Kathy Peak’s singing career started six years ago during the Winter in the Desert of Southern California. She immediately became a hit with the RV crowd with her mezzo-soprano voice singing in church services, variety and talent shows. Her repertoire includes the National Anthem, Patriotic Songs, Standards, Big Band, Broadway and Musicals, Sacred Hymns and popular Gospel songs. Her voice range allows much versatility in choice of music. Each concert is unique and different with special songs selected for her audience.
Kathy grew up in Central California on a dairy. She has been a missionary, teacher and homemaker. For over thirty-five years she has performed the national anthem at local, regional, state, national and international venues.
She was guest soloist for the 2006 Labor Day Sunday service at Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center in Northern California and has appeared in the talent show with the Mid-Winter Bible Conference in Indio, CA.
She has been featured with the WBCCI Airstream band singing songs from “Mary Poppins”, “Cats”, and “Atonement” and in a special showcase concert at the 2007 Airstream International Rally in Perry, GA in July. She returned in Oct. to perform the National Anthem, the Lord’s Prayer and a concert for the ladies luncheon at the 2007 Blue Bird Custom Coaches 20th Rally in the Valley.
Her only formal instruction has come while attending the Steve Hurst School of Music first in Nashville and now at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. Her teachers are members of some of the leading Southern Gospel groups in America and gave high praise for her quality, timing, and deliverance.
Her first two CD’s titled “Unforgettable” featuring the Standards of the 50’s and Show Tunes and her Gospel and Hymn album, “I’d Rather Have Jesus” have been warmly received. Just recently she released her third CD, “God Will Make A Way,” featuring old Gospel songs and new Southern Gospel songs.
Kathy is currently on a nation-wide tour performing for audiences at RV parks, rallies, churches, Christian groups, senior communities, assisted living and rest homes. She is getting to be known as the “Lady Crooner.”