Katie Todd

Katie Todd

Piano-centric pop. Katie Todd rocks.

Thousands of fans and three releases into her career, Katie Todd continues to shine. Having shared the stage with such music scene luminaries as Juliana Hatfield, Pete Yorn, Steve Winwood, and The Wallflowers, the Chicago Arts and Entertainment Magazine has recognized Katie Todd a breath of fresh air that the Chicago music scene has been waiting for.

Lauded by iTunes.com as one of the top buzzes in the country, Katie Todd recently claimed a spot as the website's Artist of the Week, earning over 200,000 downloads of her latest single Face Down. On her fourth and most recent release, Make Some Time For Wasting, Katie Todds captivating voice and signature percussive keys-playing are showcased alongside Travis Dow on guitar, Evan Cantor on bass, and Mark Cameron on drums.

Katie Todd began playing the piano at the age of 5. After graduating from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, Katie began experimenting with rock music and formed her first band at the end of 2001. That powerfully talented lineup, including Travis Dow on guitar and vocals, Mark Cameron on drums, and Evan Cantor on bass, drives the Katie Todd to create a fresh and edgy brand of pop-rock music.

Katie Todd continues to record in Chicago and perform throughout the United States.



Mumbled Speech

June 26, 2009 - In Stock
This is Katie Todd's 3rd studio CD. It features a wide array of instrumentation - piano, guitar, horns, strings and extra vocals. Katie's music has always had a maturity beyond her years, with a voice that has seen the world. Mumbled Speech combines that with a sense of playfulness that comes across as an artist grown comfortable with herself - as a musician, writer and producer. Residing... [read more]

Make Some Time For Wasting

September 19, 2005 - In Stock
Brilliant vocals and production. This is vibrant, uplifting music. Katie's voice and songwriting are at the forefront. Her piano playing is simple but melodically powerful. The band keeps the energy simmering throughout. All in all, a great followup to Changing Faces. This is a 'must have' for fans of great sounding pop music.

Changing Faces

March 20, 2002 - In Stock
Katie Todd's debut album. Katie Todd sets out to impress with a set of smoldering piano based rock songs anchored by her unique voice and powerful lyrics. How can you go wrong with and album that opens with, "To deviate from the social standard..."