Rising country music star Kate Boytek featured as covergirl by Authority magazine


Authority magazine cover, Kate Boytek

Recently named “one of the top 10 independent artists right now” by Boots and Whiskey podcast and lifestyle site Beats, Beers and Bonfires.

What can I say about this West Virginia native other than, if you don’t know her, what do you do? »

— Beats, beers and bonfires

NASHVILLE, TN, USA, September 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — As her star begins to rise and the music industry takes notice, country music star Kate Boytek continues to see her industry rise, being honored as the cover star of August 2022 by Authority Magazine. Additionally, Ms. Boytek is being interviewed as one of this month’s “Rising Stars of Nashville” and continues to receive critical acclaim for her incredible music and energetic, confident stage presence.

“What an incredible honor to be featured by Authority and to have the opportunity to share some of my story with them,” said Boytek, who was also recently named “one of the top 10 independent artists right now. ” speak Boots and Whiskey podcast and Beats, Beers and Bonfires lifestyle site.

Kate continues to tour the country ahead of her debut album HELL OR HIGH WATER, due later this year. For more information, please visit: https://www.kateboytekofficial.com/.

Boytek is managed by National Conference of Personal Managers Vice President Burke Allen of Allen Artists in Washington, D.C.and is under an artist development deal with Bernard Porter’s PCG Universal in Nashville.

Organic :

Singer/songwriter Kate Boytek first took to the stage at the age of five at her local talent show.

Opportunities to sing were rare in Kate’s small hometown of Logan, West Virginia, nestled in the heart of the Appalachian coalfields. Kate sang at dozens of local charity events, led her church choir and eventually caught the eye of Vic Gabany, a West Virginia native and legendary Grand Ole Opry and Bradley’s Barn sound engineer.

With the help of Vic and the guidance of his late music manager and drummer Scotty Hawkins (Reba McEntire, Kix Brooks), Boytek pursued his dream in Nashville and appeared with country hitmakers Tyler Farr, Eric Paslay, Trick Pony and d ‘others.

But like a sad country song, Kate’s life in music was turned upside down when she was forced away from her dreams for nearly a decade.

Now a wiser, more seasoned performer, Kate Boytek has resurfaced with a writing style that’s both fresh and contemporary, while echoing the classic singer-songwriters of the 1970s.

Boytek’s upcoming debut album will feature tracks written by Kate with veteran songwriters including Britton Cameron (Lonestar, Sister Hazel), Kim McLean (Loretta Lynn, Trisha Yearwood and Tim McGraw), Brian Carper (Aaron Lewis). With career advice from veteran music executives Bernard Porter (Jason Aldean) and Burke Allen (America’s Got Talent winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.).

With a treasure chest of first-class songs and a personality that shines like few others, Kate Boytek’s career, like the title of one of her new tracks, is poised to go anywhere. . And we will watch.

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