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ANSWER TO Eric (below): That was Nina Gerber, the longtime accompanist of Kate Wolf (who wrote that song). Nina and Scott Nygaard each play on about half the songs on the Reason & Rhyme album, which I'm glad you love! Kathy recently got to play with Nina during a series of benefits for and tributes to Sarah Elizabeth Campbell, and digits are crossed that it'll happen again.

ANSWER TO Christa (below): What Do You Dream About? and, indeed, any of Kathy's CDs not currently available through CD Baby or County Sales or other outlets are available from us. Just write <petert@kathykallick.com>. Thanks for your interest & support!

ANSWER TO Theresa (below): Kathy never recorded "My Florida Sunshine," but Claire Lynch did … on her 2010 Rounder album, "Whatcha Gonna Do." It's a Bill Monroe song from the 1970s.

ANSWER to Laurel (below): The Good Ol' Persons recorded my song, "Center Of the World," on "Part Of a Story." You can see all the lyrics and listen to it here. It's also part of Kathy's gospel collection, "Count Your Blessings," released in 2011. Thanks for your interest!


Big Thanks to everyone for all the kind words!

Looking forward to seeing you soon - KK

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  1. Martin Schneider | February 2nd, 2016 at 2:59 PM

    The Messenger...What familiar yet mysterious lyrics. I'm convinced one must know Him to organize words so simple, but so beautifully profound. Same with "In The Middle of My Town...and "A Warmer Kind of Blue". I wear these songs out on certain days...Thank you! I wish you would play some dates here in Ohio. But I recently made my 1st trip to Big Sur in June and could see why one would never want to leave the general vicinity of so much mysterious beauty. May God continue to bless you with health, words & music to play my friends..I will be listening.

  2. Uly Naujoks | August 7th, 2015 at 7:00 AM

    I am so happy to hearing you on YouTube the forest concert in Shelton 2012 would like to have you here in Munich for a concert and private contact too ??????!!!!!

  3. Sheila Keene-Larsen | June 8th, 2015 at 1:06 PM

    Kathy, Was very excited to see that you & "the ol' gang" will be here in Grass Valley for a reunion!!! I am hoping to get a chance to see everyone. Not sure which performance I will be able to make, I would have to take time off work to see the Thursday daytime, but, I will work some time in! Don't think I can still fit in my Good Ol' Persons t-shirt...many years (& pounds) have passed since those days in San Francisco!

  4. Jim Robinson | February 27th, 2015 at 10:00 AM

    Kathy and the band, Really enjoyed your music and the visit and the Mid-Winter Festival in Denver. I gave the CD to the promoter yesterday and she will contact you sometime. (she is very busy with this years festival). northplattebluegrassfestival.weebly.com Thanks, Jim

  5. Kathie Abrams | February 23rd, 2015 at 9:45 PM

    I'm collecting our family's favorite songs from when our daughters were little, and I only have What Do You Dream About in cassette form. Oh, I want to be able to hear it whenever! I'm going to write to see if I can get a CD. Thank so much for the songs!

  6. William Cerf | February 7th, 2015 at 11:01 PM

    I just discovered y'all on YouTube when I happened upon Annie Staninec doing "Banjo Pickin' Girl" with her kids at her side. What a joy to watch.

  7. Min ha Choi | December 17th, 2014 at 8:07 AM

    Oh ... I learned violin some months ago, and I played piano for many years. And i whached the video 'orange blossom' OMG I think I fall in love with ... oh no I listened it repeatdly, more than 30 times today and I found this site ... It seems that Annie doenst run her site anymore .... I love other member's play, the most thing I love is the play of Annie. She is adorable! Oh ... sorry but I can not stop listening.... I just wanted to express my emotion despite my inarticulate English.... I hope, Annie takes a more video!! I think she deserve to be receive spotlight!! T.T I think I'll listen the 'orange blossom' more than thousand times... She is so adorable and lovely!! ...Sorry for other members but it's real!! T.T

  8. Roger E. Taylor | October 25th, 2014 at 3:39 PM

    Totally enjoyed your music, your band and briefly meeting you! Thanks for coming to Poway. Hope to see you again.

