Kat Green is a creative renaissance woman as an accomplished singer, songwriter, music producer as well as a filmmaker. She has produced films for the Hallmark Channel starring Naomi Judd, Danielle Panabaker, and Fiona Gubelmann shooting in Canada as well as in castles in Ireland.  In addition to producing, Kat directed the festival award winning short film The Big Swim which included underwater scenes with live sharks. As a former actress, she's known for being the first woman to play Marvel Comics' Alicia Masters in The Fantastic Four in 1994, directed by Oley Sassone and co-produced by Roger Corman but gave up acting to pursue a career in music. Currently she sings, music supervises and produces scores and soundtracks for film and TV projects as well as a soloist with the Angel City Chorale where they performed with London’s Royal Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall and were a semi finalist on America's Got Talent. 

Kat directs all of her own music videos where she tells personal stories as well as inspiring others such as a cover of the Foo Fighters “Times Like These” honoring the front line healthcare workers during the COVID pandemic.  She documented the empty streets of Los Angeles during the Pandemic for another video, created and directed the documentary “This is Me” for the Angel City Chorale when they were on America’s Got Talent as well as has experience shooting with unique angles including the use of drones and special FX. 

As a music producer, singer and vocal contractor, Kat has experience producing and recording at studios such as Capitol Records Studios, Abbey Road, Henson and The Village.  She has traveled to Prague and Bulgaria to record symphonies, orchestras, and choirs as well as worked with major label artists from the Backstreet Boys to Slipknot and film and TV composers. 

As a film producer and director she has been at the helm of projects with budgets ranging from $2 - 3M, shooting on location in Canada, Mexico and Ireland.

She recently completed a new album project entitled "RISE THE PHOENIX" with composer, the late Daniel Belardinelli, featuring the Bratislava Symphony, Angel City Chorale, MB Gordy, Lili Haydn among other top talent and include songs around the topic of depression and mental health with a mission to effect social change.

Kat Green: "Until You" - Debut Album Available on iTunes & Spotify

Singer. Songwriter. Filmmaker. Producer. Kat Green’s breadth of talent and skill shines through every track on her impeccable debut album, “Until You.” A life lived in the capitol city of the entertainment world, interwoven with a career in music production, is evident in every polished note on every resonant track. Composed of standards, new arrangements of recent classics and original songs, “Until You” may be filed under Crossover Jazz or Adult Contemporary, but it transcends these labels with its warmth and welcome.

By turns Kat’s vocals evoke prime Sarah McLachlan, breathy café chanteuses of ages past and cinematic ballads underscoring the soaring emotions of lovers and champions. She produced the album with co-producer (and ex-husband) Billy Lincoln, tenderly committing the craft she’s honed working with other artists to the work she felt ready to put her own name on.

“Until You” comes from a moment of intense change in Kat’s life, born in the aftermath of a heartbreaking divorce and giving voice to the range of emotions beginning again inspired in her. She drew her strength, and her inspiration, from music during this time.

She says: “I hope my album will touch or move someone. I had to express myself through my art in such a difficult time and, where at times this feels like a very romantic record, it actually is a journey of breaking up with a soul mate, hitting rock bottom, rediscovering my sexuality, healing and being ready to search for love again.”

The album’s sound reflects not just Kat’s heart, but those of the others who helped shape it. Mixed by BAFTA-nominated engineer John Rodd (“Breaking Bad,” “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”), and mastered by Grammy-winning music veteran Gavin Lurssen (Alison Kraus, Robert Plant, Sheryl Crow, T-Bone Burnett), Kat’s vocals, and the music created by an all-star cast of musicians, including players from the esteemed Brian Setzer Orchestra, are showcased at their absolute best.

The energy and empathy inherent in Eva Cassidy’s “Autumn Leaves” and Sia’s anthemic declaration of independence, “Chandelier,” demanded to be captured and conveyed. The vulnerability of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” “Landslide” and Maroon 5's "My Heart is Open" comes into crisp focus in Kat’s hands. The uplift of “Can’t Help Falling in Love” and bounce of Bryan Setzer’s “Stray Cat Strut” speak to anyone who’s launching into new adventures.

“Until You” also features three original songs from Kat’s directorial debut film, “The Big Swim.” “Breathe Me In” and “Bubble” will stay with you, and the gorgeous “Until You” gets an apropos showcase in a music video directed by Kat. She has directed two other videos so far and plans to shoot one for each song, continuing to tell emotional stories. 

Her work creating music for television and film is evident in “Until You,” as the album has a visual quality that suggests the scenes each track might accompany in the lives (or dreams) of the listener. Travel with Kat through heartbreak to catharsis, and ultimately to a sensory breakthrough.