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"A POWERFUL DEBUT FROM A TALENTED SINGER, SONGWRITER PIANIST "
- Metronome Magazine.