  9. Brian Aust | October 6th, 2014 at 6:55 PM

    Hey there from northern Vermont, just wanted to add myself to thelist of radio programmers that regularly spins your music! @The WoodWarbler's JazzGrass Show airs live on Mondays from 7:30 - 9:30pm Eastern Time on www.wgdr.org 91.1FM/91.7FM, Goddard College Community Radio. It also rebroadcasts on Mondays 5-7pm in Warren, VT at www.wmrw.org 95.1FM. Thanks!

  10. Eric Kueneman | April 15th, 2014 at 1:51 PM

    Who played the brilliant guitar on Trumpet Vine? One has to love Ryme and Reason.

  11. Christa | April 11th, 2014 at 2:29 PM

    My family enjoyed listening to "What do you dream about?" when my children were young. We would love to pass this music on but can't find it on for sale. Any help for us?

  12. Dan P | April 10th, 2014 at 11:52 AM

    Thank you so much for performing in Great Falls last night! You were all so wonderful and we had a great time. A special thank you for the little private impromptu jam you guys did for my son Christian, my friend Don and I after the show. You are my new favorite Bluegrass band and I'm telling all my friends. You must come back soon!

  13. Dennis Hollenbeck | April 1st, 2014 at 9:07 PM

    Dear Kathy, Your new CD is out but not listed on your website! Please update your website. Anyway I have Just received your new CD from CD Baby. LOVED IT! Enjoyed the stories songs! It is like listening to stories in a book, only this have great music and your great singing, telling the stories of good and bad times. Of good and not so good people! I loved the CD case, and wow, the cover itself tells a story! You are a wonderful storyteller in songs. And YES! Your Band is the best! Thank you all for a great CD!

  14. Paul Chad | March 22nd, 2014 at 12:40 PM

    Dear Kathy, We were lucky enough to see you at Mighty Fine Guitars in Lafayette last night. Being recent transplants from Hawaii we hadn't had had a chance before. Love your voice and the wonderful harmonies with the band. Look foreword to seeing you in Grass Valley in June. Aloha & a hui Hou, Sincerely, Paul & Norma

  15. Jim | March 16th, 2014 at 8:22 PM

    Thanks for your great workshop at Wintergrass! Your respect and empathy for each other is a powerful lesson to the rest of us. The music was very inspiring.

  16. Jimmy K. Bigelow | December 19th, 2013 at 5:24 PM

    Kathy Kallick, Thank you for your time, effort--and especially for your music--which you and your friends gave in the benefit concert for Sarah Elizabeth Campbell. Your graciousness and heart-felt words carried me back across the river to my small home in Murphys, with joy. You are appreciated. Sincerely, Jimmy K. Bigelow

  17. notbob | September 12th, 2013 at 2:42 PM

    That's it!! I had that song on a cassette after seeing GOP at the Strawberry BGF Wore it plum out. Sorry I missed your reunion at F&S. Moved to CO 5 yrs ago. Can one still get a CD with the GOP version? Thank you. ;)

  18. Pat M | June 8th, 2013 at 4:59 PM

    I remember being at Grass Valley with my new born son and wife on father's day, about 30 years ago. You and the rest of the Good Ol' Persons performed Center of the World. I was wished Happy Father's day, maybe at end of this song. but we were all there then, at that place 29 or 30 years ago. Thanks, Pat

  19. Wilma DeVito | April 8th, 2013 at 7:08 PM

    Hi Kathy: I saw you years ago in Vancouver, B.C. and have your CD's and also with the Good ol persons. You are the best! I am so happy that you have been recognized finally in the Bluegrass Unlimited for April, 2013. I am just reading about you. Friends in Bluegrass, Wilma DeVito.

  20. John Patrick Murphy III | March 25th, 2013 at 4:37 AM

    I have a 3 year old grandson and a daughter who has 2 on board (a double wide she calls herself) so of course we must Buy "what do you dream of at night" I have already ruined my grandson Sam's life by introducing him to the evil world of bluegrass and forcing him to ponder the question "why does Grumpa play a guitar with a hubcap in the middle of it. He loves your records and tolerates my Dobro playing. He thinks the title "use your napkin not your mom" is pretty funny. So we must have both these cd's let me know how.

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