La CAT, shaman songstress Before singers become stars, the influence of their music is caught early by enthusiastic audiences who recognize something special when they hear it. Meet singer/songwriter, La Cat, dubbed by her fans as ' the shaman songstress'. La Cat's music appeals to fans of Reggae, World, Jazz, and R&B, but is more like a unique blend of Native American-meets-Caribbean mysticism. She is a dynamic lead vocalist, percussionist and dancer. La Cat's sultry smooth vocals is often compared to Sade and she is deeply influenced by soulful legends like Bob Marley and Aretha Franklin. La Cat loves listening to everything from African, pop, Jazz, Latin and New Age music. La Cat believes that music is deeply connected to 'other world' spiritual elements. 'I was raised around the California coastline, and I know I can hear and feel things from other dimensions, especially nature,' she purrs reflectively, her bronze eyes sparkling. 'Sometimes I feel I'm a spirit from a faraway past like Lemuria, who's creating my art in this world.' Radiating as an undefined spiritual being La Cat shares her music as an inspiration for others to feel their inner self. She believes this is a part of our true nature. Captured in a trance, La Cat's voice and sensual dance moves tell the stories in her songs. Consistently, She writes and performs meaningful subjects that have positive messages. In the title song of her latest C.D. 'Unconditional Love', La Cat softly persuades the listener to take a second look at the conditions in relationships. She encourages unconditional love because she feels it is our birthright. La Cat's song,'We Will Unite', adds flavor and contrast to her C.D. She belts out the need to overcome the illusions of segregation, created by colonization in the world. Knowing our complete history awakens necessary truths. In this world of hyper speed, quick change and corporate dominants it is refreshing to be reminded by La Cat of our inner element. If you ask her what she does during her time off, she'll say, 'you'll find me on my 'SeaCat' surfboard catching some waves and drawing pictures in the wet sand near the shore. I like watching the tide melt the images back to the ocean. It's my way of giving thanks to our mother earth and my life'.