Kathryn F. Hoxie, known throughout the music world as KFHox, is a singer and songwriter originally hailing from East Greenwich, Rhode Island, eventually making her way to New York. She is a regular on the New York City live music circuit since she first touched the scene in 2009. She’s recorded at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studios and House of Hits in Kingston, Jamaica. KFHox has also recorded in the likes of Dee Town Studio, Ruff Ryders, and performed everywhere from The Cutting Room, Webster Hall, The Bitter End, Village Underground, and SOB’s, as well as making her debut at 2016’s SXSW in Austin, Texas on the DigiWaxx stage at Maggie Mae’s & again in 2017 Clearport ATX, where she opened for Grammy-award winning Morgan Heritage. When not performing, she is an avid writer constantly working on a growing catalogue of music. In the spring of 2016, she had the soft launch of her “kfhox” brand, which will be developing fully by the fall 2017. She most recently released a self-illustrated children’s book based on her song, “Screaming to be Free,” which is going live on Amazon.com in May 2017. Kfhox released her first full length album, “Journey of a GemInEye” in August 2015 and is currently working on her next project, an EP entitled, “Soul Has No Color.” Kfhox made her way to the 59th Annual Grammy Awards this year, with her song, “Daydream” making it onto the first round ballot for “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Solo Performance.” Visit kfhox.com for more info.