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NASHVILLE, TENN. - Singer/songwriter and actor (Wendla in The Broadway revival of “Spring Awakening”) Katie Boeck has released her third single “Calico (Lonely Love)” today.

A “jazz-folk feel that we can find with Joni Mitchell” (-Americana UK) it expresses how lonely and isolated we can feel in such a hyperconnected world –dm’s, texts, stories, no one just picks up the phone anymore. “This became my personal anthem of freedom and empowerment when I finally came to the realization that my worth didn’t come from being chosen or seen, but from choosing and seeing myself,” says Katie.

The single was preceded by “Over Again,” that has been described as “smoldering” (- Atwood Magazine), “sultry” ( -The Honey Pop) and “.. a siren’s song of enchantment.” (- Music Mecca). And most recently, “Bittersweet” that Folk N Rock calls “…a stunning showcase of Katie’s incredible vocals and her ability to imbue her music with a deep sense of emotion and authenticity.”

All three singles are on her forthcoming album Calico, due 4/28/23. Co-written and co-produced with Dustin Ransom, Calico captures the arc of maturing relationships—from naïveté and illusion to self-love and sovereignty. It’s an album about modern love and the longing that still tugs beneath the promise of our hyper-connected culture. These are songs about life taking unexpected courses and stories of love just out-of-reach.


Katie Boeck’s (pronounced Bōke) career has been wildly varied. After graduating UCLA's Theater program, she spent her early twenties playing every Westside LA dive bar and coffeehouse, living on Lookout Mountain and soaking in that Laurel Canyon sound. She landed a spot in an all-women Bollywood band that took her on a surreal six-month “Eat, Pray, Love-esque” tour of India, playing everything from farm weddings to the Indian Navy’s annual gala. Afterwards, Boeck found herself back in LA with reverse culture shock, her old Chevy Caprice Classic and a heartbreak from a recent Spanish romance. She wove these experiences into the songs that appear on her debut album, Speaking of You.

Boeck then moved to New York to star the TONY nominated Broadway revival Spring Awakening, where she shared the lead role of Wendla with deaf actress Sandra Mae Frank. The play’s success led to appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and feature with Katie and Sandra Mae Frank on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. Of her performance in “Spring Awakening”, The New York Times declared, “Boeck sings with a plaintive passion.”

Her muses, modern and ancient. Her power, higher and worldly. Boeck doesn’t just revel in these contradictions—she weaves them together on her forthcoming album, Calico due April 28, 2023.

“OVER AGAIN” (out now)

“BITTERSWEET” (out now)


MAY 12 / LOS ANGELES, CA @ The Hotel Cafe


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