From the city that keeps America driving, Bernadette Kathryn is a fresh and exciting addition to Detroit’s storied history of musical talent. While Bernadette is immersed in the world of contemporary young country, she draws on the Motor City’s long tradition of great music, from Motown to rock & roll. In a cookie-cutter world of sound-alike singers, Bernadette Kathryn is truly Detroit’s Country Rebel.
Bernadette Kathryn is proud to be a Nashville recording artist, and she can be heard on the MC1 Nashville label, marketed and distributed internationally by Sony Music-The Orchard.
Bernadette Kathryn started playing Nashville honky tonks during CMA Fest when she was 13 years old, but it was her appearance on the Grand Ole Opry Stage when she was only 17 that first drew the attention of industry influencers. At an age when most singers are still fawning over their musical heroes, she nailed her debut at The Opry, and recording contracts and high-profile shows followed. Now, of course, being a veteran to the industry Bernadette Kathryn continues to dazzle audiences from Nashville to the Midwest with her one-of-a-kind act that promoters and venue owners who value a crowd-friendly, engaging approach to modern country know that Bernadette is the sort of easily marketed talent that keeps audiences clamoring for more
In 2014, following her early success in Nashville, Bernadette Kathryn created the The Lonely Days Band. In the years since then they’ve become the Midwest’s sharpest practitioners of rock’n country, from traditional to contemporary. Their sound is a mix of classic rock, southern rock and modern country, spiced up with a healthy dose of classic Nashville, but built on a foundation that’s uniquely Motor City.